Primary Care Providers, also known as PCP’s, are physicians who provide both the first contact for a person with a diagnosed health concern, and continued care of many medical conditions. With evaluation of the patient, the provider is able to diagnosis and begin treatment. As primary care providers, we develop a physician–patient relationship with monitoring, advising, and providing treatment for the whole family. Primary Care Providers can see patients of all ages, generally seeing one or more members of your family, and making our role as providers a valuable part of your overall health care needs.
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Injection – This is an inactivated version and does NOT contain any live influenza virus. It is administered by an injection with a needle and is what you commonly hear called a “flu shot.” Most of the population is eligible for this version of the flu vaccine. Intranasal – This is a nasal spray that contains a weakened, live influenza virus. It is also called live, attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV). Because this is attenuated (weakened), the virus doesn’t make you sick, but it activates your immune system to help create immunity to 4 different influenza viruses. Since this version of…
DOT Physicals are required physicals for drivers operating commercial vehicles in interstate commerce that has a combined gross weight of 10,001 pounds or more, drivers operating vehicle to transport 9-15 passengers for compensation, transport over 16 passengers whether for compensation or not, or transports hazardous materials.
Sports physicals are important prior to starting exercise program or participating in team sport. Before starting on you exercise or team sport it is highly recommended and required by Florida schools that sports physicals be obtained. The purpose of the sports physicals is to determine that you are healthy enough to participate and that there are no hidden health issues.
To be enrolled into Okaloosa County and Santa Rosa County schools, it is mandatory that your child have a medical examination, also known as a school physical. These physicals help to make sure the school staff is aware of any type of physical deficiency the child may have so they can better serve the child’s needs. These school physicals are non-invasive and simply consist of a general medical evaluation including vital signs, growth and development, brief vision and hearing screening, checking for scoliosis, and other outwardly visible issues. Nothing is done to the child that will cause pain or psychological…
We are now offering evaluations for medical marijuana recommendations. The cost of the evaluation is $250.00 due at the time of service. Health insurance is not accepted or filed for this evaluation. During the evaluation we will go over your health history to determine if any of the 8 listed conditions outlined by the State of Florida have been met.