Meet the Medical Team at Healthy Kids Pediatrics

Dr. Bain of Healthy Kids Pediatrics is privileged to have helped so many patients who suffer from complex, chronic diseases like eczema, asthma and allergies.

Since 2006 Dr. Bain has brought a more holistic approach to the treatment of children with the purpose of helping kids become healthier, not just managing their symptoms.

In keeping with her passion for holistic and truly integrative medical care, Dr. Bain has pursued additional expertise and fellowship certification through the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine as well as the Institute of Functional Medicine, in order to provide the best medical care possible for her patients.

With each passing year, more and more parents seek the assistance of Dr. Bain and her knowledge of functional medicine to develop a customized, comprehensive, interventional treatment plan that reestablishes balance and functionality and restores health to children.

Dr. Bain enjoys spending time with her patients and their families, reviewing their histories and looking at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health and complex, chronic disease.

Dr. Bain is grateful for her two excellent nurse practitioners who also use both alternative and traditional approaches to treating our patients.   

How Our Medical Team Serves Our Patients

Dr. Bain

  • Newborns
  • Well child visits ages 3-5 to develop a vaccine plan.
  • Functional medicine appointments - These are about 45-minutes per visit.
  • Lab reviews & follow ups

Nurse Practitioner Kim Andrews

  • Well child visits ages 0-18 years, with an emphasis on ages 6-18.
  • Sick appointments

Nurse Practitioner Michelle Rowton

  • Well child visits ages 0-24 months
  • Sick appointments ages 0-24 months
  • Lab reviews and follow ups

Healthy Kids Pediatrics is a holistic, pediatric practice. Our entire team utilizes alternative and
traditional approaches to healthcare. We look forward to serving our patient families.

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How To Thrive, Not Just Survive Winter! Informational Seminar

ThriveDr. Bain is hosting a FREE wellness workshop on

Saturday, November 14 
8:30 am - 11:30 am

At Healthy Cooking of Texas, LLC on El Dorado in McKinney.

Visit their website.

Julie Hornok will discuss essential oils for: 
  • Whole body wellness.
  • Raising the immune system.
  • Prepping for winter.
Dr. Bain will discuss nutrition and supplements as well as touch on homeophrophylaxis vaccines .

RSVP to officemanager@healthykidspediatrics.com.  


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Healthy Treat Options For Halloween

DID YOU KNOW? Sugar suppresses the immune system for 3 hours or more after eating.

Dr. Bain encourages our patient families to use caution with all these seasonal sweets!

We scoured the internet and found some cute healthy treat options for Halloween.

Clementine Pumpkins

Candy Corn Popcicle

Ghost String Cheese

Zuchinni Pumpkins

Frankenstein Grapes

Cutie With Fruit

String Cheese Brooms

Cutie GhostsCandy Corn Fruit -plate

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Essential Oils for Seasonal Discomfort

Lavender , Lemon And Peppermint

Lavender, Lemon and Peppermintessential oils are a powerful way to protect yourself from seasonal and environmental elements and to relieve seasonal attacks.

 

These oils help to maintain clear breathing and a healthy immune system. These three oils together can promote a healthy inflammatory response that is often present during allergy season. 

 

"I can tell you that they help my kids breathe much easier! Once you combine the three oils, they begin to work their magic and you have a wonderful, natural way of enhancing a healthy immune system." Julie Hornok, Young Living Essential Oil Distributor

 

There are several ways to use these three oils together:Kids Allergies

 

1.  Put a drop of each in the palms of our hands.  Cup your hands and have your child deeply inhale.

2.  Put 2 drops of each in your diffuser and diffuse during the day and overnight.

3.  Add 2 drops of each to a capsule and swallow.*

4.  Put 1-2 drops in your child's favorite liquid or mix into honey*

*only take oils internally that are 100% therapeutic grade, such as Young Living.

 

For more information:  julie_hornok@yahoo.com

To order:  http://yl.pe/xtf

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3 Tips For Eating Healthy With Kids While On Vacation

Pack Healthy Snacks- The family with stable blood sugar will have a much more stable vacation.Family

Ideas include bananas, apples, grapes, trail mix (Almonds, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, raisins), gluten-free cookies & pretzels, nut Butter individual packages, "baby food" pouches for the kids (the pouches filled with fruit or veggie puree), and homemade muffins.

If you are on a road trip and have room for a cooler, pack meals to include carrot and celery sticks with hummus and Applegate lunch meat and cheese.

Make Water Your Friend - It is very easy to get dehydrated while traveling, especially when you are out in the sun more than your body is used to. Keep a refillable water bottle with you, or stock your hotel refrigerator with bottles of water instead of sodas. Take it with you in your backpack, diaper bag and in your car.

Plan Ahead- Research family friendly restaurants and their menus within your road trip and at your destination. You may even want to research the local famers markets in your destination.

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