Urgent Care at Integrity Clinics
When you visit Integrity Urgent Care, you will be provided with a dedicated team to help you make a full recovery so you can get back to your everyday life. Find a location near you or contact us today for more information.
Integrity Urgent Care clinics treat a wide range of non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses that require immediate care. These include:
A minor fracture is also known as an incomplete fracture. When this happens, your bone doesn’t break completely. Often times, it’s only a hairline crack. A hairline fracture, also known as a stress fracture, is a small crack or severe bruise within a bone.
Colds, Flu, Fever, Viruses
Although colds, fevers, viruses, and the flu share some symptoms, there is a difference between them. At Integrity Urgent Care, we can help diagnose the difference and help you get well again quickly at one of our several locations across Texas
Earaches and Ear Infections
Ears are a human’s organ not only for hearing but also balance. It is composed of three parts—the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear — which can sometimes become infected.
Sprains and Strains
Muscle strains can happen anywhere and are a result of overuse or hyperextension. Symptoms may include swelling, bruising, and limited movement.
Upper Respiratory Infection
Upper respiratory infections are contagious viruses that affect the nose, throat, and make breathing difficult. Symptoms usually last for two weeks.
Bite or Puncture Wounds
Puncture wounds are caused when a sharp object pierces the skin like an animal bite. Deep wounds may require stitches and medical care.
Cuts, Scrapes, Wounds, Abrasions, and Burns
Sometimes cuts and burns happen. It’s important to receive proper treatment to prevent infection or further damage.
Sports injuries encompass injuries from sprains to broken bones. Symptoms vary depending on the injury type and may require medical attention.
A work-related injury is when a work event causes an injury. Workers’ compensation provides benefits if you get injured on the job. Visit our occupational medicine page for more information.