In-Home Care

Do Seniors Need A Multivitamin

Do seniors need a multivitamin? That depends - Seniors who eat a well-rounded diet may not need a daily multivitamin to fill in any gaps in nutrition, however some older adults do not always eat as balanced a diet as they should which can lead to lack of nutrition and...

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Medicare Benefits You Should Know About

You’re Covered; 4 Little-Known Medicare Benefits Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   Medicare has several unknown and underutilized benefits that older Americans should be taking advantage of in the future! Read on to find four interesting coverage areas you may...

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Think Before You Fall

Think before you fall; 4 Steps to help avoid falls at home Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   Twenty Five percent of older Americans fall each year. Falls account for more injuries than any other trauma in patients over the age of sixty five.  Knowing this about...

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When To Find A New Doctor?

Doc, You’re Fired; 3 Reasons to Fire your Provider! Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   As patients, caregivers, and consumers in the healthcare system, we often forget that we are employing a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or other professional...

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Leaving Your Healthcare Network

It’s Not You, It’s Me; Breaking Up with an Ineffective Healthcare Network Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   Patients and Caregivers often end up feeling “trapped” in a relationship with a particular Healthcare Network. If you see a Primary Care Provider at the...

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Managing Diabetes at Home

Managing Diabetes at Home – Know the Numbers! Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   Over 30 million adults in the United States have diabetes. Diabetic patients account for nearly 10% of the U.S. Population, based on Data from 2015 from the CDC’s National Diabetes...

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What is a Ketone, anyway?

Ketones A ketone is byproduct of an alternative source of fuel for the body. Ketones are created as a result of fat breakdown and are the end-product of fat metabolism in the body.   Relative to diabetes, ketones are formed when the body is starving. The body...

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TRANSITIONING FROM SHORT TERM REHAB TO HOME

When a loved one has been cared for in short term rehab and is ready to be discharged to the care of family members at home, many questions may arise. Read on for tips to make the transition from short term rehabilitation to home as smooth as possible. read more

SIX WAYS TO PREVENT PRESSURE ULCERS (BED SORES)

Tracy E. Bingaman, MSPAS, PA-C   Pressure Ulcers, also known as Bed Sores, can be prevented by relieving pressure, reducing friction, early identification, proper nutrition, regular exercise, and attentive skin care. Read on for six ways to prevent pressure ulcers....

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