Minor illnesses.

Tick bites

Ticks, small parasites that suck blood and live almost everywhere in the outdoors. Hiking can put you at risk for a tick bite so removing them as soon as possible is important if bitten with one! The sooner we remove these pesky things from our bodies or environment - they're less likely to carry disease than those who wait fussing around looking for it before bringing out tweezers

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Things you should know before your visit

Patients with the following may be directed to another health care provider:
● Fever, swollen joints, joint pain or neurological symptoms● Flu-like symptoms● Stiff neck or facial droop

What to expect at your visit

● We will review your medical history, discuss your symptoms, examination and provide a personalized treatment plan for you.● You may need testing. Please note that additional charges apply for these tests. ● At the end of your visit, your practitioner will provide you with a summary, a receipt and educational material.

Why are tick bites dangerous?

Ticks can be a harmless annoyance or disease carrier. They don't hurt you, but their bite could give someone else an infection that would affect them for life! The reason this is important? Ticks carry some nasty stuff like Lyme Disease and Babesiosis which are both serious conditions carrying long term side effects if left untreated in time - so get treated ASAP!!

What symptoms to watch for with tick bites?

A human could contract a variety of illnesses from ticks, including Lyme disease. Symptoms that suggest you might have an infection include:aches and pains; chills with fever or rashes.
Lyme is just one illness caused by this pesky creature but it can provide those symptoms as well as other uncommon ones such as erlichia which causes joint swelling along with stiff neck etcetera

How to treat tick bites?

Ticks cause many different diseases, but the ones on this list are some of their most common. If you have a tick bite visit us so we can remove it gently for identification purposes and let your provider report any findings back to government databases who keeps track fungus-causing infections by type!