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  • Kim Findlay


It is important that when you see you GP that they explain as best they can the importance of lifestyle modifications. If you feel like you need more advice or guidance, you can see a Diabetes Educator to assist with measuring glucose levels and provide advice on how to best manage your disease. But to get optimal results and care, it is important for you to discuss with your GP to obtain a referral to see an Exercise Physiologist who can discuss the lifestyle modifications you can make in your life to reduce your glucose levels and help you manage independently, and in some cases no longer take medication. Further, you should have a yearly check up with a Podiatrist to ensure your feet are not affected by peripheral neuropathy. And if you feel that your diet is just too hard to control and need more guidance, than a referral to a Dietitian can also be obtained.

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