Walk-in and Family Medicine
A walk-in clinic by its most basic definition is a category of medical facilities that accepts patients without the need for an appointment. As the name suggests, patients just walk-in to the clinic in order to receive treatment.
Trigger point microdissection (TPM) is an effective technique used in the treatment of muscle pain that contain trigger points commonly found in the back. This technique provides prompt relief of symptoms from myofascial pain syndrome and MSK related chronic back pain.
Botulinum A toxin (Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin) is one of the most common cosmetic procedures used to obtain a natural and youthful look by improving the appearance of the overlying wrinkles. This procedure has an excellent safety profile with zero downtime.