Endocrinologist Yuichiro Nakai, MD, speaks at the 2019 Physician Symposium in Santa Rosa, April 2019.
Telemedicine video conference visits for some appointments are now available for patients of NCMA Endocrinology & Diabetes Center. Call 707-578-7530 for additional information.
NCMA Endocrinology & Diabetes Center — Santa Rosa
NCMA’s Yuichiro D. Nakai, MD, I-Tsyr Shaw, MD, Isha Shrestha, MD, and the team at NCMA Endocrinology and Diabetes Center in Santa Rosa diagnose and treat hormone-related health conditions by identifying imbalances in the hormone glands of your body system. Through discussion, examination and careful laboratory testing, we work hard to provide comprehensive treatment options for conditions such as:
- Metabolic syndrome
- Thyroid hormone imbalances
- Thyroid masses and cancers
- PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)
- Over or under production of hormones
- Cholesterol (lipid) disorders
- Pituitary and adrenal imbalances and masses
- Testosterone disorders
- Cancers of the endocrine glands
Diabetes physician services
NCMA Endocrinology and Diabetes Center physicians and physicians assistants provide health services for type 1 & type 2 diabetes, and “other” diabetes, including post pancreatectomy and drug-induced (cancer immunotherapy, steroids).
Learn more about our monitoring and coordination of care for diabetes complications, monitoring and adjusting diabetes medication regimen, and diabetes technology capabilities on our diabetes physician services page.
Diabetes education and dietitian services
NCMA Endocrinology and Diabetes Center offers the services of a full-time dietitian and certified diabetes educator. Educational services can be requested independently or in conjunction with requests for physician evaluation and management services. We offer one-on-one services and regularly scheduled group classes.
Learn more about our diabetes education and dietitian services. See below to learn more about our diabetes self-management class.
Our diabetes self-management class is available for patients with Type 2 diabetes. It is ideal for patients who are newly diagnosed or need a refresher and haven’t completed a qualifying class in the past. It works much like a support group. The program consists of four classes of approximately 2–2 ½ hours each, for a total of 9 hours.
Learn more about NCMA’s diabetes classes.
NCMA Endocrinology and Diabetes Center
1701 Fourth Street, Suite 210
Santa Rosa, CA 95404