- Allergies including rhinitis
- Oral thrush
- Eye Injections whether bacterial, allergic and viral
- Skin conditions including dermatitis (atopic, eczema, allergic and contact)
- Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea)
- Acid Reflux & gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
- Cold sores (herpes labialis
- Urticaria and insect bites and hives
- Lyme Disease prevention after insect bites
- Muscle sprains and strains
- Uncomplicated Urinary tract infections (UTI) and "bladder infections"
Minimal treatment and self-care considerations are usually required for minor ailments. Therefore hopefully alleviating the stress on our healthcare system.
Additional criteria include:
- short-term condition
- Blood work isn't usually required
- Treatment is considered low risk
- Follow-up is minimal or short-term
- Must be uncomplicated in nature: depending on medications and medical histories, patients may still have to see a physician or nurse practitioner.
More information will be available as we learn more!
Got questions? E-mail our pharmacists today!