June, 2019

Preparing for Camp: Last Minute Physicals and Vaccinations

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Summer is a very busy time of year, especially if you have children and work outside the home. It is very easy for dates to sneak up on you and catch you unprepared. Due to insurance purposes and other concerns, most summer camps require that your child is up to date on vaccinations as well as have a complete physical. When it’s the day before camp and you discover you’ve forgotten about these important requirements, it can lead to a panic.

Most Camps Start on the Weekend

Most camps start on the weekend. And if you don’t realize until Thursday afternoon or Friday night that your child leaves for camp on Saturday, you likely aren’t going to be able to get in to see your regular doctor. Our urgent care clinic is able to get you in on the same day, so that you can take care of the physical and vaccinations and get home to pack. 


Why You Should Seek Treatment After an Auto Accident

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Many auto accidents result in only minor damage, and no one will appear to be seriously injured. Often, people make the mistake of not seeking medical treatment after a minor accident because no injuries are visible or causing pain. However, there are several reasons that you should seek treatment even if you feel fine.

The Rush of Adrenaline

When you are in an auto accident, your body goes into survival mode, releasing high amounts of adrenaline. Adrenaline naturally suppresses pain receptors. This means that you could have a serious injury such as a fracture, but not have any pain or indication of the injury. It can take two to three days for the adrenaline to wear down to the point that you begin to notice your symptoms.


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