This March, it’s time to take charge of your health by celebrating National Nutrition Month! This month-long campaign is designed to help people create healthy eating and physical activity habits.
We're excited to announce that our Robbinsdale office will be relocating to Crystal, Minnesota this spring! Patient appointments will be available on May 20, 2019 at the new location.
Have you ever heard the saying “shake off the winter blues” or “seasonal depression?” Seasonal affective disorder is more common than you may think and people can suffer from it from fall until springtime. The weather can truly bring our mood down, as we tend to be cooped up when it’s cold outside.
When the seasons change, you’re also more likely to get viruses and colds, especially if you suffer from allergies. To fight seasonal depression, illness, and allergies, there are several things you can do to improve your health as the seasons begin to change. Below, we highlight our top five ways to stay healthy!
A sore throat, minor sprain, or sinus infection can derail your day. When these acute health issues inevitably arise, where can you go to get help right away? When you’re feeling ill or have a minor injury, a walk-in clinic is an ideal solution. Why? Not only do patients receive the care they need quickly—without waiting for an open appointment—but they offer familiarity, convenience, and affordability that isn’t provided at a hospital or emergency room.
When urgent medical situations occur, knowing where to go is key to saving time, money, and ease of mind. Let’s explore how to pick the right walk-in clinic by addressing these 7 questions you may be wondering.
When thinking about where to go for your healthcare needs, choosing an emergency room over a clinic can often be a tough decision, especially if you’re not experiencing an emergency or requiring surgery. Today, independent clinics offer more for their patients than just annual well visits. As clinics provide a wide range of convenience, we highlight our top five reasons why you should go to an independent clinic over an emergency room when you’re not feeling well.