- Initial Prognosis
- Intake Date
- Oct 29, 2015
- Duration of Illness
- 1 Years
- Vancouver, BC
- High Blood Pressure 8 years, light headed, vertigo
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 10.8 and post treatment was 10.1.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 14.0 and post treatment was 12.5.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 12.3 and post treatment was 10.9.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 10.3 and post treatment was 9.9.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 12.5 and post treatment was 10.9.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 8.9 and post treatment was 8.9.
Said her feet feel very light and have no pain. Pre-treatment blood sugar was 8.3 and post treatment was 8.1.
Feet are feeling better, but pain in shins has not changed. Pre-treatment blood sugar was 9.9 and post treatment was 8.8.
Pre-treatment blood sugar was 11.7 and post treatment was 10.0.
This subjects pre-treatment sugar was 6.9 and post treatment 7.4 After this 8 hour shift the subject remarked that her leg pain was a level 4
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 10.7 and post treatment 11.9. An increase of 1.2 mmol. The subject mentioned that when she works long hours she experience pain of about a level 3.
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 9.8 and post-treatment 9.3. A reduction of 0.5 mmol.
This subject’s pre treatment sugar was 7.7 and post treatment level read 7.9. The subject had one poached egg and one slice of bread with peanut butter and jam prior to treatment.
This subject’s pre treatment sugar was 7.9 with a post treatment reading of 7.2 indicating a reduction of 0.7 mmol.
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 9.2 and post-treatment was 9. Breakfast prior to coming for the treatment was a banana, cashews, sunflower seeds (3/4 cup).
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 7.4 and post-treatment sugar was 7.9. An increase of 0.5 mmol
Breakfast prior to treatment: 1 bread, cheese, ½ avocado, 2 coffee and 2 cream.
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 9.7 and post-treatment sugar was 9.9. An increase of 0.2 mmol
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 6.7 and post-treatment sugar was 6.7. No Change. Breakfast prior to coming for the treatment; 1 poached egg, 2 coffee with milk. Has been feeling numbness and tightness in her fingers.
This subject’s last visit was Dec. 15th 2015. She called and asked If she can return for treatments.
This subject’s pre-treatment sugar was 7.8 and post-treatment was 6.9.
This subject has not been back for treatments since the holidays. However her associate that is part of the observation study and works with her said that she told her that her sugar was now high and that she would have to make an appointment to come back to continue her treatments.
This Subject’s pre-treatment blood sugar test was 7.7 and post-treatment was 9.2. She believes that the treatments work so well that she can now indulge herself with more of what she enjoys eating, including sweets. Her blood fasting yesterday was 6.1
Today her pre-treatment blood sugar test was 7.7 and post-treatment was 7.2; a reduction in sugar of .5 after 20 minute treatment. She had a big breakfast just prior to treatment so the range of 7 for a pre-diabetic without medication reflects this sugar range.
This Subject is a registered nurse and interested in any help she can find to prevent being put on medication to control her diabetes.