Diabetic Educator Overview

Diabetes can severely affect your quality of life, depending on how it is managed. Chances are that either you, or someone you know is affected by diabetes. It can be hereditary, or induced by certain lifestyles. When the body cannot correctly use or produce insulin (the hormone which regulates blood sugar), patients are diagnosed with diabetes. This is a chronic illness that needs to be managed to prevent damage to major organs and overall functionality of the human body. Properly managing blood sugar can prevent these types of complications and help you live a normal life.

Prevention, Prevention, Prevention!

Diabetes can be hereditary; in these cases, it can be prevented, or managed at the early stages to minimize the impact on your life. Our team will help educate you on how to live a balanced, healthy lifestyle that will minimize the risk of diabetes for those who are more susceptible to it. We can coach and guide you through the process and help you adjust in all stages of your life, no matter what they may be.

It is likely that you, or someone you know is affected by diabetes.

How Diabetes Affects Your Everyday Life

When managed, diabetes can be treated and worked with to prevent any progression and major issues. However, in order to do this the patient must be educated and monitored. Regulating diet, physical activity and lifestyle can be difficult to do when you are trying to do it on your own. At The Queen Clinic, we will help you get on track and stay on track in order to lead a more stable and functional life. As well, we will find a way to incorporate diabetes management into your lifestyle in a way that is easy and comfortable for you. Everyone is different, which is something we value very highly at our clinic; we want to maintain your individuality and a lifestyle that works for you as much as possible.