Manage Your Diabetes with Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy and DiabetesCadence Physical Therapy. People with type II diabetes require intensive treatment to help them control their blood sugar levels. While medicine helps keep your blood sugar level as normal as possible, proper blood sugar control involves lifestyle adjustments, particularly food and exercise. Proper nutrition, exercise, and medication work together to bring your blood sugar under control. If insulin doses or carbohydrate consumption are not adjusted with activity, those using insulin or insulin secretagogues (oral diabetes tablets that cause your pancreas to generate more insulin) are at risk for hypoglycemia.
Exercise and COVID-19
The majority of physicians agree that regular physical activity is beneficial to one’s health. Exercising boosts immunity and can have immediate and long-term health benefits. However, for those who have or have just recovered from COVID-19, this may not be the case. So when is it safe to start working out again? The experts are now weighing in.
Not All Physical Therapists Are Created Equal
NOT ALL PHYSICAL THERAPISTS and PT CLINICS ARE CREATED EQUAL. If you think all physical therapists are made equal or that every facility provides excellent outcomes, you're wrong.