Sport Physical FAQs

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Overall health and well-being is important for everyone. For athletes, being in prime health is particularly important. Athletes exert a tremendous amount of energy, require strength, and need to have endurance if they’re going to succeed at their sport. That’s why, in order to participate in a sport – whether it’s:

  • baseball
  • basketball
  • football
  • wrestling
  • soccer
  • any other sport

An Omaha sport physical is important.

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Take These Signs of Dehydration Seriously


Signs of Dehydration Urgent Care Clinics Omaha & Bellevue Nebraska

Everyone knows that in order to stay healthy and feel good, you need to keep your body properly hydrated. When your body is not provided with enough fluids it will not work properly. Dehydration occurs when you are losing more fluids than you are taking in. A common cause of dehydration occurs when it is hot outside and you sweat a lot. Another frequent cause is when you have an illness with symptoms like diarrhea or vomiting.

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Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care Omaha: Differences, Costs & Options

Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care Omaha: Differences, Costs & Options

Knowing where to go for treatment after an illness or accident can sometimes be tricky, especially when your primary care physician may not be available for consultation.  Some of these conditions may not need outside care, some may need “urgent” care, while others may need “emergency” care.

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Symptoms and Treatment for Insect Bite and Stings

Treating Mosquito and Bug Bites

Most of the time, an insect bite is not going to do much more than be a nuisance. Bug bites might cause some redness, swelling, and itching, but these symptoms usually go away fairly quickly. However, there are some reactions that are potentially dangerous, depending on how the body reacts to the venom of the insect.
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Treating Seasonal Allergies at Omaha Urgent Care

seasonal allergies at Omaha Urgent Care

There’s nothing better than getting outside to enjoy the longer, warmer days of spring or the crispness of fall’s fresh air. But at the first sight of blooming flowers or changing foliage, instead of getting out, allergy sufferers shut themselves inside.

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When to Seek Care for a Burn?

When to seek care for a burn? Urgent Care Omaha

When to Seek Care for a Burn?

Treatment of burns are decided based on location, depth, size of burn, types of burns, burned areas and person’s age.

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Common Pediatric Injuries

Common Pediatric Injuries Urgent Care Omaha

Pediatric injuries tend to come from activities in which kids participate. Pediatric emergency room visits include suffocating, ingestion of chemicals, severe burns, choking and fractures.  Among the most common injuries treated in an urgent care include head injuries, fractures, and burns.

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Swimmer’s Ear

Swimmer’s Ear urgent care clinic

Swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) is an infection in the outer ear canal, which runs from the eardrum in the inner ear to the outside of one’s ear. It gets its name because it is commonly caused by water that remains in the ear canal after swimming or bathing. That moisture can create an environment conducive for bacterial growth.

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How to Get Rid of Pink Eye

Pink eye omaha urgent care

Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is typically harmless even though it is highly contagious. As long as the infection is treated promptly and correctly, it should not lead to any permanent problems. Here are some of the symptoms of the condition as well as treatment options.

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Prevent Urinary Tract Infection

Prevent urinary tract infection

A urinary tract infection – or UTI – is any infection that affects some part of the urinary tract. The urinary tract meanwhile is the path that your urine takes through the body, and includes the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, and the urethra. Therefore, the symptoms of a UTI can vary quite significantly depending on which part of the tract has been affected.

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