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DarleneHitch
By DarleneHitch Latest Reply 2009-04-10 09:43:11 -0500
Started 2009-04-06 00:27:57 -0500

Do you know of a Diabetic Doctor in Warren Ohio


12 replies

Avera
Avera 2009-04-09 23:52:11 -0500 Report

Hello,

I don't live there myself, but I do know the place online to check those things out. Right now Warren, Ohio has 3 doctors who specialize in Diabetes. Here are the 2 rated the best. Hope this helps.
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Paul M Rosman DO
3921 East Market Street
Warren, OH 44484

Specialties
Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Internal Medicine
Gender
Male
Insurance Plans
Accepted
Aetna, WellCare, Humana, United Health Care, Wellpoint- call for others
Years Since
Graduation
40
Five-Star Recognition
State License Information
Licensed in Ohio
What is Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism?
Diabetes, endocrine and metabolism disorders involve several different body systems, including the thyroid, the metabolism, and the reproductive system. An endocrinologist is a physician who deals with endocrine system disorders, involving glands such as the thyroid and adrenal glands. This specialist also helps patients deal with disorders such as diabetes, nutritional disorders, and problems with reproductive health.

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Muthuramalingam Rammohan MD
1700 East Market Street Suite 108
Warren, OH 44483

Specialties
Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Internal Medicine
Gender
Male
Insurance Plans
Accepted
Aetna, Medicaid, WellCare, Humana, United Health Care-call for others
Years Since
Graduation
43
Five-Star Recognition
State License Information
Licensed in Ohio
What is Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism?
Diabetes, endocrine and metabolism disorders involve several different body systems, including the thyroid, the metabolism, and the reproductive system. An endocrinologist is a physician who deals with endocrine system disorders, involving glands such as the thyroid and adrenal glands. This specialist also helps patients deal with disorders such as diabetes, nutritional disorders, and problems with reproductive health

mamaoak
mamaoak 2009-04-07 17:46:44 -0500 Report

well i live in the boonies jackson ohio and i go to chillocthie to a diabetic specialist there. i have only been once my next appointment is this comming thursday my goal is to get off these pills and contor this with exersise and diet. i hope i am being realalistic i got off the lantice the pill my sugars have been good so i hope my test results are as well meaning i can go off this meitforum .good luck in finding a dr.your ins should have a list if you call them they could help you they did me .

daniel velazco
daniel velazco 2009-04-07 18:53:41 -0500 Report

I live in Shelby county and you should
call your hospital and ask for Phycisions
(bad speller) refferal and they can help you find a Dr. in your area. Also there is a web site that can help you find a Dr. inyour area it is called WebMD.
hope this helps you.
Dan

SkipT
SkipT 2009-04-07 16:07:14 -0500 Report

If you can't find a diabetic doctor you might want to try a D.O. doctor. That is a doctor who is an Osteopath. Their thinking is that you treat the WHOLE body, not just a symptom. My doctor is a D.O. and he is fantastic.

DarleneHitch
DarleneHitch 2009-04-07 17:30:27 -0500 Report

I'M GOING TO A DO CURRENTLY AND ALTHOUGH HE HAS BEEN MY DOCTOR FOR MANY YEARS, I AM NOT PLEASED WITH HOW HE IS TREATING MY DIABETICS. HE HAS NOT GIVEN ME ANY INFO AT ALL, NO GOALS TO REACH , ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. THAT IS WHY I THOUGHT I'D LOOK FOR A DOCTOR WHO SPECIALIZED IN DIABETIC BUT DON'T KNOW WHAT "KIND" OF DOCTOR THAT IS CALLED.

Judimar
Judimar 2009-04-07 17:43:55 -0500 Report

Darlene,

I think you may be wanting an endocrinologist. I am seeing an internal medicine doctor and she is great. Maybe try looking for either of them.

Finding a doctor you can work with can seem trying at times, but it is so worth the effort.

Have you considered asking your D.O. if he/she could recommend a doctor who specializes in diabetes?

Best of luck,

Judi

rbergman
rbergman 2009-04-10 00:59:31 -0500 Report

An Endocrinologist is what your are thinking. My daughter sees a Pediatric Endo for her diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. I however, only see and internal medicine doctor for mine. I agree you have to be comfortable and feel you can rely on your doctor for your diabetes care, but, it doesn't necessarily have to be an Endocrinologist there are many doctors out there that are just as good with their diabetic patients.
One suggestion I may have for you concerning the doctor you see now. Make a list of questions you have about your diabetes and take that list to your next appointment and make sure you ask all those questions and don't stop until you are satisfied with the answers you get. I did this with our daughters Ped Endo after her first one just seemed to drop the ball and not do anything for her. And, if you ask a question but don't understand the answer, ask your doctor to explain it so you do understand, make them earn the money they are making off of your visit with them, that is what they are there for but it seems too many times they don't offer much of anything but if you put them on the spot and ask the questions they have no choice but to give you the information you seek. For me this is easy as I am a very outspoken person, and I'm persistent until I get the answers that I completely understand. I realize it isn't as easy for others but your the one with the disease and your the one that has to deal with it on a daily basis and you need the information the doctors have, so, again, make a list of what you want to know and ask them the next appointment, don't feel any question is too stupid to ask, if it is something you want or feel you need to know then you ask.
~Robin

kdroberts
kdroberts 2009-04-06 07:27:02 -0500 Report

No but if you fancy a 50 mile trip up to Cleveland I can recommend one to you. Also, do you mean a doctor who specializes in diabetes or one that has diabetes?

ewskis
ewskis 2009-04-06 00:50:24 -0500 Report

Is there a clinic in your area that specializes in diabetes care I know that there are several in the Seattle area.Good luck

janetrobe
janetrobe 2009-04-06 00:42:30 -0500 Report

I Live in Okla. so the only thing I can say is ask your Dr. to refer you or call the Hospitals they usually have a list.