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What we treat

We can treat a wide variety of conditions that would normally require a visit to a doctors office or urgent care. We can treat both unexpected illnesses and chronic conditions without requiring you to alter your schedule for an office appointment. Below are some of the most common symptoms and medical conditions that we treat.

Cold, and Flu symptoms

Fever

Chills

Shortness of breath

Cough

Body aches

Intestinal symptoms

Nausea

Vomiting

Diarrhea

Stomach pain

Ear/Nose/Throat symptoms

Ear pain

Sore throat

Headache

Watery/puffy/red eyes

Nasal congestion

Cough/sneezing

Minor wounds

Small burns

Sunburns scrapes

Shallow cuts

Pain in the joints

Skin conditions

Sunburns

Acne

Redness of the skin

Allergies

Hives

Sexual health

STI’s

Contraception

Erectile dysfunction

Yeast infections

UTI’s

Chronic conditions

Asthma

Asthma attacks Increasing inhaler and nebulizer usage Identifying triggers and providing treatment

High blood pressure

Poor blood pressure control Medication side effects

Weight loss or gain

Weight loss medications Diet advice and health strategies

Diabetes

Repeated high or low blood sugars Medication refills Medication changes Diet plans and exercise advice

Behavioral / Mental Health

Anxiety

Stress

Difficulty sleeping

Panic attacks

OCD symptoms

Depression

Sudden or chronic depression

Seasonal affective disorder

Low energy

What we can't treat

Certain symptoms require immediate testing that cannot be safely through the SASAdoctor platform. If you have any of the following symptoms you should visit the nearest hospital.

  • Loss of hearing
  • Noisy breathing or difficulty breathing in a child
  • Stroke like symptoms (facial drooping, loss of strength, abnormal speech, or numbness/tingling in one side of the body)
  • Head injuries that result in nausea/vomiting/loss of memory/loss of consciousness
  • New or repeat seizures
  • Chest pain
  • Coughing up blood
  • Blood in the stool or blood in the vomit
  • Vomiting severe enough to prevent drinking fluids
  • Inability to urinate
  • Injuries that result in obvious broken bones, deep cuts, inability to walk, or inability to use the injured limb.