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Urgent Care services include COVID testing and antibody testing Jul 16th, 2020

Express Lane Urgent Care helps patients find answers to their medical questions and concerns during the COVID crisis.  Working as a team, we ensure our patients do not have long wait times.  At Express Lane Urgent Care, we believe patients should feel comfortable and confident that they are recieving the...

When (and Why) You Should Seek Urgent Care Apr 9th, 2020

What should you do when you're not feeling well? You could schedule an appointment with your primary care physician, visit urgent care, or head to the emergency room.  Deciding where to go makes a huge difference in how quickly you'll receive treatment. For conditions that don’t warrant a visit to...

5 Steps to Take During an Asthma Attack Mar 2nd, 2020

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, nearly 25 million Americans have asthma. Medication and lifestyle changes can help control asthma. But attacks can sometimes happen out of nowhere, even with careful monitoring.  During an asthma attack, your asthma symptoms suddenly worsen. You might experience intense wheezing and chest...

When That Cut Needs Medical Care Feb 1st, 2020

Accidents happen in the blink of an eye. Whether you're cooking and accidentally cut yourself or your child cuts their foot while walking barefoot, your immediate goal is to tend to the injury. But how do you know if you need medical attention? Below is a brief overview to help...

What Makes Kids More Susceptible to Strep Throat? Jan 1st, 2020

Your child just got over a nasty case of strep throat and is back in school and feeling well. But suddenly, you start to notice the signs of the illness coming back. Could they have possibly picked up strep throat more than once in such a short time? Unfortunately, it’s...

Having Trouble Tasting and Smelling? It Could Be a Sign of Sinusitis Dec 1st, 2019

Nearly 12% of Americans are diagnosed at some point with sinusitis — a swelling and blocking of your sinus passages that is long-lasting or recurrent. While any infection and congestion of the sinuses can lead to poor drainage and problems breathing, sinusitis can have even more dire effects long-term. At...

What Can I Do About Chronic Bronchitis? Oct 31st, 2019

Bronchitis is the result of inflammation of your bronchial tubes. These are the tubes that carry air in and out of your lungs. When your bronchial tubes are inflamed or infected, less air enters your lungs, and less air is released. As a result, you cough a lot to get...

When to See a Doctor About a UTI Sep 1st, 2019

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are not only uncomfortable to live with, but they can cause complications to your health and well-being if you delay seeking treatment. UTIs are common for both men and women and are responsible for around 7 million visits to a doctor each year. We certainly see...

How to Stay Active If You Have Asthma Aug 7th, 2019

When asthma makes it feel as though no air is getting to your lungs, it’s quite literally true. Air passages get narrow and mucus starts to overproduce, making it difficult to maintain normal breathing patterns. When you’re exerting yourself, the increased demand for oxygen makes breathing even harder. Maintaining an...

Tips to Avoid Swimmer's Ear this Summer Jul 12th, 2019

As temperatures soar during California’s summer months, nothing provides better relief than a dip into some cool water. While we encourage you to beat the heat by diving into the pool, ocean, or lake, we don’t want your ears to fall prey to an infection, which can eclipse even the...

Best Habits to Develop to Prevent from Getting Pink Eye Jun 12th, 2019

Every year there are approximately 3 million cases of pink eye in the United States, making it a fairly common condition. While pink eye isn’t necessarily dangerous, it can disrupt your life as you deal with an eye that’s itchy, irritated, and often, painful. Here at Express Lane Urgent Care,...

Manage Your Allergy Symptoms with a KenalogⓇ Steroid Injection May 13th, 2019

If you’re one of the millions of people in the United States who greets spring with mixed feelings, thanks to hay fever, there’s good news. We offer a steroid injection called KenalogⓇ that takes the teeth out of spring allergies, allowing you to get out and enjoy this season of...

These Top Symptoms Could Mean It’s Strep Throat Apr 15th, 2019

As a parent, you’ll navigate dozens of illnesses in your children, who can get 8-10 colds per year before the age of two, and up to a dozen a year once they start preschool and kindergarten. But knowing the difference between a cold and strep throat can make all the...