How Can I Treat Resistant Edema From CKD

chinese treatmentsEdema is one of symptoms of chronic kidney disease. In most conditions, due to excess water ran into the space of the tissue, so patients commonly have edema in CKD. Western medicine can treat it well in a short time, but it is easy to relapse. So how can i treat resistant edema from CKD?

Due to kidney is damaged that patients will have edema. So the best way to treat resistant edema is to improve kidney function.

CKD patients have lots of toxins and excess wastes in body, and lots of cells and tissues are diseased, patients are in low kidney function. Now, the urgency treatments are:

1. Clearing away toxins and excess wastes.

2. Repairing diseased cells and tissues for improving kidney function.

3. Adjusting immune system and strength physical.

CKD patients can achieve the three ways that they can cure edema with no relapse.

Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine develops the systematic treatments for CKD patients.

Systematic treatments include: Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated bath, Foot bath, Immunotherapy, Toxins-Removing Treatments, Moxibustion, Acupuncture, Hot Compress Therapy, Circle Therapy, Steam Therapy, Cupping Therapy, etc.

Systematic treatments can achieve:

Expending blood vessels, improving blood circulations, promoting the metabolism, supplying nutrients and oxygen to damaged kidney, chinese herbal medicines can be supplied to diseased cells and tissues, so it can improve kidney function effectively and successfully.

Due to systematic treatments can achieve to clear away unwanted things, improve kidney function and rebuild kidney structures, improve immune system, so it can relieve edema with no relapse.

If you have edema in CKD that you can consult the online doctor, or please contact:

Email: kidneyhospital-china@hotmail.com 

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