Urgent Care for General Illness: Fast Relief When You Need It

Instant Urgent Care

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General Illness

Urgent Care/ General Illness

Instant Urgent Care offers treatment for General Illness

At Instant Urgent Care, we specialize in providing the care you need, when you need it most.
Colds and viral infections attack your immune system at the most inconvenient times, and that’s where we step in. We provide convenient care for those moments when you can’t schedule an appointment with your family doctor, or you currently don’t have a primary care physician.

We treat patients with a range of non-life-threatening illnesses including, but not limited to:

  • Colds
  • Influenza (The Flu)
  • Sinus Infections
  • Sore Throat
  • Congestion
  • Earaches and Infections
  • Headaches
  • Fevers
  • Dizziness and Fainting Spells
  • Nausea, Vomiting, and Diarrhea
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Why should I consider urgent care for general illness treatment?

An urgent care center provides a great medical option for patients that need to get the care they need immediately. Whenever you need to get treatment, an urgent care center provides care for our patients at a walk-in clinic. This means that any patient can come in during their free time to get illness treatment. No appointment is needed: just come in and you’ll be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis. Simply wait and you’ll be seen in a few minutes by one of our experienced providers. In addition, an urgent care center is a more cost-effective alternative to the emergency room for minor ailments. For example, patients don’t have to expect a surprise bill at an urgent care center for minor treatment like cold and flu symptom relief. However, if you have life-threatening medical condition then make sure that you visit an ER to get treatment. For everything just visit a nearby urgent care center!

For more information about our General illness services,
please call us at (408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

Frequently Asked Questions

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1. What are general illnesses?

General illnesses, also referred to as common illnesses, are health conditions that are widespread and frequently encountered in the general population. These illnesses are typically not specific to a particular organ or system but can affect various parts of the body. Examples of general illnesses include the common cold, influenza, headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, and minor injuries. These conditions are often not severe or life-threatening but can still cause discomfort and inconvenience. 

2. What causes general diseases?

The causes of general diseases can vary widely depending on the specific illness. Some common factors contributing to general diseases include; Infections, Environmental Factors, Genetics, Lifestyle Choices, and Stress. 

3. How do I know my illness?

Recognizing your illness involves paying attention to symptoms and seeking professional medical advice. Here are steps to help identify your illness: 

 

Symptom Recognition: Take note of any unusual or persistent symptoms such as fever, pain, fatigue, or changes in bodily functions. 

 

Consult a Healthcare Professional: Schedule an appointment with a healthcare provider, such as a general practitioner or specialist, to discuss your symptoms and undergo a thorough examination. 

 

Diagnostic Tests: Depending on your symptoms, your healthcare provider may recommend diagnostic tests such as blood tests, imaging studies, or biopsies to identify the underlying cause. 

 

Medical History: Provide your healthcare provider with a detailed medical history, including any pre-existing conditions, medications, and lifestyle factors. 

4. What are common symptoms of a general illness?

General illnesses can manifest with a variety of symptoms, but some common indicators include fatigue, fever, body aches, coughing, and congestion. These symptoms are often non-specific and can be associated with a range of illnesses, such as the flu or common cold. If you experience persistent or severe symptoms, it’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Additionally, certain warning signs, such as difficulty breathing or chest pain, may require immediate medical attention.

5. Which general treatment is not covered under health insurance?

Health insurance coverage varies, and exclusions depend on the specific policy. Generally, health insurance may not cover certain treatments or services, including; Cosmetic Procedures, Experimental or Investigational Treatments, Certain Dental and Vision Procedures, Non-Prescription Medications, and Alternative Therapies.