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Urgent Care Yeast Infection Visit

Deeper Look: Can You Go to Urgent Care for a Yeast Infection?

April 27, 2018


"Can you go to urgent care for a yeast infection?" you ask. Of course, you can! Yeast infections are common, and most urgent care centers are equipped to treat them. You don't always need to go to urgent care for a yeast infection, though. While it's always best to err on the side of caution with any medical problem, we should discuss what yeast infections are, and when they need medical ...

Choosing An Urgent Care

Tips for Deciding What Urgent Care to Go to

April 16, 2018

When you need urgent care, you need the best urgent care. Therefore, deciding which urgent care to go to is incredibly important. A lot of factors need to be considered, not the least of which is the proximity of the facility. Tips for Deciding What Urgent Care to Go to Deciding which urgent care you want to go to seems easier than deciding, for example, your primary care physician. You need to ...

Rapid Med Urgent Care

Putting The “Rapid” In Rapid Med Urgent Care

April 9, 2018


We're known as Rapid Med for a reason — our service is quick. Putting the rapid in Rapid Med Urgent Care takes a lot of work, though. Here are a few things that we do for our clients, which you may want to take advantage of. Our goal is always to provide the most efficient care possible, and these things help us do that. Putting The "Rapid" In Rapid Med Urgent Care A lot of work has gone into ...

Urgent Care Spring Health Concerns

Spring Health Concerns, and What to Do About Them

April 2, 2018


There are many spring health concerns, though the season isn't quite as harsh as winter. There are lots of things in the air, with pollen and a desire to go outside being the most dominant. This leads to a lot of running, but very little breathing. Spring is the favorite time of year for many, but the weather is something to watch out for. Spring Health Concerns While very few Spring health ...

Urgent Care Sleep

Stay Sleeping: Why Keeping Your Sleep Schedule is Important Across Seasons

December 1, 2017


When winter comes, it can take its toll on us in many ways. Many people are quick to blame the snow and cold weather for their troubles. The winter air is bitter at best, and it’s reasonable to not want to go out. We can fight this easily, by occupying ourselves within our own home. However, winter can bring on a host of issues that are harder to diagnose. As the sun starts to go down ...

Neck Strength/Power in Concussion Prevention

In further articles coming shortly I will be discussing other potential concussion prevention techniques, some that we have discussed briefly on this blog before. Today I want to say a few words about neck strength, size and power and how it relates to the incidence of concussion. My opinions are just that, opinions, but they are based on personal observation(anecdotal admittedly) while treating ...

Reflections and Updates from Spring and Summer Concussion Conferences

I have had both the pleasure and good fortune the first half of this year to attend four symposiums and conferences on the diagnoses and management of mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI or concussion). I had the opportunity to listen, learn and interact with the premier researchers and leaders in this exploding area of science, from the perspectives of Sports Medicine Physicians, PhD. level ...

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