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  • Acute Care

    General overview of the service:

    Acute diseases are typically those of rapid onset and last a brief time. We have the equipment and resources necessary for acute care treatment.

    We are able to provide treatment and management of non-life-threatening acute diseases including headache, pink eye, cold and allergy symptoms, sore throat, sinus infection, cough, abdominal pain, bladder infection, and rash.

    How the service is done:

    Our office hours are set to accommodate the needs of your family. If you or a child experiences symptoms of these and other non-life-threatening medical problems, you may make an appointment or simply “walk in” and the doctor will see you as soon as possible.

    Acute Care

    What methods are used:

    These are symptoms of common acute illnesses. When you notice these symptoms, it’s time to see a doctor for a diagnosis, as the condition may require treatment.

    Symptoms of common acute problems include:

    Abdominal pain – Pain that occurs between the chest and pelvic regions; can be crampy, achy, dull, intermittent or sharp.

    Bladder infection – Pain and burning with urination, lower belly pain, fever, chills, vomiting.

    Cold and allergy symptoms – Cough, sore throat, stuffy nose, sneezing, itchy eyes. Severe colds can cause fever and body aches.

    Cough – Dry cough (without phlegm) and wheezing may be caused by a cold, sinus infection, acute bronchitis, pneumonia, whooping cough, asthma and environmental allergies.

    Headache –Blurry vision, nausea, vomiting, fever, neck pain, sensitivity to light and noise. May occur occasionally or become chronic. Muscle tension headaches are most common. Other headache causes include fever, head injury, viral infections, sinusitis and migraine headaches.

    Pink eye –Pink or red discoloration of eye whites, pain, itching, burning, gritty feeling, watery discharge or pus.

    Sinus infection – Thick nasal discharge, pressure/pain around eyes and face, headache, congestion, post-nasal drip, fever, cough.

    Sore throat –Pain in the throat, typically caused by inflammation due to a cold or other virus.

    Are there any side-effects:

    Prescription and over-the-counter medications have side effects. Your doctor or pharmacist should explain these to you.

    Follow-up treatments or next steps:

    Your doctor will advise you on any follow-up appointments or next steps that are necessary.