A stroke or Cerebro-Vascular Accident is a condition in which one part of the brain will die because it did not receive blood supply. Diabetics poorly controlled have increased risk of developing a stroke. People who suffer strokes may not be able to speak, they may not be able to smile even if they are happy, or sometimes they can no longer eat solid food because they are unable to swallow safely. Depending on the region of the brain affected the disability may be severe and the person may need care with day-to-day activities such as eating and using the bathroom.


North Houston Diabetes Institute
1485 Farm to Market 1960 Bypass Rd E, Suite 320
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: 832-644-9595
Fax: 281-466-4932

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