What Is Diabetes?
"Katherine and Anne are a dynamic duo! They take TIME with their patients, something that can be hard to come by. They are warm and caring and genuinely invested in your well-being. I appreciate the time and care they give. I highly recommend!"- T.H. / Google / Mar 30, 2021
"Katherine Johnson is the best pcp I have ever seen. I have never felt so listened to! I haven't felt rushed on my visits, she is patient and explains everything, plus is very thorough. The staff there are lovely, Alma at reception and the nurse Letty are both very friendly and helpful. The office is exceptionally clean and beautiful too."- J.C. / Facebook / Dec 13, 2020
"First time visit a few weeks ago to establish a primary physician. Katherine and her staff were wonderful, they genuinely care about their patients. Will certainly be returning for future needs and recommending to others!"- L.A. / Google / Nov 30, 2020
"K. JOHNSON IS AWESOME, SHE IS LIKE MY SISTER!!!"- D.Y. / Google / Nov 06, 2020
"Needed a primary care physician and so I took a chance based on the reviews. This was the best experience I have ever had going to the Dr, everyone was patient (haha get it sorry) and polite. I was seen within minutes! Without hesitation I decided to make this office my go to. Doctor Johnson was great and made the experience easy and comfortable. Don’t wait make an appointment and make them your go to primary care office!"- N.G. / Google / Nov 05, 2020
How Is Diabetes Treated and Managed?
Several factors are known to increase the risk of diabetes, including obesity, genetics, poor diet, and high blood pressure, among others. While some of the most common signs or symptoms are excessive thirst, frequent urination, blurry vision, and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), some patients may have no indication of diabetes, making routine screenings very important. Katherine recommends diabetes treatment according to individual needs, which might include controlling blood glucose levels through diet, weight loss programs, prescription medications, or insulin injections.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- Up to $150
- How Long It Takes
- 20 minutes
- Follow Up Time
- 3 months
Take Control of Blood Glucose Levels
If you are noticing symptoms of diabetes or have been diagnosed with this condition, we encourage you to meet with Katherine for personalized diabetes care. Contact Johnson Family Medical in Frisco, TX today to set up your in-person or telehealth appointment, and learn about the insurance and Medicare plans we accept. There is no known cure for diabetes; however, with proper care and management, you can control your blood glucose levels and maintain your health!