A multidisciplinary approach to diabetes and pre-diabetes treatment

At the Glandt Center for Diabetes Care we provide professional services in a variety of relevant fields using advanced technologies. The various services will be integrated into your plan as needed.


Diabetes is an endocrine disease that involves hormones and the glands that produce and excrete them into the bloodstream. Two endocrinologists working in our Center, who specialize in the treatment of diabetes, are always at your service. These specialists will build a suitable treatment plan for you, and will be with you during the treatment.

Nutrition & Diet

Dietary changes have a profound effect when it comes to the treatment of diabetes. The clinical dietitian at our Center will build a personal nutrition program and will help you implement it.

Nurse service

The diabetes nurse is a crucial partner in the treatment plan. The nurse at our Center can hone in on the details that are critical to success. She is also at the forefront of technology and gadgets that can make diabetes management easier.


As a patient with diabetes, you may experience emotional distress and difficulties that can take a toll on your blood sugars. Our Center offers the services of a psychotherapist trained in the treatment of patients with diabetes.  With her help you can obtain insights and tools that will enable you to better control your diabetes.

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Physical activity is a significant component of glucose management and the overall success of diabetes care. Our Center offers the services of a fitness trainer and health therapist, who can assess, advise, and adapt a personal exercise program.


Diabetes affects small blood vessels in all parts of the body, including the eyes (called retinopathy), sometimes to the point of deterioration in vision. Retinopathy can be diagnosed through a routine medical examination and more precisely through the use of our on-site OCT machine.


Diabetes can have an effect on many different systems in the body- including the nervous system. A neurologist is part of this diabetes center because people with diabetes are more likely to have impaired cognitive function, have an increased chance of having a stroke, and are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s than people without diabetes. Diabetes can also affect the nerves of the feet leading to painful or bothersome neuropathies. Fortunately, good glucose control can help prevent these complicationscontrol of glucose levels will help you to avoid complications in the nervous system.


Uncontrolled diabetes affects the nerves and the circulation in the feet. This leads to a condition called neuropathy, where the patient may experience tingling, burning, stinging, or even a total lack of feelings in the feet. This can lead to infections because in the cases where there is a wound, the person is not aware that he or she should treat the foot. The risk of infection increases because the low blood supply can affect the healing and the high blood sugar can affect the white blood cells that fight infection. Prevention is the key to avoiding foot problems. A podiatrist plays a key role in preventing foot complications. The podiatrist examines, diagnoses and treats problems such as corns, ingrown toenails, fungal nail infections and works with orthopedic insoles.


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