Diabetes & Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology
Welcome to the Department of Diabetes & Endocrinology at Kothari Medical Centre. We offer individualised care for conditions like diabetes, thyroid issues, hormone imbalances, and more under the direction of a group of highly respected physicians. Our cutting-edge facilities provide cutting-edge medicines and modern diagnostics to ensure the successful management of endocrine problems.
To encourage improved long-term health results, we use a holistic approach that incorporates patient education, nutritional counselling, and lifestyle changes. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life of our patients by assisting them in managing their diseases and reducing difficulties connected with endocrine disorders.
Why choose us?
- Kothari also offers diabetic packages designed for holistic diabetic treatment
- There are facilities to provide effective and prompt treatment for ulcers, infection and ischemia
- The facility treats thousands of adults, infants, children and adolescents each year for diabetes and other endocrine disorders such as tumors in the glands, gland hypersecretion and hyposecretion
- The department also provides timely detection and management of high-risk foot complications
- Coordinated care is offered in the screening, management and prevention of complications in diabetes – all under one roof, with specialists from various other disciplines
The Packages of Convenience
Diabetes mellitus (type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes), thyroid disorders, adrenal disorders, pituitary disorders, metabolic disorders, osteoporosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and other hormonal imbalances are all diagnosed and treated by endocrinologists and diabetologists.
Treatment options differ based on the condition. Treatment for diabetes may include lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, oral medicines, insulin therapy, or a combination of these techniques. Endocrine diseases may necessitate hormone replacement therapy, hormone-regulating drugs, or surgical intervention.
Many individuals with diabetes or endocrine diseases require long-term follow-up therapy in order to adequately manage their illness. Check-ups and monitoring of blood glucose levels, hormone levels, and other pertinent data may be required on a regular basis.
Based on your condition and symptoms, your healthcare professional may request particular tests or procedures. Blood tests to measure glucose levels, thyroid function, hormone levels, and other pertinent indicators may be included. Imaging examinations such as ultrasonography, MRI, or CT scans may be required in some circumstances.
Blood tests to check hormone levels, imaging investigations (such as ultrasounds or MRIs) to evaluate glandular function, and specialised tests such as oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT) for diabetes diagnosis are all examples of diagnostic tests.
The frequency of your follow-up appointments will be determined by your personal health needs and the treatment plan devised by your healthcare professional. Patients with diabetes often get regular check-ups, however those with hormonal issues may have a different schedule.
Yes, the department frequently offers nutritional counselling and may have licenced dietitians who can build personalised meal plans to aid in blood sugar management.