Community Outreach

Here at Paper Cranes Healthcare we believe that a vital part of taking care of our community is providing high quality, engaging health education to our community. On Wednesday, February 21 our Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, Lynn Lanza spent the afternoon with residents of Sun Bird teaching them all about Diabetes and PreDiabetes.

Dietitian and Diabetes Educator, Lynn Lanza provides education on what happens inside the body in someone with Type 1 Diabetes, having Sun Bird residents act as Glucose, Insulin and the cellDid you know?-Over 29 million American currently have Diabetes.-1.6 million new cases are diagnosed each year in Adults-86 million American have Prediabetes-90% don’t know they have it!Type 2 Diabetes may be preventable in some cases. A recent study showed that for ever 2.2 pounds of weight loss (when appropriate) there was a 16% reduced risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.Learn more about how to prevent Type 2 Diabetes or how to better manage your Diabetes by scheduling an appointment with Lynn or one of our other caring, skilled medical provider today.Take charge of your health TODAY!

Here Lynn leads an interactive skit to explain what happens inside the body in someone who had Type 2 Diabetes

Lynn explains core concepts for Diabetes Management and Prevention

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