Getting the flu can be an instantaneous event. Suddenly you feel just awful, and all you want to do is get in bed with lots of warm covers. Other illnesses like the common cold, or even the COVID virus comes on a little at a time over a day or so. So, peeking out from under your covers, you might ask, should I go to urgent care for flu like symptoms?Read More »Should I Go To Urgent Care For Flu-Like Symptoms?
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Most fevers are caused by infections, and they are part of our body’s response to fight off the infection. By themselves they are not typically a reason for alarm of concern, nor do they always necessitate a trip to the doctor. Deciding whether a fever needs medical care should be determined by how long the fever lasts and how high the fever is. Fever: when should you go to urgent care?Read More »Fever: When Should You Go To Urgent Care?
Most of us are familiar with the phrase raging hormones as the period of time when adolescents begin to change from a child. All manner of physical and emotional changes occur as these hormones increase during puberty, like hair growth, sexual urges, and body and voice changes. This is just one indication of how hormones affect our lives and bodies. Hormone replacement therapy is the other end of the spectrum and is needed when we lose our hormones or they become less strong during perimenopause or menopause. Keep reading if you ready to learn more about bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).Read More »Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT): What to Expect
We have all sustained cuts and lacerations from gardening, woodworking, a fall, or just making dinner. Most times we can apply some antiseptic and bandage the cut. Sometimes, however, that cut is larger and deeper than we would like. In fact, maybe it needs stitches. How do you know if that’s the case, and where should you go for treatment?Read More »Can I Go to Urgent Care for a Cut That May Need Stitches?
Besides being obsessed with practicing the best medicine that we possible can, we like to do some science too. Perhaps our patients and others might be interested in this paper of ours.Read More »Research Led by Right Choice Urgent Care
They said your life will get easier. They said you won’t have to worry about pregnancy anymore. They said this could be the best time of your life. Enjoy it, they said. You won’t have to deal with premenstrual ups and downs. Now that you’re there, you realize menopause may not be all it’s cracked up to be. Now, when is it time to consider hormone replacement therapy?Read More »When Is It Time to Consider Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Any member of your family can suddenly have a persistent cough. Most of the time this is nothing serious or of concern. However, under certain circumstances, a cough can be more than the common cold. If you are unable to see your primary care physician, an urgent care will give you the answers and treatment you need.Read More »When Should I Go to Urgent Care for a Cough?
Years ago if you sustained an injury, your only option for care was the dreaded emergency room where you might sit for hours waiting to be treated. Times have changed and so have options for your medical care. Today, there are urgent care centers just about everywhere, but should you go to urgent care for a sports injury?Read More »Should You Go To Urgent Care For A Sports Injury?
If you have ever had a urinary tract infection (UTI), you know those distinctive signs—the constant urge to pee, the pain and burning, and feeling like your bladder is still full. That’s why you search for immediate treatment to catch the UTI before it gets worse. We are here to explain why seeing an urgent care is a great option for immediate care and faster relief.Read More »Understanding UTIs and Why to Use Urgent Care
When you are injured, ill, or a child is sick with fever, it is best to seek care as soon as possible. When to go to primary care vs urgent care is dependent on several factors. The severity of the illness, how immediate is care required, and of course, availability of that care should all be included in your decision. Let’s go deeper into this question with some examples.Read More »When To Go To Primary Care vs Urgent Care