Adult care is a broad term that covers a range of personal care services for people above 18 years of age. Adult care may be provided to those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, or several chronic conditions. Adult care is also provided to patients recovering from a serious injury or illness.
The primary aim of adult care is to enhance the quality of life. Adult care has assumed a great significance in recent years with the risen severity and spread of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity that have become one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., reportedly killing nearly 900,000 people every year.
What We Do
At EPIC Primary Care, we provide A to Z healthcare treatments to help you effectively manage your chronic conditions and improve your health and functional ability.
Our main objective is to make you happier, healthier and better. And with that focus, EPIC experts help you lose weight, get the right nutrition, indulge in the right physical activities, and keep all your vitals under control.
We make your journey towards a fitter, healthier and disease- free lifestyle a smooth ride with our innovative practices, excellent patient service, and the efficient use of technology.
Services We Provide
Strives to make you happier and help you keep away from severe conditions, EPIC delivers best-in-class adult care in Ferndale and Detroit. Our services include:
- Functional Medicine – Exercise Physiology | Physical Therapy
- Metabolic Health – Weight Loss Management – Metabolic Condition Management | Exercise Physiology | Dietitian
- Behavioral & Mental Health Management – Psychological Therapy | Behavioral Health Counseling | Social Support
- Respiratory Medicine for Allergies, Asthma, COPD, Lung Diseases, Pulmonary Function Tests
- Heart & Cardiovascular Care – Blood Pressure Monitoring, Congenital Ailments, Heart Diseases
- Integrated Diagnostics – Digital X-Ray, Digital Ultrasound, Digital Vascular Testing, Digital Cognitive and Neurological Testing – with our in-office, point of Care Laboratory Testing solution
- Medications – Personalized Medication, Pharmaceuticals, Nutraceuticals
All care, services and treatments are delivered through EPIC’s Integrated Advance Care Team model and Personalized Augmented Comprehensive Care model approach.
What Do We Treat?
EPIC Primary Care provides adult care for following:
Diabetic Care & Management: Eyes, kidneys, nerves face severe threat from high blood sugar levels. Even our life could be at risk to untamed blood glucose levels. Our expert practitioners make sure that your blood sugar levels are in check.
Our diabetic care and management services include proper medical records review, appropriate medicine and/or insulin dosage, regular blood sugar monitoring, daily log of blood glucose levels, customized diabetic-friendly meal plan, regular preventive health checks, self-care tips, etc.
Obesity: Obesity is a serious epidemic in the US, with more than 93.3 million US adults being clinically obese. Although many do not consider obesity a disease, it is a leading cause of various health problems, including heart diseases, diabetes, hypertension, and even cancer.
We, at EPIC Primary Care, offer you the best services to tackle obesity.
Our obesity management services include measurements of metabolism and body composition, nutritional assessment and dietary counseling, individualized exercise programs, personal training, weekly interactive personal and group education sessions, and long-term weight maintenance.
Hypertension: Hypertension can lead to many health complications including heart diseases, stroke, heart failure, and even death. We, at EPIC Primary Care, help you manage your chronic hypertension through regular tests and follow-ups, medication, customized diet plan, active lifestyle changes, stress management activities, and weight management.
To prevent and control chronic diseases, it is important that these conditions are properly addressed. With EPIC Primary Care, we make the complicated easy.
At EPIC, we have a highly-experienced team of board-certified physicians and health care experts who are trained and determined to provide personalized health care to all our patients. We believe in treating not just the symptoms but the disease as a whole. We make a smart use of innovative practices and cutting-edge technologies to ensure quick disease treatment and the fastest possible results.
What Our Patients Are Saying
Our patients are our brand advocates. Here’s what they say about us!
Any interaction I have had with Shannon (no relation) over the years has always been positive. She actually seems to care & listens. Her bedside manner is great and comforting when you are not feeling well. I usually just see who is available so the level of care drastically differs, so I was delighted it was her this time. She is a bright side to this business.
JANEL W – Patient Since 2011
Dina was awesome. She was extremely professional, helpful and nice, just like she is every other time I've seen her.
MICHAEL S – Patient Since 2018
Well I appreciate your honest scientific diagnosis and medicine. EPIC Primary care has providing my sin with doctors who have a great demeanor and do their job just right.
MANSA M – Patient Since 2019
Consult Our Experts Today!
Whether you are suffering from diabetes, obesity, hypertension, anxiety, sleep apnea, depression, or eating disorders, expert help is just a call away. Call EPIC Primary Care at 248-336-4000 (Ferndale) or 313-861-4400 (Detroit) and book an appointment with our experts today. We can help you diagnose your chronic disease condition and offer customized treatment plan for quick results and fastest possible recovery.
FAQsQ. What conditions are considered for chronic care management and complex chronic care management services?
Ans. A patient must have two or more chronic conditions that place the patient at significant risk of death, acute exacerbation/decompensation, or functional decline. Such conditions are, but not limited to, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, asthma, cancer, depression, diabetes, ischemic heart disease, and osteoporosis.Q. What does a typical adult care plan entail?
Ans. A comprehensive adult care plan consists of a list of problems, expected outcome and prognosis, measurable treatment goals, symptom management, planned interventions, medication management, community/social services ordered, coordination of other agencies and specialist services, etc. The staff at EPIC will obtain this information from the patient, the patient’s care team, and the patient’s active providers. The patient's care plan is always available to the patient’s care team.Q. What are the self-management techniques under adult care?
Ans. Self-management techniques include:
- Using your mind to manage symptoms and emotions (distraction, positive thinking, relaxation)
- Fall prevention, improving balance
- Discuss ways to maintain and improve strength, flexibility, and endurance
- Making healthy food choices
- Maintaining a healthy weight
- Effective communication with physicians, family, and friends
- Making informed treatment decisions
Ans. A healthy and balanced diet that involves special considerations for your disease is a valuable, not alternative, tool for self-management. A diet that is extreme, eliminates whole food groups, or concentrates entirely on supplements can be as destructive as the diet full of junk based on the excuse that you "deserve" these treats because you are suffering.Q. Why are so many chronic illnesses difficult to diagnose?
Ans. Chronic illnesses develop slowly over a period. Symptoms come and go, leaving patients wondering if something is wrong or if it's all in their head. When these patients finally do report symptoms to their physicians, the disease has usually been present for some time.Q. How is the treatment of chronic illness different from the treatment of acute illness?
Ans. There are three major ways in which the treatment of chronic illness and the treatment of acute illness differ. The first is the goal of treatment. The second is the difference in the relationship between medical professional and patient. The third is the ongoing responsibility of the patient for his or her own health.