Blog Archive

6 Tips for Better Managing Asthma Jun 26th, 2020

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that makes it difficult for you to breathe. At Primary Care Walk-in Medical Clinic, the skilled physicians understand how frightening an asthma attack can be. They provide urgent care services to restore your breathing ability and protect your respiratory health. The Primary Care Walk-in Medical Clinic...

Why Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections are Most Common in Women and Seniors May 22nd, 2020

Urinary tract infections can develop in anyone at any time. However, recurrent infections may become a problem for women and the elderly. At Primary Care & Walk-In Medical Clinic, the skilled team of physicians offers comprehensive care for people of all ages suffering from discomfort and pain of a urinary tract infection. The...

5 Tips to Avoid Headache and Migraine Triggers Mar 16th, 2020

While pain from migraines and headaches often seem to come out of nowhere, you may be unaware of the many triggers in your environment that are contributing to your condition. At Primary Care Walk-In Medical Clinic, the experienced medical team often diagnoses and treats pain relating to recurrent headaches and...

Hormone Replacement Therapy: A Solution for Your Debilitating Menopausal Symptoms Feb 24th, 2020

The symptoms associated with the hormone fluctuations of menopause can be overwhelming and even debilitating for some women.   The medical team at Primary Care Walk-In Medical Clinic, located in Gilbert and Fountain Hills, Arizona, understands the impact menopause-related symptoms have on your quality of life and offers treatment solutions, including...

5 Tips to Reduce the Risk of Falls as You Age Jan 4th, 2020

If you’re worried about falling, you aren’t alone. Over one in three men and women age 65 and up fall each year, making it the leading cause of injury in older adults. But just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean it’s only a matter of time before you fall too....

Botox: A Quick and Effective Holiday Pick-Me-Up Dec 3rd, 2019

With the holidays fast approaching, your days are packed with activities: planning and attending parties, shopping for gifts, visiting with family and friends … the list seems endless. During the most festive time of year, it’s natural to want to look and feel your best. But with all the busyness...

Who Needs an STD Test and How Often? Nov 1st, 2019

Even with safe sex practices and proper condom usage, the World Health Organization estimates that nearly one million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are acquired each day. The good news is that many of these cases are easily detected and easily treated.  Because routine STD testing plays a...

Why You Need a Flu Shot Every Year Oct 1st, 2019

If you’ve ever had the flu you know how miserable it is, literally knocking you off your feet for days with a fever, coughing, sore throat, and body aches. But do you fully understand the medical risks involved?  According to the CDC, the 2017-18 flu season saw 900,000 people hospitalized...

The Importance of Routine Mammograms Sep 1st, 2019

Mammograms remain the most important tool for diagnosing breast cancer in its earliest stages for most women, yet many women skip their routine mammogram appointments or avoid having them altogether. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to mark that event, we’re dedicating this post to raising awareness about...

How Infertility Affects Your Mental Health Aug 20th, 2019

For many couples, bringing a baby into the world is a joyous occasion. However, as many as 15% of couples in the United States struggle to conceive after 12 months of trying. While it may seem as though there’s a lot of fun in trying to get pregnant, when you...

Back to School Tips for Kids With Asthma and Allergies Aug 8th, 2019

Sneezing, wheezing, coughing, and misery associated with asthma and allergies can disrupt your child’s learning. They may miss a lot of days due to these symptoms and even if they do make it in, may have trouble concentrating due to feeling poorly. At Primary Care Walk, we want to help...