Weight loss treatment and management, both via medications and other treatment plans can go a long way in helping those who struggle in maintaining a healthy weight. These medications and interventions are aimed toward reducing excess body fat and curbing future weight gain by acting as appetite suppressants.
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Upper respiratory infections (URI) are infections that take place in the upper respiratory tract. Patients with URI experience multiple symptoms, such as chest congestion, sneezing, runny nose, dry or wet coughing, fever, and more. Sore throat and headaches are also common symptoms of these conditions, which can be managed and treated fairly easily.
Tooth abscess are infections, which can be treated rapidly via oral antibiotics. If you are unable to see a dentist, and need to manage the pain and discomfort caused by these infections, the oral antibiotics our team members will prescribe can help. These medications will manage your pain and infections levels, helping your tooth heal till you can visit the dentist.
Since we are not dentistry specialists, we cannot take on patients with severe infection symptoms such as pus, pain, fever, and facial swelling.
Strep throat (pharyngitis) is a bacterial infection. It leads to patients developing a sore, painful throat, and the formation of small nodules in your throat, in addition to a cough. Can’t tell if you have strep throat? You can check the back of your throat in a mirror. Redness and/or white spots, indicate that you have strep throat and should reach out to us.
Also known as Sinusitis, sinus infections refer to swelling or inflammation of the tissue that lines the sinuses. When the sinuses are blocked, the germs and fluid in them can cause infections. Treatment leads to quick improvements in comfort and alleviates pain.
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Also known as Herpes Zoster, shingles refers to a viral infection that causes a rash (usually on one side of the body), with associated nerve pain. The condition comes from the Varicella Zoster virus – the virus that also leads to chickenpox. Treatment aims to control the infection and reduce the pain and inflammation.
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Seasonal allergies are also known as hay fever. They refer to allergy symptoms that occur at particular points in the year. The causes are typically the release of mold spores, as well as the release of pollen to fertilize other plants. The symptoms include sneezing, itching, congestion, and more.
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Rashes refer to any red eruption of the skin, leading to itchiness and irritation. Both rashes and irritations are symptoms of different conditions, such as allergies and eczema. Treatment typically involves antifungal and viral medication, topical ointments, and more.
Pink eye (or conjunctivitis) refers to an inflammation of the conjunctiva, a transparent, lubricating layer covering the eyeball that’s under the surface of the eyelid. Symptoms include itchiness, reddening of the white part of the eye, and watering.
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Pain relief consultations typically begin with an attempt to narrow down the cause and kind of pain patients are experiencing. Pain comes in many forms, such as headaches, joint inflammation, menstrual cramps, fractures, and more. Treatment is tailored accordingly.
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