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.
Intracavernosal injections are a safe and effective treatment for erectile dysfunction when available medications cannot be used or do not work. For more information, you can book an appointment at our clinic.
*** COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE ***
Vaccinations are now underway in BC. Please be advised that the COVID-19 vaccine is not available for everyone at this time. The general public is expected to start receiving vaccines in April. The vaccines will be primarily distributed by age, starting with the oldest British Columbians. Information will be provided in the coming weeks/months about how to register to get the vaccine. For information on the four phases of the immunization campaign, and to understand when you will be eligible to receive the vaccine, please go to the website of the BC Centre for Disease Control here.
*** CLINIC POLICY CHANGES DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK ***
1- FOR SAFETY OF PATIENTS AND OUR STAFF, STARTING MARCH 19TH, WE ARE USING CONSULTATION CALLS or TELEHEALTH VIDEO-CONFERENCING: Patients need to book an appointment online or by calling the clinic during office hours. We are only booking for consultation calls or telehealth visits.
2- WE ARE NOT EQUIPPED FOR COVID-19 TESTING. PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC FOR THIS SERVICE: If you are concerned that may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you need to stay home and call 8-1-1 or call us to book a telehealth appointment with a doctor.