WE TREAT THE FOLLOWING:

  1. Allergies

Your body may usually react to harmless substances which include food, pets, pollen, mold and latex, drugs, and insects. This is your immune system responding to foreign substances, which are called allergens.

Symptoms of having an allergic reaction are the following but not limited to runny nose, itching, rashes, swelling or fatigue.

Allergies usually vary from minor to severe. Anaphylaxis is a serious, life-threatening response that can lead to difficulty of breathing, lightheadedness and loss of consciousness.  If you’re having these symptoms, seek medical help immediately. Doctors identify allergies by using skin and blood testing.

  1. Minor burns

A minor burn causes thermal, chemical, electrical or radiation exposure to the surface underlying skin layer. It may lead to discomfort with swelling, pain and blisters. Minor burns have 3 degrees such as; first degree burns (superficial burns), second degree burns (partial thickness burns), third degree burns (full thickness burns). There are several treatments that should be applied to the patient depending on what type of degree the burns are addressed.

  1. Ear Pain

With children and adults, ear pains may commonly occur. One ear or both ears may be affected, but it’s in one ear most of the time. Fever and temporary hearing loss may occur if you have an ear infection. The tubes in your middle ear may be blocked by a cold, allergies, or a sinus infection.

  1. Ear wax removal

Due to excess earwax, physicians examine the ear enabling them to remove it using a tiny, curved device called ‘curet or suction’. This is to soften and eliminate the earwax for a clean canal. The most common cause is the use of cotton swabs that push the wax deeper into the ear canal.

  1. Sinus infections

Sinus infections occur when fluid accumulates on the air filled pockets in the face that allow bacteria to proliferate. A sinus infection that is medicamente known as rhinosinusitis happens when your nasal canals develop infection or clogged. Several treatments may be suggested by our doctors depending on what works well for a patient. Warm compresses and antibiotics can be prescribed as a treatment for the sinus infection.

  1. Sore throat

Infections or environmental reasons, such as dry air, cause most sore throats. While a sore throat may be unpleasant, burning, dry, and scratchy, it normally goes away. Sore throats are categorized into kinds, based on their affected portion of the throat; pharyngitis, tonsillitis, laryngitis. Sores due to an infection normally improve by themselves for 1-7 days. Consult a doctor for more serious symptoms.

  1. Mild dehydration

Dehydration occurs if the body has less fluids than it requires. Your body can’t work correctly without enough water. Depending on how much fluid you lack, you may have moderate, mild or severe dehydration. By sweating, breathing, urinating, and pooping as well as through tears and saliva it is natural to lose fluids every day. Normally you restore the lost liquid by drinking water and other liquids containing water. You can be dehydrated if you lose too much water or do not drink or eat enough.

  1. Common viral infections

One of the most common viral infections are flu, cold and warts. Viruses like Ebola, HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 are the diseases that are severe. They enter living cells and generate new viruses within humans. These infections such as bacterial infection are caused by bacteria, while viral infections are caused by viruses. Antibiotics are required by our doctors as it kills bacteria.

  1. Minor muscle strains

A torn muscle may feel slightly rigid, yet flexible enough to be used in a modest tension. When the muscle is badly ripped, a significant muscular strain occurs. Which leads to extremely minimal discomfort and mobility. In a matter of weeks symptoms of minor to severe muscular strains generally heal completely. Prior to a physical exercise, it is important to adequately warm up.

  1. Cold and flu symptoms

Common coldness is caused by viruses, including chest cold and head cold, and seasonal flu. To alleviate symptoms like sore throat, runny nose, congestion and cough, use over-the-counter cold medicines. Flu-like symptoms may include fever, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, body or muscular pains, headaches, and tiredness.

  1. Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections are common infections occurring when bacteria typically get into the urethra via the skin or rectum and infect the urinary system. Either the urethra, ureters, bladder and kidneys can affect all parts of the urinary system. Symptoms generally include urination, urination, and discomfort in your side or lower back. symptoms include urination. Usually Urinary tract infections may be antibiotically treated.

