Diabetes, Metabolic & PIR Program

A new approach to diabetes is finally here. You CAN control diabetes. Our therapy called PIR is cracking the code. This specialized infusion therapy approaches the cause from the inside out and reverses the side effects so many people suffer from when trying to manage the disease. We can help!

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New Answers to Diabetes Management

"As a doctor, we have been waiting for a real breakthrough in how we help people manage their diabetes. It's an extremely exciting time as we are finally here!" Dr. Frank Curvin

Benefits to the Program

This program also helps patients who experience other medical symptoms find relief.

Some of the benefits of our program:

  • Reduction of Diabetic Medication
  • Improved Blood Sugar Control
  • Overall Relief of Symptoms Caused by Diabetes
  • Neuropathy diminished
  • Energy restored
  • Better Weight control
  • Erectile function restored
  • Amputations prevented
  • Mood and sleep improved
  • Dementia mitigated
  • Alzheimer's alleviated
  • Stroke recovery accelerated
  • Fatty Liver reduced

Specialized Diabetes & Metabolic Program

Our care team is certified in providing better outcomes and ease of symptoms through a specialized Diabetes & Metabolic Program. Our advanced treatment to address metabolic failure has an amazing impact on the lives of patients with Type 1, Type 2 and pre-diabetes as well as neuropathy and hypertension.

This new FDA approved approach is supported by research and is changing the typical response of diabetes in the human body. Through this patented technique, we have consistently seen a reduction of the effects of diabetes on the body and even reverse some of the damaging parts of this disease.

The process is called Physiologic Insulin Resensitization (PIR).

Mr. Cooper Shares His PIR Success

Increased Energy, Reduced Neuropathy, Reduced Medications

"We work in collaboration with your primary medical provider to provide the best possible care." Katrina Robertson, Nurse Practitioner