Save Your Spot in Line for Urgent Care and Reduce Your Risks

When you have an urgent healthcare concern, you need two things: Quality, completely capable medical care  Accessibility (walk-ins, convenient hours, open weekends, etc.) At Oxford Urgent Care, we’re making our excellent care even more convenient for you. Simply by visiting our Home page, you can: See your wait time and your place in the queue … Continued

7 Key Benefits of IV Hydration Therapy

Water is an essential part of our lives. We need it to survive and thrive on a daily basis. In fact, 75% of an infant’s weight and 55% of a senior citizen’s weight is made entirely of water. You can’t neglect the importance of staying hydrated! However, there’s an easier way to stay hydrated than downing … Continued

How to Define a Strain vs. a Sprain

Many people consider a sprain and a strain to be the same thing. In reality, these are two separate types of injury. While they both have to do with soft tissue damage in a joint, often due to tearing or over-stretching, there are key differences between each term. Knowing what they are can help you … Continued

Feed a Cold and Starve a Fever: Fact or Fiction?

There are millions of cases of the common cold in the USA every year, with each adult American having a cold two to three times a year. With cold symptoms lasting anywhere from seven days to three weeks, that’s a lot of time to spend having a cold! Because of the prevalence of colds, there’s … Continued

When Do You Need Antibiotics? 5 Factors to Consider

When you’re sick, many people think a good dose of antibiotics is the answer to getting better. The problem is not all illnesses respond to antibiotics. Taking it unnecessarily can cause more harm by forming antibiotic resistance. Before you jump on the antibiotic bandwagon, know when you need it… and when you don’t. By educating yourself … Continued