There's no doubt about it, learning you have diabetes or pre-diabetes can seem unbelievable. Often a person's first thoughts are "What do I do now? How will this change my life?"
Being diagnosed with diabetes does mean that you will have changes in your life, but they are changes that you can live with. The most important thing is to know that you are not alone. There are many caring professionals here to support you, and help you understand, accept and make the changes that will help you feel better and live a longer, healthier life.
Whether you're newly diagnosed or need refresher information on managing diabetes, the Bryan Diabetes Center has services to help you. When it comes to diabetes, knowledge is power.
The Diabetes Program is certified by the American Diabetes Association. Our staff includes registered nurses and dietitians who are certified diabetes educators and certified insulin pump trainers.
Scheduling an Appointment
Talk with your doctor or healthcare provider to find out if diabetes education can benefit you.
To learn more about our programs and meet with a diabetes educator, call us at (402) 481-6305. We will be happy to visit with you and your doctor to identify the best services for you.