12/02/14 I would like to know if there is anyone currently using Alternative Western Chinese Medicine to treat their diabetes symptoms?
I do however get TPI's - Trigger Point Injections in my Right hip & right shoulder as well as occasional acupuncture treatments for pain UN RELATED TO MY DIABETES.
I'm considering going to my local It's a school of alternative medicine. Alongside certified MD's.
Doesn't require a doctors referral or PA Prior Authorization from the insurance company.
Cost effective only $28 (per) session VS my whopping $40.00 office visit copay with health insurance & a referral from my PCP & PA from my BcBs to approve the visit.
Acupuncture School $12.00 savings per appointment & treatment. No hassle, no fuss.
So I've made up my mind to start next available classes/sessions December 29th and although I haven't began to have any of these symptoms listed below accept for my constant fatigue.
I've been reading about acupuncture as an alternative treat diabetes, it's supposed to have 20 something points that help with
*Neuropathy pain, *improving *blood flow, *circulation, *repair never damage, *stress, *controlling blood sugar levels, and suppress appetite, *digestive issues, and improve KIDNEY functioning.
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