Acute Illnesses and Injuries
- Influenza and other viral illnesses
- Common cold
- Strep throat, pharyngitis, and laryngitis
- Cough, bronchitis, and pneumonia
- Asthma and reactive airway disease
- Sinusitis and allergic rhinitis
- Ear and eye infections
- Rashes and skin lesions
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
- Diarrhea and constipation
- Nausea and vomiting
- Headaches and migraines
- Dizziness and vertigo
- Dehydration requiring IV fluids
- Traumas and injuries
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Acute Illnesses and Injuries FAQs
What can I expect during my treatment for an acute illness or injury?
Because acute illnesses and injuries span a wide range of conditions and ailments, the details of a diagnosis and treatment course will vary widely from patient to patient. Following a thorough evaluation, discussion of your symptoms, review of your health history, and the ordering of any labs or imaging studies Dr. Levinskaya finds necessary, she will determine a diagnosis and recommend a customized course of treatment that is most appropriate and effective for your particular injury or illness. This may involve medications, injections, pain management solutions, antibiotics, and other methods.
When is an acute illness or injury considered an emergency?
While some acute illnesses and injuries can be seen in a routine fashion, other situations may warrant more immediate evaluation and treatment. If you or your child is experiencing severe and/or prolonged pain, a high fever for an extended period of time, profuse bleeding, protracted nausea or vomiting, loss of consciousness, difficulty breathing, blurred vision, or other symptoms of a more serious problem, visit your nearest ER or urgency care as soon as possible.
What is considered an acute illness or injury?
Some of the most common acute illnesses and injuries that can be seen and treated in our office include (but are not limited to): flu, cold, strep throat, UTIs, STDs, rashes and skin lesions, headaches and migraines, eye and ear infections, and others. We have an on-site laboratory for added convenience in getting your diagnosis and treatment started as quickly as possible so that you can get the rapid relief you deserve.