Struggling to "get on top" of your diabetes?
Planning a pregnancy with diabetes?
Do you wish you could lose 10kg, even though you are on insulin?
Training for a marathon and wish you could get your diabetes and your fitness in top form?
Tired of a waiting list?
Struggling with Coeliac and diabetes?... at GPSI Diabetes we can help you!
A true story
Six years ago a successful and very well known business person attended GPSI Diabetes. He had
just been to see his GP and had been told that his diabetes was "not doing well". He was a busy man -
meetings to run, dinners to attend, networking a high priority. Diabetes just seemed to get in the way. He took his medication as instructed and attended doctors appointments - which seemedto be occuring with increasing frequency - but the outcome was always the same. His diabetes "was not doing well"
After 4 visits with GPSI Diabetes, he has never looked back. Empowered with the skills to monitor his own diabetes and with the knowledge of how to escalate his own medical management, this gentleman has his diabetes under excellent control with no change in his busy schedule of work, meetings, and regular dinners.
Change your life in 4 weeks!
Let us help you change your life in just 4 weeks, in this time you will:
Have control of your blood sugar levels.
Understand the unique physiology underlying your diabetes.
Understand all available treatment options.
Be able to choose the treatment option that will best match you or your life style.
Be empowered with the knowledge and tools to provide ongoing self-management that will ensure
sustained diabetes control for years.
An insulin pump mimics a normally functioning pancreas and allows it's wearer to lead a normal and flexible lifestyle. It is a small mechanical device, a little larger than a pager that is worn outside the body, often on a belt or in a pocket.
Would you like to know more about insulin pumps?
Is this is the right course of treatment for you ?
Does you qualify for a Government funded pump?
While insulin pumps are the gold standard of care for type 1 diabetes, they are not necessarily suitable for everyone.
Dr Janet has more than 20 years of experience with using insulin pumps for the management of diabetes.
Let her help you decide if this is a good management choice for you.
Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems
Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems (CGMS) can be used with or without an insulin pump. They are worn 24 hours a day, automatically checking blood sugars at regular and frequent intervals and relaying the information to a monitor - or to the screen on the insulin pump. It has the benefit of being able to alarm the wearer (or parent) of high or low blood sugars.
Would you like to know more about CGMS?
Would your diabetes management benefit from CGMS?
While CGMS have been around for many years, they are not funded and are not necessarily suitable for everyone.
Dr Janet has more than 20 years of experience with using CGMS in the management of diabetes. Let her help you decide if this would be a beneficial addition to your diabetes management.