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What is an Endocrinologist?

An endocrinologist diagnoses and treats hormone-related problems and diseases. Hormone imbalances account for a wide range of medical conditions, including issues with metabolism, respiration, growth, reproduction, sensory perception and movement. The study of endocrinology focuses on both hormones and the glands and tissues that produce them.

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Managing Diabetes in the Golden Years

Managing Diabetes in the Golden Years

As people age, it’s easy to mistake symptoms of type 2 diabetes as simply part of the process of getting older. Increased thirst, increased urination, fatigue, poor healing of wounds and vision changes such as blurred vision or no longer... Continue Reading

Managing Life with Type 1 Diabetes

Managing Life with Type 1 Diabetes

Our bodies turn carbohydrates into sugars, which gives us energy. But not all sugars are equal. "If you eat 500 calories of cookies and 500 calories of fat or bacon, our body will make fat much easier from the cookies than from the bacon..." Continue Reading

Helping People Feel Right

Helping People Feel Right

Dr. Orlin Sergev loves the science of figuring out how to help his patients feel better. Their most common complaint before ending up at Equilibrium Endocrinology & Diabetes Center is that they don't "feel right." To address that concern... Continue Reading

The dangers of hidden sugars.

The Dangers of Hidden Sugars

Our bodies turn carbohydrates into sugars, which gives us energy. But not all sugars are equal. "If you eat 500 calories of cookies and 500 calories of fat or bacon, our body will make fat much easier from the cookies than from the bacon..." Continue Reading

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