Downtown Urgent Care is a walk-in facility that focuses on the delivery of outpatient care in a fully-equipped medical practice outside of a traditional emergency room. At Downtown Urgent Care, in downtown Los Angeles, the services we offer range from treating broken arms, to STDs, to administering flu shots. Continue reading for a full list of the common ailments we treat.
Allergies – We offer treatment for all types of allergies, including seasonal ones.
Back pain – Come see us if you suffer from upper and/or lower back pain.
Bites – If you’ve been bitten by a wild animal have it checked out today.
Bronchitis – Do you have a touch of chronic bronchitis?
Cold – The common cold can cause a lot of issues and symptoms.
Colitis – Do you suspect you’re undergoing food poisoning?
Conjunctivitis – More commonly known as “pink eye,” this eye infection can be extremely contagious.
Cough – If you’ve come down with a cough that you can’t seem to get rid of visit our clinic.
Cystitis – This is the medical term given to a bladder infection.
Dermatologic problems – If you’re having skin issues, including a rash or infection.
Diarrhea – This can be either acute or chronic and can be caused from food poisoning.
EKG testing – We offer electrocardiogram, sometimes referred to as an ECG, testing that looks for issues with your heart’s electrical activity.
Flu shots – We offer seasonal vaccinations for the flu that are intended to protect against influenza.
Genital herpes – We treat patients with genital herpes, also known as type II herpes.
Headaches – If you are experiencing painful headaches get checked out today.
Influenza – If you have the flu, we can help treat your symptoms with medication.
Injuries – We treat all common injuries, such as whiplash, sprains, and broken bones.
Insect bites – If you’ve been bitten by an insect, including spiders, ticks, or bed bugs.
Kidney infections – If you have pain in your kidneys, you may have an infection.
Kidney stones – Experiencing pain in the back, side, abdomen, or while urinating may mean you have kidney stones.
Laceration repair (stitches) – A laceration is a tear in the skin and if it is big enough, it will require stitches to close it.
Otitis externa – This is more commonly called swimmer’s ear and symptoms include a fullness in the ear and hearing loss.
Otitis media – This is an inner ear infection that commonly results in drainage of fluid from the ear or hearing loss in the infected ear.
Pharyngitis – The more common name for this is a sore throat and other symptoms include chills, body aches, sneezing, runny nose.
Pneumonia – This can cause sharp pain in the chest and cause your body to experience chills, fever, sweating, fast or slow breathing.
Sinusitis – Treating a sinus infection depends on the diagnosis, but often includes nasal irrigation and nasal decongestants.
Skin rashes – If you are experiencing itchiness, redness, dry, scaly, or crusted skin, you might have a skin rash.
Sexually transmitted diseases – STDs come in many different forms, including human papillomavirus infection (HPV), herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV/AIDS, and syphilis.
Strep throat – This is a contagious infection with streptococcal bacteria that causes the throat’s mucous membranes to experience inflammation and swelling.
Styes – This form of an eye infection often leaves the patient with a puss-filled sore on the inner eyelid.
Suture removal – If you’ve recently received stitches or sutures and need to have them removed, stop by our walk-in clinic today.
TB testing – A tuberculosis test is performed by putting a small amount of TB protein, also known as antigens, under the top layer of your skin.
Vaginitis – Symptoms of this illness include vaginal discharge, itching, irritation, sharp pain when urinating, and discomfort during intercourse.