Lifestyle Management

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder caused by issues with insulin, a hormone that helps regulate blood sugar. It occurs when the body either doesn’t produce enough insulin or can’t use it effectively. As a result, people with diabetes often have higher blood glucose levels than those without the condition.
This heightened blood sugar can lead to various metabolic disorders, contributing to complications like diabetic nephropathy (kidney problems), diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage), diabetic retinopathy (eye issues), as well as conditions affecting the feet and gums. Managing diabetes involves keeping blood sugar levels in check through lifestyle changes, medication, and regular medical monitoring.

How can a Physiotherapist treat Diabetes?

Exercise Prescription

Physiotherapists design exercise programs tailored to the individual’s health status and fitness level. Regular physical activity helps improve insulin sensitivity, regulate blood sugar levels, and contribute to overall well-being

Education and Lifestyle Modification

Physiotherapists provide valuable insights into maintaining a healthy lifestyle. They educate individuals about the importance of regular exercise, proper nutrition, and stress management.

Mobility and Flexibility Exercises

Diabetes can affect the musculoskeletal system, leading to issues like joint stiffness and reduced flexibility. Physiotherapists employ exercises that enhance mobility, ensuring individuals can move comfortably and engage in daily activities without strain.

Neuropathy Management

Physiotherapy addresses neuropathic symptoms through specialized exercises that improve balance, coordination, and sensation.

Our Approach at Mobiphysio

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