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Sports, School, Employment Physicals
Get ready for school with an annual physical, we can provide a full physical exam so you don’t miss out on fun after-school activities.
Be prepared for your new job with a pre employment physical, come in and see us for a sports physical to ensure that you’re ready when the coach calls your name!
Allergies symptoms may include:
- Itchy Eyes
- Runny Nose
Do you have a cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, or headaches? If these symptoms persist for more than 3 days, you should seek medical attention. If you are experiencing a fever greater than 100.4°F, you should seek medical attention immediately. Call 911 if you:
- Are experiencing chest pain or discomfort
- Are experiencing shortness of breath
- Are feeling faint or have fainted
- Are experiencing excruciating headaches or confusion
If you are experiencing the symptoms of a cold coupled with chills, body aches, and/or fatigue, you may have the flu. You should seek medical attention for treatment as soon as possible.
Symptoms include shortness of breath, tightness or pain in the chest, and/or wheezing or whistling when inhaling. If you are experiencing these symptoms, you should seek medical treatment as soon as possible.
Pink eye is characterized by redness and swelling of the surface of the eye, as well as discharge from the eye. Styes are characterized by a raised painful bump, often near the inner corner of the eye. Both conditions can be caused by bacterial or viral infection, allergies, or environmental irritants such as smoke or chemicals.
Shingles is a rash that is caused by the same virus as chickenpox (varicella-zoster), and is characterized as a painful rash that appears on one side of your body in a band. The chickenpox virus can get reactivated by physical or emotional stress and present itself as shingles. Those with a weakened immune system are at a greater risk of experiencing shingles. If you experience numbness or burning in an area that is followed by a rash, it may be shingles and should be treated as soon as possible, as early treatment yields the best results. If you experience shingles in the eye, go to the hospital right away.
Head lice is a parasitic insect that is commonly seen among school-age children and adults living under the same roof. It is very contagious and spread by direct contact. Head lice is found in the head, near the scalp and is not related to personal hygiene. Head lice is typically accompanied by lots of itching of the scalp, and visible eggs and insects which are very small and white in color. It is best to seek treatment as soon as head lice is noted to be present to minimize contagiousness and discomfort.
Vaginal discharge in women is oftentimes normal, but can also be caused by several types of infection or sexually transmitted diseases. We can provide additional testing if you are experiencing vaginal discharge, especially if it is foul smelling, yellow or green in color, or thick. While you wait to be seen by them, however, our providers are able to begin treatment to alleviate the symptoms.
If you are experiencing vaginal or penile discharge, pain/burning during urination, or a rash on your genitals, these may be symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease (STD). We can provide further testing here, especially since it is possible and not uncommon to be infected with more than one STD. While you wait for those test results, our providers can assist in getting your symptoms alleviated.
Cold sores are sores typically appearing outside the lips and mouth and can also be known as fever blisters. Signs of an oncoming cold sore can sometimes include feeling tingling or numbness on the lips before the cold sore appears. Cold sores are a contagious viral infection which is caused by the HSV vius and can be caught by using contaminated razors, towels, or kissing someone with an active HSV viral infection.
If you experience the following symptoms, you may have a urinary tract infection (UTI)
- Burning sensation when urinating
- Feeling of pressure on your lower abdomen
- Foul smelling or cloudy urine
- Intense urge to urinate with only a small amount of urine coming out when you urinate
UTIs are very common in woman, with many having repeat infections. Men, typically older in age and due to an enlarging prostate, can also experience UTI.
Acne is seen in many people including adults, though it is most commonly seen in teenagers and young adults. Acne has various triggers, with the most common being hormonal changes or conditions, medications, and intolerance to certain products used on the face or body. Acne is most commonly seen on the face, but can also be present on the body, most often seen on the back. Acne can be treated by oral or topical antibiotics and medications.
Scabies is a skin condition caused by a human itch mite, and can cause severe itching accompanied by a characteristic rash. Scabies is typically transmitted by person to person contact, and are most commonly seen on the breasts or genitals, on the waist line, between the fingers, and in the wrist, elbow or knees.
Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection of the skin which can affect any area of the feet, but most commonly begins between the toes. Athlete’s foot can be contagious and is typically spread by towels, clothing, socks, and/or contaminated flooring.
Symptoms of athlete’s foot are:
- Redness or inflammation of areas of the feet
- Burning sensation or itching between the toes
- Scaly rash or cracked skin on the feet, especially between the toes
Dandruff is caused by excessive shedding of the scalp, possibly caused by an overgrowth of the fungus Malassezia. One of the telltale signs of dandruff is lots of white flakes on your clothing, especially concentrated on the shoulder area. Dandruff can be caused by inflammation of the scalp which also causes an itchy, red rash.
Generally, hair loss has been considered a male issue, but it’s becoming more of a concern for women also. Anyone experiencing thinning hair on the scalp is a good candidate for PRP Therapy for Hair Restoration. Researchers have been able to re-grow hair in balding patients with a series of injections known as Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP). Studies have noted that PRP has been found to have a positive effect on male and female pattern hair loss without major adverse side effects.
Male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) happens as hormone levels
change over time. Finasteride is an FDA approved treatment for male
pattern baldness. The American Hair Loss Association also recommends
Finasteride as a first line treatment for men experiencing baldness. The
way Finaseride works is by lowering Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) levels in
the scalp. DHT is responsible for miniaturizing hair follicles, which
eventually leads to baldness. Finasteride can reduce DHT by 60% which
has proven in clinical trials to stop the progression of hair loss by 86% with
men taking the Finasteride 1mg daily dose. Participants (65%) in the trial
had substantial increase of hair growth. Contact our office or simply use our
Telemedicine application to get your prescription of Finasteride today!
KID’S HEALTH (AGES 4 AND UP)
Shingles – 12 and Up
Head Lice: UTI – Female 12 and UP
Rashes: Rashes are common in infants and children and can be indicators of several conditions or allergies.
Poison Ivy: Uroshiol oily resin is highly allergenic to the skin, and can be caused by exposure to poison ivy, poison oak, or poison sumac. The rash can also be caused by indirect exposure such as through tools, clothing, or pets. While some people will not develop an allergic reaction, the majority of people, about 85%, will develop a rash.
Psoriasis: Raised patches of reddish, scaly skin that may itch are caused by a non-contagious chronic skin disease known as psoriasis. Psoriasis can commonly occur behind the ears, in the elbows, back, and knees.
Ringworm: Ringworm presents itself as a patch of skin that is red, itchy, and scaly with a raised border and a lighter rash in the center. Ringworm is caused by fungus that lives in the soil and is contagious, spreading by contact with infected animals or another person with ringworm.
Ringworm can also be spread by using dirty items such as toys for children and gym equipment for adults.
Using medications can double your chance of giving up cigarette smoking for good. Prescription medications can also be used together with nicotine replacement therapy such as nicotine gum or patches. You can begin your journey to a smoke-free life today.
TNC Walk In Clinic
5416 Town n Country Blvd Tampa, FL 33615
Toll Free: 800-607-4552
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