1. Benefits of Seeing a Sports Physician

    Are you an athlete looking to stay in peak condition? Maybe you’re just passionate about exercising and staying fit? Either way, you can benefit from seeing a sports physician. Every sport and physical activity — from golf to football, running to weightlifting — puts your body through a great deal of wear and tear. By working with a sports physician, you can learn how to take care of your bo…Read More

  2. 5 Summer Illnesses to Watch Out For

    Summer is in full swing and as you can tell from the sweltering heat, we’re in the thick of it. While many people associate getting sick with the winter, there are some common summer illnesses you should be aware of. Nothing can stop a day of fun in the sun faster than one of these illnesses or afflictions. However, when you know what to watch out for, you can steer clear of these day derailers.…Read More

  3. Tips for a Healthy Summer

    Summer is just around the corner, but it’s important that you don’t take your health for granted while you’re having fun in the sun. Staying healthy in the summer doesn’t have to be a chore. In fact, it can actually make your activities much more enjoyable. With that in mind, we’ve gathered six tips to help you stay healthy this summer. If you’re in Chicago and need medical services, l…Read More

  4. Why Are Well-Baby Visits Important?

    When you bring home your baby, it can feel pretty daunting trying to keep track of all the things you need to handle so they can be happy and healthy as they grow up. Nutrition, sleeping, and avoiding illness are just a few on a long list of important tasks to be managed. To ensure your baby is growing up healthy, it is vital you have regular well-baby visits with your pediatrician throughout thei…Read More

  5. Can You Improve Your Immune System

    Even though flu season is beginning to taper off, you are still prone to catch an illness as the temperature fluctuates. Strengthening your immune system to fend off disease-causing microorganisms can be tough to do, as bacteria and germs are always evolving and adapting in order to survive. These are some of the steps you can take to improve your immune system and fight off illness. If a germ doe…Read More

  6. When to See a Sports Physician

    No matter what your level of physical activity is, there might come a time when you are injured while working out or playing sports. Everyone from professional athletes to weekend softball players run into pain that a sports physician can diagnose, treat, and help prevent future issues. However, not every situation will require a visit to a sports physician. With that being said, we wanted to put …Read More

  7. The Benefits of Annual Physical Exams

    When you are feeling well, it can seem like a waste of time to go to the doctor. However, even when you’re feeling healthy, getting an annual physical exam can help ensure you stay in good health for years to come. We’ve gathered some of the many benefits you stand to gain by making annual physical exams a priority for you and your family. To schedule a physical exam today, call us at Chicagol…Read More

  8. Reducing Your Risk Of Cervical Cancer

    Cervical cancer can sound very scary, but thankfully, it is one of the few cancers that is almost entirely preventable. We have gathered some information to help you avoid cervical cancer. If you are in need of complete women’s healthcare, call Chicagoland Complete Healthcare to set an appointment today. We have the knowledge and experience to help you live your best life. -What causes cervical …Read More

  9. Tips to Fight the Flu

    The holidays have come and gone, but the bitter cold has stuck around. After family gatherings and shopping for presents you’ve been exposed to a lot of germs, and it’s pretty likely you got sick. While there is sadly no cure for the flu and the common cold, there are some steps you can take to ease your symptoms and bounce back stronger. If you are dealing with a cold and need some extra help…Read More

  10. 7 Common Sports Injuries and How to Prevent Them

    Sports injuries aren’t just something that you see pop up on SportsCenter that ruin your fantasy team; many people play sports recreationally on their weekends. Trained athletes and regular Joes and Jills alike can all get hurt playing sports. What are the most common injuries we see? Sprained ankle Pulled Groin Strained hamstring Shin splints Torn ACL Patellofemoral Syndrome (damage to cartilag…Read More