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Effective Strategies in Managing Diabetes

Effective Strategies in Managing Diabetes

The prevalence of diabetes is rising dramatically worldwide, and it has become one of the most common systemic and chronic diseases. It is also ranked as the seventh leading cause of death in the US, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). People of all ages can develop it, and without proper diabetes management, it increases the risk of dangerous complications.

Although the exact cause is still unknown, certain factors like genetics, environment, and preexisting medical conditions increase the risk of developing diabetes. As a reliable care provider of home health in Wichita, Kansas, our team of highly qualified professionals here in Providence Home Health and Hospice LLC can be a trusted partner in managing diabetes.

  • Glucose Monitoring

    Monitoring blood sugar levels is vital for effective diabetes management and helps prevent the more damaging complications of diabetes. We conduct regular blood sugar testing to keep track of the levels and make appropriate choices on how to better manage the condition.

  • Diabetic Diet Teaching

    Blood sugar level rises or falls based on the types of foods you eat. Thus, as part of the services offered in our home health & hospice in Kansas, diabetic diet teaching helps patients make healthy eating choices. In coordination with a nutritionist/dietician, we can design and implement an individualized diabetes meal plan for you.

  • Diabetic Foot Care

    Diabetes can lead to serious foot problems. That is why proper diabetic foot care should be practiced. By doing so, you help prevent the risk of common foot problems, like athlete’s foot, diabetic ulcers, blisters, and more, and treat them before they cause serious complications.

Together, we can successfully manage diabetes! Contact us for diabetic management and hospice care services.

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