Masks are required over mouth and nose at all times during your visit.
We are not responsible for providing masks to all patients.
Please arrive with mouth and nose properly covered. Thank you for your cooperation to keep everyone safer at CWCC.
FOR CONGESTION AND SORE THROAT ASSOCIATED WITH SEASONAL ALLERGIES FIRST LINE REMEDIES Consider these remedies and try them before taking any medications. Avoid outdoor activities between 5 am and 10 am, when pollen is highest. Taking showers and changing clothing after being outside. This can help remove pollen from clothing and hair. Saline Nasal Spray or Nasal Irrigation (Neil Med Original Sinus Rinse Kit) Nasal Strips (Breathe Right) Throat lozenges and hard candies Herba
More than half of pregnancies each year are unplanned. An unplanned pregnancy may leave you and your baby at risk of serious complications. Planning for a healthy pregnancy starts well in advance of becoming pregnant. Let’s outline some of the important things you should discuss with your doctor when you are in the “preconception” phase of this journey. Begin by establishing care with an appropriate provider, an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB/GYN) or a Certified Nurse Midwi
With cold and flu season upon us, our providers want to share their list of remedies they recommend for you while you are pregnant. At this practice, our first suggestion to any pregnant woman will be the "non-medication" options. Whenever possible we want you to avoid taking any medications, even "Over the Counter" medications available without a prescription at your pharmacy to minimize exposure of any potentially dangerous agents to your fetus. Symptoms of the common cold