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Education and support to help you take control of your diabetes

Virtual Appointments

For your safety and the safety of our staff, our diabetes educators are available to provide services virtually through telehealth at this time. 

To schedule an appointment in Lincoln, call 402-481-6305.

When it comes to diabetes, knowledge is power. The power to control your symptoms, your health and your life can be yours with the help of our expert diabetes education team.

At Bryan Diabetes Center, our comprehensive education programs help you take control of your diabetes. With locations across Lincoln and in Crete, our certified diabetes educators will give you the knowledge, tools and support to manage your diabetes.

Whether you’re concerned about your risk for diabetes, newly diagnosed or want to learn more about managing your diabetes, we can help you.

Living with Diabetes – Ryan's Story

Our diabetes program is nationally recognized and certified by the American Diabetes Association. Our staff includes registered nurses and dietitians who are certified diabetes educators and certified insulin pump trainers.

About Diabetes

About Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic disease that causes high blood glucose (sugar) levels in the blood. Our bodies produce a hormone that provides energy in our blood. That hormone is called insulin. People develop diabetes when:

  • The body doesn't make insulin
  • The body doesn't make enough insulin (insulin deficiency)
  • The body doesn't use the insulin properly (insulin resistance)
Diabetes cannot be cured but it can be controlled. Through proper eating, exercise and medication you can live a longer, healthier life. About 29 million people in the United States have diabetes, and many people are unaware they have diabetes.

Diabetes & Your Health

Diabetes & Your Health

Diabetes can lead to serious problems such as blindness, nerve damage, foot damage, kidney failure, loss of limbs and increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Eventually, diabetes complications can be disabling or even life threatening. The good news – You can greatly reduce the risk of complications by controlling your blood glucose levels.

Take Steps Now

Take Steps Now

The number one goal of diabetes treatment is to control high blood glucose levels. People with diabetes should:

  • Maintain a health lifestyle, with special focus on exercise, weight and nutrition
  • Work with health care providers to make changes as needed
  • See a doctor, diabetes educator and/or registered dietitian on a regular basis
  • Get support from family, friends and others to manage your diabetes

Getting Started

Bryan Diabetes Center offers many education programs taught by caring, certified professionals who can help you understand your diabetes and support you through lifestyle changes to manage your diabetes. If you have or are at risk for prediabetes, taking action now can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes.

Call today to schedule an appointment with a diabetes educator. We will coordinate any referrals needed with your doctor.

For appointments in Lincoln, call 402-481-6305
For your safety and the safety of our staff, our diabetes educators are available to provide services virtually through telehealth at this time. 

For appointments in Crete, call 402-826-2102


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