NYC’s First Diabetes Relief Center Opening Next Week

Diabetes Relief Center Director of Clinical Operations, Jordis Smith, LPN, goes over the treatment with local Bronx residents at one of several information sessions held.

This coming Tuesday, November 14th on World Diabetes Day, New York City’s first Diabetes Relief Center will open its doors to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony open to the public beginning at 10:30AM.

Earlier this summer we reported that Diabetes Relief Center would provide a new type of treatment for people who suffer from the disease as the first of its kind center in the entire Northeast region.

The treatment, which according to Trina Diabetes Relief Centers, “…mimics effect that normal pancreas has on liver…”, is administered intravenously in their clinical centers and delivers micro pulses of insulin.


Unlike traditional insulin treatment which simply treats glucose, this treatment affects nerve endings, the brain, retinas, liver, kidneys and according to research has been shown to halt or even reverse serious complications from advanced diabetes according to Diabetes Relief Center.

To learn more about Diabetes Relief Center, check out their website or call 866-224-4662 to make an appointment.

Diabetes Relief Center is located at 2825 Third Avenue, Suite 200, at The Hub Medical Center between 148th and 149th Street and all are invited to the grand opening on Tuesday.



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