Specializing In Diabetes And Other Endocrine Disorders
Our Physicians Provide Preventative Care
PRINE Endocrinology has been created to bring well-established Endocrinologists to continue to provide superb, comprehensive care to their diverse Endocrinology.
patients as we expand services collaboratively to better meet the needs of our kidney patient population, particularly those with diabetic kidney disease.
By including a diabetes education program in an endocrinology practice environment, our patients are provided access to a wide array of resources essential to the optimal management of their diabetes. Designated and experienced staff lead classes and help improve the quality of life of an individual with diabetes.
Help You Improve The Quality Of Life Of An Individual With Diabetes
Designated and experienced staff lead classes and help improve the quality of life of an individual with diabetes. program consists of 7 group classes designed to answer questions about Diabetes, as well as about one’s role in maintaining good control of their blood sugars.
Our education program begins with an initial assessment and ends with a follow-up session to evaluate how well the class participants did in attaining their goals.
The classes offer information and support, with opportunities for group discussion. All patients with Diabetes, whether Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational, as well as their family members, are invited to participate.
Class Sessions Consist Of The Following
Our diabetes management and education resources stress the importance of providing a bridge between diet theory to dietary behavior. We feel that no diet can be accurately summarized; it must be individualized. Each patient in the program receives a nutrition assessment which involves:
Our staff provides individualized medical nutritional therapy
Our staff provides individualized medical nutritional therapy and counseling and conducts group seminars for adult men and women with specific needs, including diabetes or hypertension.
These sessions cover a wide variety of topics including medical nutrition therapy, normal nutrition, nutrition during pregnancy, dietary needs of patients with diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disease, obesity, eating disorders, renal disease or hypertension, strategies for dining out, food preparation, and how to read food labels.