Does Urgent Care Do Rapid COVID Testing?

If you’re experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, we highly encourage you to get tested today. Thibodaux Regional Urgent Care – Houma offers convenient, rapid COVID-19 testing for everyone. Along with rapid testing, we offer more extensive molecular (PCR) and antibody testing to verify whether you’ve ever had COVID-19 … Continued

How Long Does a Fever Last?

A fever is a common side effect of certain illnesses, like the flu. It happens when there is a temporary rise in the body’s normal internal temperature and is a sign your body’s fighting an infection or other illness. Average body temperature for adults range between 97 and 99 degrees Fahrenheit; when adults have an … Continued

When to Go to Urgent Care

Unless you’re a professional stunt person, no one wakes up in the morning and expects to fall or injure themselves. But many people will need prompt, high-quality treatment from an urgent care or emergency room facility for unexpected injuries or illnesses during their lifetime. That’s why it’s important to understand when to go to urgent … Continued

Does Urgent Care Do X-Rays?

When you have an urgent medical issue, like a broken bone or alarming abdominal pain, you might be wondering, “Can urgent care do x-rays?” Just like emergency rooms, urgent care clinics offer digital x-rays and EKGs as well as an on-site laboratory for fast, accurate diagnosis and treatment. According to guidelines from the Urgent Care … Continued

Five Ways to Treat Your Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common physical ailments, affecting 65-75% of Americans at some point during their lifetime. While severe cases can be debilitating and quite painful, the good news is approximately 90% of cases are temporary, and there are several effective techniques and treatments that are safe and effective. Most back pain … Continued

How Much Vitamin D Do I Need?

Vitamin D plays a key role in helping the body absorb essential minerals and nutrients like magnesium, phosphate and calcium (one of the main building blocks for stronger teeth and bones). It’s so important, in fact, that your body makes it by itself when exposed to sufficient sunlight. Regular sun exposure is the most natural … Continued

What Causes Ear Infections?

Most ear infections occur when a bacterial, viral or fungal infection affects the eustachian tubes in the middle ear (the sections of the ear just behind the eardrum) causing them to become swollen or blocked. These tiny tubes run between the middle ear and the upper throat. Ear infections can also affect different parts of … Continued

Common Spring Sports Injuries

Spring is here, and sports are finally back after sitting on the sidelines of quarantine for more than a year. Whether you’re a trained athlete, up-and-comer or weekend warrior, injury is always a possibility. It’s important to understand the most common spring sports injuries, the best way to prevent them and what to do in … Continued