The diabetic program is designed to help patients learn to manage their disease. Whether a newly diagnosed diabetic or an old pro, patients can benefit from our program through education in the latest breakthroughs in diabetes management.
Diabetes is serious, but through education, diet and medication, diabetes can be controlled. Classes are held at Graham Regional by physician referral on an outpatient basis.
Type 1 Diabetes is a disease in which the pancreas produces too little insulin to meet the body’s needs. It has symptoms that develop over a short amount of time and include such symptoms such as:
If you have one or more of these symptoms, check with your physician about testing for diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes is the most common type of diabetes with obesity being the main cause. Symptoms of Type 2 diabetes develop slowly over time & are not as noticeable as in Type I Diabetes. In addition to the symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes, you may experience:
One in every three people has diabetes and does not know it. Ask your doctor if you suspect you could have this disease. Graham Regional Diabetes Clinic will be here to help you take control.
For more information call (940) 521-5250 or leave a message, Director of Diabetic Clinic, will return your call.