Diabetes is the most common metabolic disease in United States and throughout the world. Diabetes can promote numerous insults to the brain and peripheral nervous system.
In this course, you will learn additional necessary steps to undergo in taking medical history and examining the central and peripheral nervous system in a diabetic patient.
We discuss specific laboratory biomarkers and their clinical interpretations, the impact of various metabolic diseases in addition to diabetes on brain function, and diet, nutrition, and lifestyle strategies to support diabetes and other metabolic conditions.
This course blends a review of the latest scientific articles with clinical strategies to identify and manage patients with diabetes and other metabolic conditions that compromise of the brain and vascular system.