July 29, 2010
Wichita Clinic Andover, Augusta and Derby
Wichita Clinic physicians at Andover, Augusta and Derby locations are all busy with back to school physicals and sports physicals.
Wichita Clinic Bethel
Wichita Clinic physicians at Bethel-Newton are seeing patients with strep throat and are sure this illness will pick up as soon as school starts. Symptoms include sore throat, fatigue, high fever and poor appetite. If symptoms last more than three days, see your doctor. Preventive measures include good hand washing and not sharing food and drink. Send your kids to school with hand sanitizer and coach them to wash their hands incessantly.
Wichita Clinic Eberly Farm
Wichita Clinic physicians at Eberly Farm are seeing patients with a stomach bug that’s going around. Some patients have vomiting with it, others have diarrhea and then some have both symptoms. Physicians also continue to see a lot of allergy related symptoms as well.
Wichita Clinic Murdock
Wichita Clinic Immediate Care physicians at Murdock continue to see patients with sore throats and urinary tract infections. They are also seeing patients with eye irritations, dizziness and injuries from falling.