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When you’re experiencing sinus pain, come visit the walk-in clinic at AFC Urgent Care Short Hills for proper care. Sinus pain generally indicates that a sinus infection has developed. Sinus infections, also referred to as sinusitis, cause a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms. It’s important to seek care if your symptoms worsen or persist over time.
For same-day sinus infection treatment, visit AFC Short Hills today! Our entire medical team provides quick and efficient service for all patients in the area and surrounding communities. You can simply walk-in or schedule an appointment online to get started today.
Depending on the severity of the infection, sinusitis symptoms can vary from mild to severe. When the sinuses become infected by either bacteria or viruses, inflammation can result. This leads to facial pressure and pain. In most cases, mild to moderate sinus infections pass on their own within a week. However, more severe infections may require immediate treatment to prevent potential complications from developing.
Common symptoms of sinus infections our team treats include:
When you visit AFC Urgent Care Short Hills for sinus infection treatment, a healthcare provider will guide you through the process of diagnosis. Typically, your visit will start with a discussion about your medical history, including underlying health conditions and current medication use. To diagnose your condition, a provider will assess your symptoms and perform a physical exam of the sinuses. If additional testing is required, AFC Short Hills is equipped with labs on-site that can provide fast and accurate results all within the facility.
Treatment options for sinus infections depend on the underlying cause. If your sinusitis is bacterial, a provider will likely prescribe antibiotics to treat and clear the infection. On the other hand, sinus infections that are caused by a virus or allergies cannot be treated with antibiotics. In this case, we may recommend OTC medications and pain relievers, and plenty of rest and fluids to support your recovery. Whatever your case may be, please be assured that we take an individualized approach to each patient and can help you find much needed relief!
Whenever you or your loved ones are feeling under the weather, our team is here. AFC Urgent Care Short Hills specializes in treating a wide range of acute illnesses and conditions, including sinus infections. The clinic is open seven days a week and operates on a walk-in basis, meaning you never need an appointment to be seen by one of our providers.
If you have any additional questions about sinus infection treatment, or other services we provide, please contact our office directly at (973) 671-5350.