Our goal is to help you identify these unique nutritional or digestive needs and assist you to make better choices that positively affect your health.

Biochemical Body Types

Each of the four Biochemical Types is born with specific traits such as the way they are shaped, their typical food cravings, and common symptoms resulting from a specific over-stimulated endocrine gland, as well as the powerful energy and drive they feel when they are in balance.  Use this exciting and innovative system for bringing about a real health Transformation! Look inside to learn about each of the four biochemical types. Discover which one best describes your body type! (more…)

Stress Management

Occasional acute stress is to be expected and can be effectively handled by the healthy body. However chronic stress that is not dealt with or managed properly can lead to a variety of physical dysfunctions. Many people associate stress as a normal constituent of day-to-day lite end are oblivious to the repercussions of triggering a chronic sympathetic nervous response. Compromised digestion and a depressed immune system are two major health risks associated with chronic stress that have a serious impact on overall health and wellness. Chronic stress is often the underlying cause of many of your patient’s health challenges.*

Product Benefits

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** Testing or monitoring of hormone levels is advised with glandular/ nutritional hormone therapies.

More Info It’s not uncommon for kids to suffer injuries during athletic competition. While some require minor treatments, others demand quick care from emergency medical personnel. To make sure you are prepared for common mishaps associated with spring sports, here’s what you should know about the difference between an emergency and a non-life or limb threatening injury. What Qualifies as a non-life or limb threatening injury? From sprains to cuts to slight fractures, there are all sorts of injuries that can occur during youth sporting activities. Most of the time, these can be treated at PhysicianOne Urgent Care, which can provide x-rays and high-quality urgent medical care. PhysicianOne Urgent Care can treat minor lacerations, infected wounds, tendonitis and puncture wounds, which require the removal of small foreign objects. What Is a Sports Injury Emergency? While many injuries require minor medical attention, others are serious problems, requiring emergency medical attention. If your child experiences chest pain, a head injury, uncontrolled bleeding, a severe bone break, or any sensations that could indicate a stroke or cardiac event, you should visit your local emergency room right away. If, on the other hand, your child endures a bone fracture, sprain or small laceration that requires stitches or staples, PhysicianOne Urgent Care can offer fast, expert medical attention without the high costs associated with emergency rooms. Know Where to Go While every parent hopes for a safe, rewarding sports season, accidents do occur. That’s why it’s so important to have a seamless plan of action in case an unexpected injury requires timely medical care. Whether you need x-rays, lab services or IV, or spring sports or summer camp physicals PhysicianOne Urgent Care is here to provide timely, affordable service from our expert staff of seasoned medical professionals. Contact us at 1.855.349.2828, or stop in for a convenient, walk-in appointment. If you’re looking to save some time, find a location near you and check-in online today! Caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, Lyme disease is passed to humans from the bite of infected black-legged ticks. Typically no larger than a small seed, these ticks tend to climb plants and grass, where they wait for a host. Once an animal or human passes by, the tick affixes itself to the host, so it can draw blood for nourishment. As it does, an infected tick may then transmit Borrelia burgdorferi into the host’s bloodstream. What Causes it? Caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, Lyme disease is passed to humans from the bite of infected black-legged ticks. Typically no larger than a small seed, these ticks tend to climb plants and grass, where they wait for a host. Once an animal or human passes by, the tick affixes itself to the host, so it can draw blood for nourishment. As it does, an infected tick may then transmit Borrelia burgdorferi into the host’s bloodstream. You can reduce your risk of getting Lyme disease by using insect repellant and wearing long sleeves and long pants tucked into socks when walking through wooded areas. That said, sometimes even the best precautions aren’t enough to prevent tick bites. What Are the Symptoms? Lyme disease causes several telltale symptoms, including headache, fatigue, fever and joint pain. When treatment is sought at PhysicianOne Urgent Care and antibiotic medications are administered in a timely fashion, people tend to get better without complications. When treatments are delayed, however, a person can suffer serious health problems, including irregular heartbeat, severe muscle pain, single joint pain and swelling, memory loss, paralysis, cognitive issues and weakness of the facial muscles. Getting Timely Treatment For patients who believe they may have Lyme disease, PhysicianOne Urgent Care offers the following comprehensive services: • Tick removal • On-site lab services • Rash assessment • Tetanus boosters • IV and injectable medications • IV fluid administration If you experience any signs of Lyme disease, you should seek an evaluation as soon as possible, especially if you’ve recently found a tick on your body. To find your nearest PhysicianOne Urgent Care facility, check out our 17 locations across New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Caused by bacteria, walking pneumonia is an infection of the upper and lower respiratory tract Also known as atypical pneumonia, it is less severe than other types of pneumonia and often occurs without any noticeable symptoms. In some instances, walking pneumonia may be mistaken as a common cold or go unnoticed entirely. In most cases, people are able to go about their normal routines without treatment.
What Causes it?
Caused by bacteria, walking pneumonia is an infection of the upper and lower respiratory tract. Also known as atypical pneumonia, it is less severe than other types of pneumonia and often occurs without any noticeable symptoms. In some instances, walking pneumonia may be mistaken as a common cold or go unnoticed entirely. In most cases, people are able to go about their normal routines without treatment.
What Are the Symptoms?
Walking pneumonia usually causes mild symptoms that resemble those caused by the common cold. These include: • Headache • Sore throat • Inflammation within in the windpipe and its branches • Persistent, productive cough Sometimes, people will also experience additional symptoms, including: • Chills • Difficulty breathing • Rapid or labored breathing • Flu-like symptoms • Chest pain • Vomiting • Abdominal pain • Loss of appetite When cold symptoms persist longer than a week, this can be a sign of walking pneumonia. At the same time, symptoms can also vary depending on the location of the infection.
When to Visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care
While most people recover from walking pneumonia without needing to visit urgent care, you should seek an examination if you or your child experience any sort of breathing difficulties, chest pain, dizziness or a fever of 101°F or higher. You should also seek an exam if you cough up blood-tinged or rust-colored mucus, since all of these symptoms may suggest a more serious case of pneumonia. If you believe you may have pneumonia, PhysicianOne Urgent Care providers are available 7 days a week, with no appointment needed, to diagnosis and treat walking pneumonia and other respiratory infection. Find a location near you and check-in online today!