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Urgent Care Services Alexandria & Arlington VA

Urgent Care Northern Virginia

Urgent Care Center can provide treatment for medical conditions which are urgent in nature but not life threatening. The majority of urgent conditions are health issues that cannot wait for the patient to visit their primary care physician.

Below are the most common conditions for our physician who will treat in our urgent care setting.
  • Colds, Cough, Sinuses, Flu
  • Sore Throat, Fever, Illnesses
  • Back Pain, Joint Pain, Body Aches
  • Headache, Migraine Pain, Dizziness
  • Minor Injuries: Cuts, Bruises
  • Sprains, Strains, Burns, Breaks, Falls
  • Ear Infection, Ear wax removal
  • Bladder, Prostate, Genital Infections
  • Upset stomach, heartburn, stomach ulcer
  • Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Constipation
  • Cold Sores, Skin Tags, Lyme disease
  • Pink eye, Minor eye injuries
  • Insect Bites, Rashes, Skin Infections
  • Physical exams for school, sports, work
  • Asthma, Allergies, Breathing Treatments
  • Immunizations and TB test
Conditions we do not treat:
We recommend that you go to Emergency Room or call 911 if you think you are experiencing life threatening conditions, such as the following:

  • Severe Burn
  • Fracture with visible bone
  • Severe Shortness of Breath
  • Chest Pain
  • Fainting
  • Loss of Consciousness

Xpress Care does provide Wellness Physicals, School Physicals and Pre-Surgery(Pre-Op) Employment Physicals on walk-in basis. You do not have to have an appointment for these visits. Just walk in. We can also fill your regular prescriptions if you have recently moved from another city, state or Country.

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Address

1409 S. Fern St. Arlington, VA 22202
Phone: 703-521-2121
Fax: 703-521-4020
Website: http://xpresscarenow.com
Email: xpresscarecc@gmail.com

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