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Diabetes Management In Stafford

At Stafford Primary Care Clinic, diabetes isn’t just a condition — it’s a journey that we walk hand-in-hand with our patients. Our holistic approach to diabetes management is designed to empower, educate, and support those navigating this path, aiming for a life of wellness and balance.

Visit today Stafford Family Clinic for affordable and qualified medical care.  For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us or schedule an appointment. We are conveniently located at 203 Brand Ln #35 Stafford, Texas-77477, and we see patients from Stafford, Sugar Land, Missouri City, and the greater Houston areas.

 Welcome to Our Diabetes Management Program

At Stafford Primary Care Clinic, we’re dedicated to empowering patients with the knowledge and tools to manage their diabetes effectively. We understand the unique challenges faced by those living with diabetes, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

Why Choose Stafford Primary Care Clinic for Diabetes Management?

  • Experienced Team: Our dedicated team have years of experience in the field of diabetes care and management. We believe in the uniqueness of every individual. As such, our treatment strategies are tailored to resonate with your specific needs and lifestyle.
  • Personalized Care Plans: We know that each individual is different. That’s why our diabetes management plans are tailored to fit your specific needs and lifestyle.
  • Latest Technologies: We use the most up-to-date technologies to monitor and manage your diabetes, ensuring you get the best care possible.
  • Educational Workshops: Knowledge is power. Attend our regular workshops and seminars to stay updated on the latest diabetes research and management techniques.


Our Services for Diabetes Management in Stafford.

  • Blood Sugar Monitoring: Regular and precise monitoring to keep your blood sugar levels in check.
  • Medication Management: Assisting you with insulin or other diabetes medications, ensuring you’re on the right dose and regimen.
  • Nutritional Counseling: Our dieticians will guide you on the right diet, helping you make healthy food choices.
  • Exercise Plans: Tailored exercise regimens that suit your individual needs and improve insulin sensitivity.
  • Complication Screening: Regular screenings to prevent or address complications such as neuropathy, retinopathy, and heart diseases.

Patient Resources

Diabetes Education: From understanding the basics to advanced management techniques, we have resources to cater to everyone’s needs.

Support Groups: Connect with others going through the same journey and share experiences, fears, and triumphs.

Tools & Apps: Recommendations for the best tools and applications to help you monitor and manage your diabetes at home.

Patient Testimonials

“Ever since I joined the Diabetes Management program at Stafford Primary Care Clinic, I’ve felt more in control of my condition. The staff is knowledgeable and always available to answer any query.” – James L.

“The nutrition counseling was a game-changer for me. I learned how to make healthier food choices and still enjoy what I eat.” – Maria P.

Schedule An Appointment

Ready to take control of your diabetes? Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Our friendly staff is ready to assist you.

203 Brand Ln #35 Stafford, Texas-77477

(281) 598-6614




Q1: What is diabetes?
A: Diabetes is a chronic medical condition where the body either doesn’t produce enough insulin (Type 1) or can’t effectively use the insulin it produces (Type 2). This leads to elevated blood sugar levels, which can cause long-term damage to organs and tissues.

Q2: How is Type 1 diabetes different from Type 2?
A: Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition where the body’s immune system attacks the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. It often develops early in life. Type 2 diabetes is more common and is characterized by the body’s inability to use insulin effectively. It’s often associated with older age, obesity, family history, and physical inactivity.

Q3: Can diabetes be cured?
A: As of now, there’s no cure for diabetes. However, with proper management, including medication, diet, and lifestyle changes, most people with diabetes can lead a healthy life.

Q4: How often should I monitor my blood sugar?
A: The frequency depends on the type of diabetes and your treatment plan. Those on insulin might need to check multiple times a day, while others might do so less frequently. Your healthcare provider will give specific recommendations based on your situation.

Q5: What are the complications of unmanaged diabetes?
A: Chronic high blood sugar can lead to various complications, including kidney disease, nerve damage, vision problems, heart disease, stroke, and poor wound healing.

Q6: What foods should I avoid if I have diabetes?
A: It’s advisable to limit foods high in added sugars, saturated and trans fats, and salt. Examples include sugary beverages, fried foods, sweets, and certain processed foods. A dietician can provide a comprehensive list tailored to you.

Q7: How does exercise affect my blood sugar?
A: Exercise usually lowers blood sugar by increasing insulin sensitivity. However, in some cases, especially vigorous activity, it might temporarily raise blood sugar. Monitoring blood sugar before and after exercise helps you understand its effect on you.

Q8: Can I still drink alcohol if I have diabetes?
A: If consumed in moderation and with your doctor’s approval, some people with diabetes can still enjoy alcohol. It’s essential to monitor your blood sugar, as alcohol can affect its levels.

Q9: What is the role of a Diabetes Educator?
A: A Diabetes Educator is a professional who educates and supports individuals with diabetes to understand and manage the condition better. They provide training on blood sugar monitoring, medication management, nutrition, and more.

Q10: Is stress linked to diabetes?
A: Yes, stress can elevate blood sugar levels. Managing stress through techniques like meditation, deep breathing exercises, and physical activity can be beneficial for those with diabetes.

Q11: Can diabetes lead to mental health challenges?
A: Absolutely. Diabetes can be emotionally challenging, leading to feelings of frustration, depression, and anxiety. Seeking support from professionals or support groups can be beneficial.

Q12: How important is regular medical check-up in diabetes management?
A: Regular check-ups are crucial as they help track your blood sugar levels, monitor for complications, and adjust treatments as needed. They are an integral part of effective diabetes management.

Our Lab Test

  • Allergy testing
  • Pap smears
  • Annual physical exams
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Urine analysis
  • Flu shots and testing
  • Urine drug screening
  • Ear wax removal
  • In-House Lab Services Available
  • COVID-19 Testing for traveling
  • Pap smears
  • Annual physical exams
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Urine analysis
  • Covid-19 vaccine
  • Antibody COVID-19 Test.
  • Rapid COVID-19 Test.

We focus on preventative care to keep the whole family healthy – women, men, and teens.