A detailed history is pivotal in order for us to better understand your condition, how it is affecting your daily activities and to accurately diagnose the cause of your symptoms. The doctor will then perform a physical exam including orthopedic, neurological and functional exam.
They are not doctors, so they cannot give you any medical advice or recommendations. Once they have all your information, an appointment will be scheduled for you. Please allow at least 60 minutes for your initial examination and sometimes longer if x-rays are necessary.
Mosquito activity is higher at temperatures above 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit, especially when the warm period is preceded by one or more cool nights. Mosquito activity is also higher under conditions of high humidity and/or no wind, and in shaded areas.
However, in some areas where standing water cannot be eliminated, the TCMAD can treat these sites with an appropriate lavicide. Personal Protection: To assist in reducing the risk of West Nile Virus, The TCMAD recommends the following: All residents, especially those who live in and.
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Use insect repellents only as directed; using more DEET than necessary will not improve protection but will increase the likelihood of toxicity or allergic reactions. Do not use DEET repellents on infants and caution children to avoid getting repellents in their eyes.
Screens are the single best protection against mosquito-borne diseases while indoors. Inspect all screens for holes. Make sure that screens are used on all open doors and windows, especially in the evening and early morning hours.