Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that affects approximately 8% of the population. Because it is a systemic disease, it affects every part of your body. People suffering from diabetes are more likely to have problems with their kidneys, vision, heart, circulatory system and nervous system. It's a fact that 65% of people with diabetes die from heart disease or stroke.

At Fast Track Fitness and Physical Therapy, we are aware of the potential harm that can be caused due to diabetes. Fortunately, there is considerable research showing that the ill effects of diabetes can be lessened with proper care. Our special program is designed to improve your health and reduce the risk factors associated with diabetes. Our patients typically show an almost immediate improvement in their blood sugars. Getting control of your diabetes is easier than you might think. Let us show you the way to improve your health and decrease your risk factors today.

  • Research: Aerobic training for at least 30 minutes, three to six times per week can lower glycosylated hemoglobin levels by clinically significant amounts. (The Cochrane Database of Systematic Review, 2005)
  • Research: Overweight patients with abnormal glucose metabolism who attend a program featuring diabetes prevention advice such as the importance of diet and physical exercise, may be at reduced risk of coronary heart disease and diabetes. (Diabetes Care, 2009)
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