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Minor Procedures

Primary Care Practice, Women's Wellness & Family Care in Colorado Springs, CO

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Minor Procedures services offered in Colorado Springs, CO

If you or a loved one has an injury, illness, or disease and needs medical care, the experts at Colorado Springs Family Practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado, are here to help. The skilled primary care team offers minor procedures to reduce the risk of complications and restore your health and wellness. Call the Colorado Springs Family Practice office or use the online scheduler today. 

Minor Procedures Q & A

What are minor procedures?

Minor procedures at Colorado Springs Family Practice include wound care, stitches, staples, and more. 

The experts at Colorado Springs Family Practice offer same-day visits if you need immediate medical care for a non-life-threatening emergency. They’re highly trained and use the latest advances in technologies and techniques.

What are the benefits of minor procedures?

The benefits of choosing minor procedures at Colorado Springs Family Practice include:

  • Little to no wait time
  • Reduction in pain
  • Fast healing
  • Low risk of infection or other complications 
  • Exceptional care
  • Little to no downtime
  • Superior results

Colorado Springs Family Practice offers minor procedures for babies, kids of all ages, teenagers, men, and women.

Am I a candidate for minor procedures?

To find out if you need a minor procedure, your Colorado Springs Family Practice specialist asks about your medical history, lifestyle, and symptoms. They check your vital signs, complete a physical exam, and may order lab tests, on-site X-rays, or other imaging procedures to diagnose the type of illness, injury, or disease you may have. 

What should I expect during my treatment?

What you can expect during minor procedures depends on the type of treatment that you receive. Your provider’s priority is avoiding any pain. They numb the treatment area prior to completing minor procedures and offer a sedative to help you relax.

They remove or repair injured or diseased tissues to reduce your risk of infection, pain, and other complications. If necessary, your primary care specialist uses sutures to close any incisions. 

What happens after minor procedures?

After minor procedures, you might be able to resume normal activities. Other times, you must take the rest of the day off from work to rest. Keep the treatment area clean, take medications if your provider asks you to, and avoid strenuous activities unless given the okay.

Attend follow-up appointments, if needed, at Colorado Springs Family Practice and call the office if you experience new or worsening symptoms. 

To find out if you’re a candidate for minor procedures at Colorado Springs Family Practice, call the office or use the online scheduler today. Same-day visits are available.

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