Eagle River Urgent Care Centers can Help Treat Winter Sports Injuries

Alaska’s subarctic climate is a sure hit among winter sports enthusiasts. Snowboarding, skiing, skating, and similar activities are popular among residents who experience an average annual temperature of 27 degrees Fahrenheit, occasionally with heavy snowfall. Continue reading


Lake Otis’ Walk-In Clinics One with Movement Against Eating Disorders

According to the Renfrew Center Foundation for Eating Disorders, an estimated 24 million Americans suffer from abnormal eating habits. Of those afflicted, 90 percent are females between the ages of 12 and 25. While health establishments, including reputable urgent care centers in Anchorage, AK offer accessible preventive treatments for eating disorders, these illnesses remain fairly common among younger Americans. Continue reading

How a South Anchorage Urgent Care Center Protects the Health of Women

Thanks to the advocacy of various groups worldwide, women are becoming more aware of health issues primarily affecting the female species. However, in today’s society, there is still a lack of awareness about preventive care. Morghan Milagrosa of the Anchorage Press animatedly discusses cervical matters and the implications of regular preventive care to the health of women: Continue reading

Common Sports Injuries Treatable in an Anchorage Urgent Care Center

With its suitable climate, Alaska is a popular locale for winter sports. Battling extreme weather conditions, naturally diverse slopes, and high altitudes, those engaged in these challenging activities are, expectedly, also prone to sports injuries. Writing for The Active Times, Diana Gerstacker sought sports medicine experts Dr. Scott Faucet and Dr. David McAllister for views on common skiing and snowboarding injury. Continue reading