  1. Bronchitis

In their bronchitis, the air passages connecting mouth with nose with the lungs have swelling and inflammation. Cough, wheezing, and breathing difficulties are signs of bronchitis. People may also have difficulties releasing their airways of thick mucus or phlegm. Acute or chronic bronchitis could be possible. Acute bronchitis typically clears itself, but persistent chronic bronchitis never clears up. Prevention of smoking can help to avoid this virus.

  1. Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an infection caused by bacteria, viruses, or bacteria that could either affect one or both lungs. Viral pneumonia and bacterial pneumonia may spread to others by sneezing or coughing airborne droplets. This form of pneumonia is also possible by getting direct encounter with surfaces or items infected with bacteria or viruses that cause pneumonia. This may spread from one person to another. Pneumonia causes inflammation of air sacs that are called alveoli in your lungs. The alveoli are filled with fluid or pus, which makes breathing difficult for a person.

  1. STDs Treatment

Sexually transmitted diseases are infectious and severe.  If the treatment begins soon enough, bacterial STDs can be cured of antibiotics. You cannot cure Viral STDs but you can handle the disease through medication. STD has an antibiotic that may cure numerous bacterial and parasite sexually transmitted illnesses such as gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia and trichomoniasis in a single dose.

  1. Muscle strain, Sprain

The main distinction between a sprain and the strain is because a sprain injures the tissue bands connecting two bones. A strain causes harm to the muscle or tissue bands attached to a bone by the muscle. Most sprains and stresses feel better after 2 weeks. Avoid harsh exercises, including jogging for up to eight weeks, which might lead to further injury. Serious sprains and stresses may take weeks or months to function normally. Sprains  include discomfort, swells, contusions and the absence of a joint.

  1. Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails develop when your nails grow into the skin or in the corners. Pain, redness, inflammation and even infection could be the outcome. The ingrown typically hurts your large toe. Ingrown nails can be treated at home. But there are instances that require medical care for it. If you have diabetes or any other diseases it can cause poor circulation. Your doctor can treat steps to reduce your discomfort and to avoid serious problems in the future if your pain is worsening.

  1. Laceration

This may be in various types of ways. The skin might be open, sliced off, teared or split. It can hurt, bleed, bleed, or inflate. In specific parts of the body like the scalp, it may bleed extensively. Laceration could be caused by sharp object damage or force impact injury. It may happen anywhere on the body.

  1. Incision and Drainage (I&D)

A pus gathering in the bodily tissue. The incision is the cut to the abscess. Drainage refers to the discharge of the body’s pus. This technique can mainly discharge an abscess immediately under the skin. The majority of abscess patients should be incised and drained, because antibiotic therapy is not adequate only on its own.

  1. Nail infection

Toenail is an infection that comes into your nail through cracking or skin wounds. The nail may  change color or get thicker. It can hurt as well. Due to the frequently warm and damp toes, there is a good growth of fungi. Various fungus types and yeasts sometimes infect various sections of the nail. Left without treatment, an infection may spread to other toenails, skin or fingernails. You’re going to want a doctor to inspect your toenail.

  1. Oral thrush

You may have a condition known as thrush if you detect a weird white rash within your mouth. Oral thrush is often harmless. It is prevalent in infants and elderly with dentures. Medicine purchased from a drugstore can be readily treated. The inner part of your cheeks and mouth may have growth of thrush that is white or yellowish bumps. These bumps are usually treated.

  1. Yeast infection

Vaginal yeasts, also known as vulvovaginal candidiasis, occur when the healthy yeast that usually dwells in your vagina can not regulate it. It commonly leads to itching and some other signs of irritation. There are two ways to cure a simple infection with the yeast, which could be vaginal direct therapy or oral therapy. The usage of vaginal long dose therapy or a multi-dose oral formula will involve complex yeast infection treatments. Immediately see your doctor for them to examine the complication.

22. Upper Respiratory Infection (URI)