Your Testing Partners®

Revolutionizing Diabetes Care

Test Hearts to Toes®

Since 2010, Diabetes Testing Centers™ (DTC) has been revolutionizing diabetes, prediabetes, and insulin-resistant testing across the United States. With over 800 clinics, we have developed and standardized the process for multispecialty care that uses over 60 assessments and 30 therapies, with or without our trained technicians. We provide state-of-the-art technology that identifies and measures the most common diabetes-related comorbidities. We understand that many clinics avoid purchasing medical devices for various reasons, including:

Our testing services eliminate all of these concerns. We manage everything, from equipment procurement to warranty management, eliminating your staff's workload and reducing additional workflows. Our services also address time constraints by freeing up your staff from testing responsibilities and managing issues caused by outdated equipment. Additionally, we can adjust our assessments based on your patient's needs by discontinuing low-performing ones and replacing them with more promising options. If interested, please contact us to verify if your ZIP code is available.  

Join Over 800 Medical Clinics and Expand Your Patient Services

Making a Difference

Early diagnosis and treatment of diabetes-related complications is crucial to prevent additional health issues.

Key Facts

Improve Overall Care

Identify patients with diabetes, prediabetes, and insulin resistance.

Morbidities & Mortalities

Screen and test for comorbidities early and refer patients to specialists.

Drive Reimbursements

Increase practice revenue by utilizing recurring reimbursements. 

Change Tools, Not Workflow

Diabetes Testing Centers™ offers a wide range of assessments and therapies, all of which are eligible for CMS reimbursements across the country. Primary Care providers can use our services to identify and measure the severity of a disease and make better referrals to specialist with patients who may have a greater need to be seen. Many independent medical clinics use and rely on outdated and subjective tools. This may be due to cost and workflow considerations but given the challenges faced by primary care providers so it is essential to use point-of-care tests that do not take additional workflow and can be performed by a medical assistant to assist in disease diagnosis.

Our point-of-care and non-invasive assessments are designed to provide you with quick, yet comprehensive results in just 3-5 minutes. By utilizing our cutting-edge tools, you can offer your patients the education, support, and resources they need to improve their quality of life, especially when it comes to diabetes. With our bundles or à la carte options, you can select the perfect test or therapy that meets your clinic's unique requirements and helps your diabetic patients achieve optimal health outcomes. 

We offer complete program management or simply offer purchasing, renting, and leasing options. Discover Diabetes Testing Centers™ possibilities. Below is a financial pro form for our DTC MAX (ANS+DPN+DRE+PAD) with seven (7) billing codes for a turnkey bundle.

Diabetes Accounts for 66% of Office Visits for Primary Care and Grows to 76% when Diabetes is the Reason for a Visit.

J Gen Intern Med. 2019 Jul; 34(7): 1089–1091. 

Multispecialty Complications

Hearts to Toes®

Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a complex disease that involves multiple medical specialties. It is important to note that primary care serves as the starting point, but we help providers identify the disease so they can assess the severity of comorbidities for management or referral to a specialist. While our assessments are simple to use, they play a crucial role in identifying underlying medical conditions that may have gone unnoticed otherwise. These conditions should be screened as a medical necessity for all individuals living with diabetes. 

In the United States, various medical specialties are involved in the treatment and management of diabetes, including:

1. Family Practice

2. Internal Medicine

3. Endocrinology

4. Diabetology

5. Cardiology

6. Nephrology

7. Ophthalmology

8. Podiatry

9. Geriatric Medicine

10. OB/GYN (gestational diabetes)

11. Pediatric Endocrinology (for children and adolescents with diabetes)

12. Nutrition and Dietetics (Registered Dietitians)

13. Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (CDCES)

14. General Surgery (diabetes-related surgical interventions, such as bariatric surgery)

15. Psychiatry and Psychology (addressing mental health aspects related to diabetes)

16. Neurology (diabetic neuropathy and related nerve disorders)

17. Wound Care Specialists (managing diabetic foot ulcers and chronic wounds)

18. Physical Therapy (rehabilitation and management of diabetes-related complications)

19. Behavioral Psychologists

20. Exercise Physiologist

By utilizing the expertise of multiple specialties, our organization is able to provide the highest quality of care. We firmly believe that a multispecialty approach is the most effective way to address the complex healthcare needs of individuals, and we are committed to delivering this level of care to all our patients.

Over 60% of Costs Paid by Medicare Are for People Living with Diabetes.

Am Diabetes Assoc. Economic Costs of Diabetes in the US in 2017. Diabetes Care. 2018;41:917–928.

Amputation Prevention

POC Vascular/Neuropathy

Blindness Prevention

POC Autonomous Nonmydriatic

Heart Attack/Stroke

POC Arterial Stiffness

Advanced Technology

Diabetic Neuropathy (Painful & Painless)

Pain affects people in the U.S. more than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. The CDC has reported that failing to objectively diagnose painful and painless neuropathy can lead to amputations of the toes, feet, or legs. Primary care providers play a key role in caring for patients with chronic pain, but many clinicians and insurance companies fail to emphasize the value of nonopioid alternatives. Diabetic Neuropathy (DN) is often recognized in two forms of peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes mellitus, which are often in the same patient living with diabetes: 50% may be symptomatic or painful (small fiber), and up to 50% may be asymptomatic or insensate (large fiber). Pain is often at the top of the list of painful conditions, and asymptomatic neuropathy, also known as loss of protective sensation (LOPS), also has life-altering changes for patients since both have morbidity and mortality risks. 

(Painful) Small Fiber Neuropathy Can Only be Verified with Thermal Thresholds or Skin Biopsies.

Aaron Vinik, MD, Ph.D., Endocrinologist, Diabetic Neuropathies, February 5, 2018

The natural history of DN remains poorly understood, as few prospective studies have examined this condition. The main reason is the lack of standardized methodologies for the diagnosis of DN. Unlike diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy, the lack of simple, accurate, and readily reproducible methods of measuring neuropathy has been a major challenge. Furthermore, the methods currently used are not only subjective and reliant on the examiner’s interpretation but tend to diagnose DN when it’s already well established. Painful DN occurs in up to 34% of patients with diabetes and can pose a significant clinical management challenge when poorly managed. When patients fail a monofilament test, they may have severe neuropathy, and it may be too late to intervene. The appropriate diagnosis must be objectively assessed as early as possible to manage a patient's care or be referred to the appropriate specialists.

(Painless) Diabetic large nerve fiber dysfunction, as measured by vibration, predicts foot ulceration, amputation, and mortality.



Reimbursable A1c (every 90-days) for diabetes/prediabetes - results in 5-minutes.


Utilizing modern technology for DPN assessment and reimbursements. 


Evidence-based supplements that can reduce pain and inflammation.

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