First Primary Care Blog
Low energy? Often feel worn out? You could be suffering from dangerous sleep apnea and not even know it.
If you’re someone who struggles with getting good quality sleep often, you could be dealing with a more severe, undiagnosed issue like sleep apnea.Read More
For early Americans, a primary care physician was the first thing you looked for in town. Not the nearest Trader Joe’s; not the local gym. Having a primary care physician—with their little black bag and all—was considered one of the most important aspects of daily life.
In the age of Google, it’s easy to lose sight of the huge value primary care doctors bring into our life.
Here are 6 reasons why having a primary care physician is the best thing you can do for your health, and how you can find one that’s convenient, affordable, and skilled near you.Read More
Hello, fellow victim-of-the-current-healthcare system. Before we get into what the heck this “direct primary care” is, we have to get one thing straight about American healthcare—we don’t have it. Instead, America has sickcare, a system that only reacts and never prevents (we’ll explain more about that later). But I’m pretty sure I don’t have to convince you that the system we have sucks, because if you know anything—you know that. But why does it suck?Read More
We offer the spirometry test at no additional cost to our members. At most clinics, this test will cost you anywhere from $300-800. But at First Primary Care, our members get the test for $0 (yep, you read that right).Read More
Typically acid reflux can come and go and only lasts for about an hour. But if you’re having acid reflux that is more intense, let’s say it lasts longer or occurs on a more regular basis, that condition is called GERD (gastro gastroesophageal reflux disease). Your primary care doctor will be able to help you decipher your symptoms.Read More
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It was August 12. Whitney Davis was just one day away from marrying the love of her life.
And the worst had happened—her and her fiancé had both come down with a nasty sinus infection.
Unless they wanted to walk down the aisle with red noses to the beat of Here Comes The Bride remixed with sniffles, they needed help. Fast.Read More
Get Access To A Private Physician Just Like the Ultrawealthy It’s better than concierge medicine, and a lot more affordable too. FollowFollowFollow Is it really surprising at this point that celebrities like Kim...Read More
Last year, the La Crosse school district saved approximately $1.5 million because staff members...Read More