Diabetes Treatment. Reimagined

Diabetes is a growing global problem. Our revolutionary diabetic IV therapy reduces insulin resistance, increases glucose uptake, and promotes energy conversion. The therapy shows promising results in eliminating complications, lowering HbA1c levels, and reducing medication dependency. It is beneficial not only for diabetes patients but also for those with metabolic diseases. Call 928-243-0348

Feeling like your diabetes care is incomplete?

Traditional care has primarily focused on managing blood sugar levels with medication, inconvenient insulin shots, or pumps. However these approaches do not address the root cause of diabetes which is metabolic failure.

The Future is here

Our Focused insulin therapy allows us to get to the root of diabetes. Through a specialized IV therapy we observe improved physiology of both your pancreas and insulin receptors.

What Our Patients Experience and Say:

“Every single person working there, is there for the benefit of the patient, appreciates the patients, and works diligently to provide them with the very best care.”
Stephen K.
FIT Patient

Getting to the Root Cause of:

There is Hope

FIT Succeeds Where Other Treatment Methods Fail.

How does the process work?
Every patient’s degree of insulin resistance and ability to metabolize carbohydrates is unique, so we begin with a consultation to determine medical necessity and establish an individualized care plan. The patient’s unique care plan typically includes an “Induction Phase” of weekly infusions, which is then reduced in frequency as improvements are realized for approximately 90 days.

What Causes Diabetes?

The Root Cause of Diabetic Complications

Diabetes is a growing global problem that is currently on the rise. Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a chronic condition that results from aberrant B-cell function coupled with progressive insulin resistance. The majority of Type 2 diabetic patients develop diabetic neuropathy, which can lead to devastating complications (i.e., infection, ulceration, osteomyelitis, & amputation). The proinflammatory state of diabetes, along with prolonged hyperglycemia, damages peripheral nerves (most common in the lower extremities).

Additionally, compromised wound healing exacerbates the risk when skin breakdown occurs in the diabetic population. To overcome these risks for T2D, Functional Insulin Therapy (FIT) has been used as a novel protocol to treat patients with severe neuropathy symptoms. In our case study, we present two patients who initially experienced a loss of sensation in their extremities and decreased wound healing. Using FIT treatment, we demonstrate that both patients experienced neuropathy reversal and improved wound healing.


of Diabetics Have Neuropathy Pain

88 Million+

Americans Are Pre-Diabetic

10% of Total Medical Cost in USA.

Diabetes and the associated complications affect over 34 million Americans, and an additional 88 million Americans are prediabetic. In 2019, diabetes caused $476 billion in health care expenditures, which represented 10% of the total medical costs for adults in America. Traditional treatment has primarily focused on changes in lifestyle and the management of symptoms; neither approach addresses the root cause of diabetes, metabolic failure.

How Diabetic IV Therapy Works

We specialize in a Functional Insulin Therapy (FIT) protocol that addresses the root cause of diabetes – metabolic failure. the TRUE diabetes protocol has been shown to drastically improve kidney function, reduce neuropathy pain, increase energy levels, and reduce A1C levels.

The treatment is designed to reduce insulin resistance, which is the primary cause of type 2 diabetes and other metabolic disorders.

Reduce Insulin Resistance
Increases the Amount of Blood Sugar Entering the Cell
Increases the Conversion of Sugar Into Energy

Treatment has been shown to:

Eliminate or Significantly Improve Neuropathy 95%
Improve at Least One Diabetic Complication 76%
Reduce Reported HbA1c 63%
Reduce the Need for Medication 41%

(Schull Institute Study Insulin Infusion Therapy on Diabetic Complications (Oct 27, 2015))

What to Expect

Typical consultations take 60-90 minutes. You may be asked to come prepared for blood work if your latest blood work is not up to date.

Each treatment is preformed by our dedicated diabetic IV provider and lasts anywhere from 2-4 hours.

Find A Location Near You

TRUE Diabetes Neuropathy & Wound Solutions

Show Low

5171 S. Cub Lake Rd., Suite 330

Show Low, AZ 85901


4828 S. ValVista Dr.

Gilbert, AZ 85298

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