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Diabetes Management Treatment Information
IU Health Primary Care physicians stay on top of your diabetes treatment through regular exams. During these exams we will address your concerns, perform routine tests and offer the following services:
- Education. Successful diabetes management is a partnership between you and your care team making education a crucial part of the care plan. IU Health Primary Care physicians help you learn how to use blood glucose monitoring equipment, manage your medications or insulin injections and prepare healthy meals to keep your blood glucose levels steady.
- Diagnosis of conditions. We diagnose conditions related to diabetes, such as foot or vision problems and assist you in getting the care you need.
- Referrals to specialists. Your primary care physician may refer you to a registered dietitian for education on eating healthy with diabetes. We may also refer you to other healthcare experts such as endocrinologists, ophthalmologists or podiatrists depending on your needs.
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Diabetes Management Support Services
Many government and nonprofit health agencies provide reliable online resources about diabetes. Visit the websites below to find more information on managing diabetes:
A Sampling of Diabetes Management Support Services
American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association website features education on living with diabetes, healthy eating, exercising safely and events in your community to raise awareness and support for diabetes.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This United States government website offers results from diabetes research, links to education resources and information on diabetes programs nationwide.
National Diabetes Education Program
This program was created through a partnership between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health. The website hosts many resources for managing diabetes in both Spanish and English.