Endocrinologists

Dr. Karen E Earle

Dr. Karen E Earle

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Allan Pont

Dr. Allan Pont

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Clinton W Young

Dr. Clinton W Young

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Robert J Rushakoff

Dr. Robert J Rushakoff

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Claude Donald Arnaud

Dr. Claude Donald Arnaud

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Nancy J Bohannon

Dr. Nancy J Bohannon

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Cheng-Yang Christian Tuan

Dr. Cheng-Yang Christian Tuan

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Steven T Harris

Dr. Steven T Harris

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Martha S Nolte

Dr. Martha S Nolte

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Haleh Ghanea Bassiri

Dr. Haleh Ghanea Bassiri

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Richard Alan Kanter

Dr. Richard Alan Kanter

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. E Ann Myers

Dr. E Ann Myers

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. H Jakob Michenfelder

Dr. H Jakob Michenfelder

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Eric Christopher Buxton

Dr. Eric Christopher Buxton

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Nathan Becker

Dr. Nathan Becker

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. David G Gardner

Dr. David G Gardner

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. Lewis Stuart Blevins

Dr. Lewis Stuart Blevins

Endocrinologist
San Francisco, CA
Dr. William Zigrang

Dr. William Zigrang

Endocrinologist
Burlingame, CA
Dr. Akshay Jain

Dr. Akshay Jain

MD, FACE, CCD, ECNU, DABIM, DABOM
Endocrinologist
Surrey, BC
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An endocrinologist is a doctor who specializes in treating disorders of the endocrine system, which includes the pancreas, ovaries, testes, thyroid, and adrenals. An endocrinologist treats diseases such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and certain cancers of the glands. In treating patients with diabetes, an endocrinologist will also educate patients on insulin therapy, insulin pumps, type 1 diabetes, diabetes management, blood sugar levels, glucose testing, children and diabetes and types of insulin.

If you’ve been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, you’ll work closely with your healthcare team to manage the disease and prevent complications. Your primary care provider may refer you to an endocrinologist, a doctor who is specially trained in conditions affected the glands and hormones. During visits with your primary care provider or endocrinologist, he or she will perform an A1C test to measure the glucose (blood sugar) in your blood by checking hemoglobin. Your physician may also take blood or urine samples to assess kidney, liver and thyroid function.