May this blog post find you in good health with your Medicare Insurance working properly.
This summer has had the strangest weather I can remember, but I’m using rainy days to get all of my 2024 Medicare certifications completed.
Three more finished, three more to go. It still amazes me how Medicare seems to get more complicated every year, but, don’t get me started!
Instead, I’ll do my best to practice what I preach and give thanks for what I’m grateful for: Modern Medicine. This is Good News!
Had one of our ancestors developed this painful foot condition, they probably would have had to live with it, constant misery.
Jeri said, “my surgeon was fabulous. No pain meds after two days. Crutches, then boot with crutches, then boot. Was walking on my own after two months. No limp, no problems. Hooray for surgeons!”
We know every surgery doesn’t go like this, but it’s easy to lose perspective on how far we’ve come with healthcare and to take it for granted.
I’m big believer in getting a second opinion before any major invasive procedure (or a third), but I am also amazed on weekly basis with the remarkable recoveries and improvements I see in client health when they find the right doctor AND…
When we patients follow the doctor’s plan of care, it turns out you can teach us old dogs new tricks.
Following your doctor’s plan for physical therapy will help you get better. To stick with the plan, work with your doctor (or your therapist) to set clear goals. Do the exercises regularly, stick to the schedule.
Most important, talk openly about how you’re doing and get feedback, especially if things aren’t going well in the recovery process.
Many patients feel as if they are doing something wrong if they don’t start improving and will often give up on the rehab processes. By sharing honestly with your healthcare provider, therapy regimens can be modified. But if you don’t speak up, you won’t get better.
Jeri was teachable and interactive with her healthcare providers and she is one happy camper! No matter what happens, eventually, our bodies will wear out. But in the meantime, we do our best to keep going.
Well, the Bruns-Kylers are visiting cousins in France.
You may remember that we have had Quantz’s cousin’s daughter, Florence, living with us for the year. She is still in the US in our home, and now, we visit her family’s place in Normandy.
What a pleasure it has been to share meals and to meet their friends and neighbors.
Florence’s grandmother, Helene, was at our wedding a million years ago and it was an absolute delight to spend time with her again.
Helene is the definition of aging well, gracious, engaged, and living life with savoir faire. Over 90 and still a force of nature. What a treasure she is. Give thanks for those you love who make a difference in your life.
We are looking forward to visiting the D-Day museums and Omaha beach, but in the meantime, we are visiting the markets and walking through the old villages.
My little brother, Haas, sent this picture of all the green beans he and his girlfriend have been canning. He says the pumpkins are doing well, too.
Are you giving or getting any produce from your neighbors?
That’s it for this week; Keep squeezing the juice out of life!
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