Diabetes - A New Approach to an Old Problem

Welcome to Diabetic Health and Wellness

Diabetes has affected people for thousands of years; this widely misunderstood and debilitating disease causes many people to feel overwhelmed by the relentless symptoms, which can include chronic pain, fatigue, weight gain, blurred vision, headaches, brain fog, frequent urination, limited wound healing ability, and more. Often, this can lead to diabetes burnout for patients and their families.

Even with the best efforts of patients and their physicians, patients can experience metabolic failure due to the long-term destruction that the Diabetes disease process can cause.

While there is NO cure for Diabetes, we offer a better way to help mitigate the complications and comorbidities that Diabetes can cause.

Diabetic Health and Wellness is proud to offer inSolutions (insulin solutions), Wound Care, and Vein Therapy as part of our overall individualized wellness plans.

What is inSolutions?

It is a revolutionary treatment that addresses the chief cause of metabolic disorders instead of just suppressing the symptoms by using insulin as a hormone rather than a drug. By mimicking your body’s natural process, studies have shown that patients experienced:

95% Substantial Improvement or Elimination in Neuropathy
76% Improvement in at Least One Diabetic Symptom
63% Reported HbA1c Reduction
41% Decreased Need for at Least One Medication
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Hormone vs. Drug

Hormone vs. Drug

Why Delivery Matters

Symptom Suppression (Drug)

Since 1922, insulin has been used as a ``drug`` to treat high blood sugar symptoms.
Insulin Resistance is the outcome. (Insulin receptors are eliminated by constant insulin exposure.)

Communication Signaling (Hormone)

The proprietary program of the infusion pump enables medical professionals to carefully administer insulin in a way that behaves just as a healthy glucose metabolism would within your body. The outcome is that the blood sugar is used for energy instead of being stored as fat. (If fat is used for energy, it causes inflammation.)

The Result

This treatment method is unique because it uses insulin as a hormone (communication signaling) instead of medicine (symptom suppression). An FDA-approved portable pump is used to carefully provide fast-acting insulin through an IV as part of the treatment.

How Does Insulin Resistance Occur?

Insulin is released from the pancreas in a natural continuous cycle. Insulin spikes are regulated by a natural response within the body which activates a neural network (a group of connected neurons) within the pancreas to connect beta cells (responsible for making insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels).

Pancreatic inflammation is caused by trauma (auto-immune issues, toxins, stress, obesity, etc.) This disturbs natural insulin patterns within the pancreas. When this natural insulin pattern is disturbed, hyperglycemia (too much sugar in the blood) is the outcome; insulin produced by the pancreas becomes unbalanced, and the loss of troughs causes the amount of insulin in your blood to be higher than what’s considered normal (hyperinsulinemia.)

Insulin receptors are poisoned by hyperinsulinemia, which causes them to downregulate and refract, while unopposed glucagon (a hormone that your pancreas makes to help regulate your blood sugar) levels lower the production of the receptors.

Poor receptor function is the most obvious sign of insulin resistance and eventually leads to metabolic disorders. The type of metabolic disorder is determined by genetics and differential receptor dysfunction. This chain of events determines presenting symptoms which most often cause diabetes and other metabolic diseases.

By bio-mimicking, the healthy pancreatic pathway, peripheral precision administration of physiologic insulin through an IV (also known as Physiologic Insulin Resensitization [PIR]) replenishes these lost signals to re-sensitize receptors to insulin. Receptors increase their regulation ability in response to the rhythm of random physiological insulin, which gradually restores the ability to absorb carbohydrates while decreasing inflammation caused by fat metabolism.


If hyperglycemia is present, the binding of insulin to receptors makes it easier for glucose to enter cells and relieve it. Once inside the cell, glucose is quickly processed (metabolized) through the TCA cycle and other pathways to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate), also known as cellular energy. Energy-starved tissues can grow and heal as cellular energy from glucose metabolism becomes more easily available. For instance, neural tissues are highly sensitive to loss of energy from the metabolism of carbohydrates.

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How Can I Become a Patient?



Consultations generally take 60-90 minutes to review your medical history, provide an explanation of the process, and answer any questions that you may have.


Qualifying Exam and Lab Work

During this stage, we will conduct a qualifying examination and obtain any necessary lab work in the event that your labs are not up to date.


Treatment Plan Determination

If you are approved for treatment, your clinician will create your individualized infusion plan based on your current health status and lab results.


Treatment Begins

Initial treatments can be as long as 3 hours and then decrease in duration and frequency over about a six-week period. The typical maintenance schedule for infusions during the maintenance phase is two hours every four to six weeks.

What is the Typical Treatment Plan?

Since each patient has a different level of insulin resistance and a different ability to absorb carbohydrates, we start with a consultation to identify your medical needs and create a physician-directed, personalized care plan.

Induction Phase

The patient’s unique care plan includes an “Induction Phase” of weekly infusions. Visits typically start with three hours, and patients are free to move around during the process (read, work, watch TV, etc.) This phase usually lasts for 90 days.

Maintenance Phase

As patients improve, the frequency and duration of infusions are reduced. Next, the “Maintenance Phase” finds the balance between developing an optimized metabolism and maximizing the time between treatments. A two-hour visit about every four to six weeks is common.

How Do Patients Feel After Treatment?

Patients have reported a number of improvements, including:

  • Neuropathy Symptoms Improved
  • Blood Pressure Reduced
  • Increased Energy
  • Weight Controlled
  • Erectile Function Improved
  • Medications Reduced
  • Blood Sugar Controlled
  • Mood Improved
  • Sleep Improved
  • Hair and Nail Growth
  • Dementia Symptoms Improved
  • Retinopathy Decreased
  • Quicker Stroke Recovery Time
  • Fatty Liver Reduced
  • Wounds Healed

Frequently Asked Questions

Get the Facts on Diabetes

Did you know that according to the CDC, Diabetes is the most expensive chronic condition in our nation? In fact, $1 out of every $4 in US health care costs is spent on caring for people with diabetes. $237 billion is spent each year on direct medical costs and another $90 billion on reduced productivity.

How many Americans have Diabetes?

Diabetes affects over 34 million Americans, and an additional 88 million of Americans are considered to be pre-diabetic.

What does it mean if someone is Pre-Diabetic?

Prediabetic means that you consistently have blood sugars in the high normal range but not yet high enough to be considered diabetic.

Why is Diabetes such a problem?

The complications of Diabetes include cardiovascular issues, nerve damage, kidney damage, eye damage, limb amputations, skin and mouth conditions, hearing loss, and a decline in mental acuity and function.

Is Diabetes a problem in the state of Illinois?

In the state of Illinois, over 12.5% of the population is diabetic, while an additional 341,000 are classified as pre-diabetic.

What causes Diabetes?

The exact cause of both Type 1 & 2 Diabetes is unknown. It is believed that in Type 2 diabetes cells become resistant to insulin and the pancreas is not making enough insulin to properly bring down circulating blood sugars.
inSolutions demonstrates how normal, abnormal and restored physiology looks.
inSolutions explanation of how the process works

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