Just so you have and idea, here’s a list of some of the modifications made to I.P.T. since its beginning: 1. Difference in Substances and Delivery Methods since 1930. 2. Knowing how to combine medications and dosage for each health problem, for best results, with less amount of toxicity. 3. Time frame of delivery of substances (very Important). 4. New Method of calculating the amount of Insulin for each patient. 5. New methods in controlling the effects of hypoglycemia. 6. Revised Parameters in the blood levels of glucose. 7. The amount of sugary substances the patient ingests in the post recuperation part of the procedure, to bring normal levels of glucose in the blood. 8. Reduction in the adrenergic effect, caused by the release of adrenalin as a response to lower sugar levels in the blood induced by insulin as well as the metabolic changes.
1) Patient Care and Procedural Skills.
It’s not an easy thing. Many doctors and associations don’t want to do the hard work and skip this important part, which is Official Certification. Please be aware of this situation, be sure and check the official list of Certified IPT/IPTLD Doctors, trained and endorsed by Dr. Donato Pérez García. Our concern, as the IPT Medical Team and Donato Perez Garcia, MD. is always your safety and well-being. This treatment option is for you the patient; to benefit from years of anecdotal research and development so you can heal, continue having a good quality of life to do the things you love in life. It is my responsibility to make sure you are in good hands when undergoing my treatment, which is why this “I.P.T. Certified-M.D. Awareness Week” is so important. If you’ve made the choice of IPT, choose your doctor wisely and carefully.
Where can I find the list of Certified and Endorsed I.P.T. Physicians?
2. You can click on the Link: http://findaniptldphysician.blogspot.mx/
3. You can contact the IPT Medical Team of Donato Perez Garcia via: Phone: U.S. (619)-798-8017 MEX (664)-635-1834/64 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: donatopg3 Social Networks: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+Pages, Pinterest, Foursquare and LinkedIN.
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