Diabetes Management Specialist in Hallandale Beach, FL

Diabetes Management Specialist in Hallandale Beach, FL

Our diabetes doctor at Personal Physician Care offers comprehensive diabetes management. For more information, call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Hallandale Beach, FL and surrounding areas.

Diabetes Management Specialist Near Me in Hallandale Beach FL
Diabetes Management Specialist Near Me in Hallandale Beach FL

Table of Contents:

What is diabetes care management?
How can diabetes be cured permanently?
What are the ways to manage diabetes?
What is normal blood sugar by age?

Personal Physician Care provides many urgent and primary services in Hallandale Beach, FL and is proud to provide accessible, high-quality health care. We offer many treatments for conditions such as high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, respiratory infections, chronic fatigue, and much more. We believe that each one of our patients deserves to be treated with respect, compassion, and evidence-based treatment plans.

One of the most common chronic conditions treated at Personal Physician Care is diabetes. Continue reading to learn more about how our diabetes management specialist in Hallandale Beach, FL, can help you manage your diabetes! Below we’ve provided answers to some of our most commonly asked questions about diabetes including What is diabetes cure management? How can diabetes be cured permanently? What are the ways to manage diabetes? What is normal blood sugar by age?

What is diabetes care management?


The primary goal of diabetes care management is to improve your quality of life and prevent your condition from getting worse. Diabetes can be a complicated condition to manage which is why having a reliable diabetes specialist to help you throughout your health journey is a great benefit. It is essential for patients with diabetes to keep their blood glucose levels at a normal level. This can reduce the likelihood of developing a life-changing complications such as heart disease, amputations, blindness, nerve damage, and kidney failure.

How can diabetes be cured permanently?


Unfortunately, both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes cannot be cured permanently. That being said, your glucose levels can potentially return to a non-diabetic range with the right care. One of the best ways to encourage better glucose levels is learning how to properly take care of your body. By eating well and exercising daily, your glucose can be lower significantly. Type 1 diabetes requires regular insulin injections, blood sugar level checks, regular physical activity, and a balanced diet. People with type 1 diabetes will need insulin treatment for the rest of their lives to prevent diabetic ketoacidosis.

What are the ways to manage diabetes?


If you have diabetes, your primary care physician will work with you and a team of specialists to help manage your diabetes. A combination of medications and lifestyle changes will help to manage your diabetes and lower your blood glucose levels. The most effective ways to manage diabetes include:

1. Regular visits to your diabetes management specialist
2. Daily exercise, we recommend you work with a specialized personal trainer
3. Regularly checking your blood sugar levels, especially before and after meals
4. Staying hydrated throughout the day
5. Working with a nutritionist to learn how to properly eat with your condition
6. Taking medications such as metformin as required
7. For type 1 diabetes, regular insulin injections

What is normal blood sugar by age?


Ages 5 and Below
From the ages of 5 and below, normal blood sugar should be in the 100-180 mg/dL range before a meal, 180 mg/dL or below 1-2 hours after eating, and 110-200 mg/dL around bedtime.
 
Ages 6-22
From the ages of 6 to 12, normal blood sugar should be in the 90-180 mg/dL range before a meal, up to 140 mg/dL 1-2 hours after eating, and 100-180 mg/dL around bedtime.
 
Ages 13-19
From the ages of 13 to 19, normal blood sugar should be in the 90-130 mg/dL range before a meal, up to 140 mg/dL 1-2 hours after eating, and 90-150 mg/dL around bedtime.
 
Ages 20+
From the ages of 20 and above, normal blood sugar should be in the 70-130 mg/dL range before a meal, less than 180 mg/dL 1-2 hours after eating, and 100-140 mg/dL around bedtime.
 
For additional information about this condition and how our diabetes management specialist can help manage your symptoms, please schedule a consultation appointment at Personal Physician Care. Our team of experts would love to help you manage your chronic condition and ensure you stay as healthy as possible. If you have any more questions about our clinic or about our diabetes management specialists in Hallandale Beach, FL, contact our helpful reception during our business hours. Primary Physician Care looks forward to your visit soon! We serve patients from Hallandale Beach FL, Hollywood FL, Aventura FL, Andover FL, Ives Estates FL and surrounding areas.

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