What Doctors Treat

What Doctors Treat

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Urgent Care

• Allergies
• Back Pain
• Bronchitis and Pneumonia
• Cellulitis and Skin Infections
• Colds, Coughs, Congestion
• Conjunctivitis
• Headache / Migraine
• Influenza
• Rashes and Skin Conditions
• Sinus Infections
• Sports Injuries
• Sprains and bruises
• Urinary Tract Infections
• Vomiting and Diarrhea

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Medical Advice

• Am I experiencing a medical emergency?
• Can I take these medications together?
• Can you help me when my doctor is out of town?
• Do I need a specialist?
• Is this a side effect of a medication or another issue?
• Night and Weekend Medical questions
• Should I go to the ER or Urgent Care?
• What can I expect with my new medication?

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Labs & Screening

• STDs
• Anemia
• Cardiovascular
• Chronic disease
• Diabetes
• Drug levels
• Inflammation
• Fatigue
• Fertility
• Thyroid disease
• Immunodeficiency Workup
• Vaccine Titers
• Vitamin deficiencies

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Chronic Conditions

• Allergy & Asthma
• Obesity
• High Blood Pressure
• High Cholesterol
• Metabolic Syndrome
• Pre-Diabetes / Diabetes
• Stress Management
• Thyroid

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Preventive Medicine

• Smoking Cessation
• Metabolic Syndrome
• Mood Disorder Screening
• Weight Loss Counseling

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Women’s and Men’s Health

• Acne
• Family planning / Preconception counseling
• Menopause / PMS
• Prenatal Counseling
• Prostate Cancer Risk Counseling
• Sexual Dysfunction
• Urinary Tract Infections
• Vaginal and Yeast Infections

What Doctors don’t treat

While doctors are able to treat many of the top conditions for which you need to see a doctor, there are some conditions that we don’t treat. Please see an in-person doctor or hospital if you experience any of the following:

• Traumatic brain or spinal cord injury
• Chest pain and/or numbness
• Vomiting or coughing blood
• Lacerations
• Loss of consciousness
• Multiple broken bones
• Severe burns
• Pediatric ear infections

Also, doctors are unable to write prescriptions for controlled substances such as codeine or oxycodone. Please see a doctor in person if you require medication classified as a controlled substance.

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