Mediate the ill affects of type 2 diabetes with these top techniques from our skilled physiotherapists.

Exercise is crucial in managing your type 2 diabetes and also for prevention. Exercising for insulin health doesn't have to be complicated. Ideally, adults with diabetes should be exercising for at least 150 minutes a week, according to the American Diabetes Association. Weekly workouts, including stretching, resistance and strength training are proven to be beneficial when it comes to raising your insulin health levels, it also helps to slow, stop, and in rare cases, reverse the long-term effects that of type 2 diabetes. At Physio Hub we will measure and take into account all this information and tailor a bespoke plan to help you manage and improve your mobility and general well being.

Evidence-based practice is a must for us; that is why we do our utmost to use the most up to date research to ensure a high standard of care for all.

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Diabetes is a chronic condition characterized by elevated blood sugar levels. Individuals should consider seeking specialized care for diabetes if they experience symptoms such as excessive thirst, frequent urination, unexplained weight loss, or if they have risk factors such as a family history of diabetes. Early intervention is crucial to effectively manage blood sugar levels and prevent complications.

Specialized care for diabetes involves a comprehensive approach to managing the condition. Healthcare professionals assess blood sugar levels, lifestyle factors, and individual health needs. Treatment may include medication management, nutritional counseling, and guidance on physical activity. Individuals can expect personalized plans that focus on blood sugar control, preventing complications, and enhancing overall well-being.

Yes, specialized care for diabetes aims to prevent complications by effectively managing blood sugar levels and addressing associated risk factors. Strategies may include regular monitoring of blood glucose, medication adherence, lifestyle modifications, and education on healthy habits. Healthcare professionals work with individuals to create plans that not only control diabetes but also minimize the risk of complications such as heart disease, kidney problems, and nerve damage.

Yes, physiotherapy is instrumental in preventing the recurrence of sports injuries. Our physiotherapists assess biomechanics, identify weaknesses, and design tailored exercise programs to address these issues. By enhancing strength, flexibility, and proper movement patterns, physiotherapy aims to reduce the risk of reinjury and promote sustained athletic performance. Regular check-ins and adjustments to the treatment plan are integral to maintaining optimal physical condition.