Walk-in Appointments Q & A How do walk-in appointments work? Just as the name implies, you can walk right into the clinic at High Rock Internal Medicine and ask for an appointment. The friendly office team will do their best to accommodate you so you can be seen by a provider as soon as possible.
Comprehensive Care Q & A What is comprehensive care? The team of expert providers at High Rock Internal Medicine specializes in all aspects of internal medicine. This means they have extensive knowledge about the human body and how its internal systems work together to function as a whole. Comprehensive care involves careful monitoring, coordination of
CDL Q & A What is involved in a CDL exam? The purpose of a commercial driver’s license exam is to determine whether you are currently, and for the foreseeable future, physically and mentally capable of safely driving a commercial motor vehicle. Your High Rock Internal Medicine provider reviews your medical history and performs a
Weight Loss Q & A Am I a candidate for a medical weight loss program? If you’re significantly overweight, your risk of developing severe health complications is much higher than average, and you may benefit from a medical weight loss program. The body mass index (BMI) is a tool that assigns you a number based
Headache Q & A What are the different types of headaches? There are many different types of headaches. The most common types include: Tension headaches Migraine headaches Cluster headaches Sinus headaches Post-traumatic headaches Hormonal headaches are often seen in women during their monthly menstrual period, pregnancy, and menopause. What are chronic headaches? If you have
Allergy Testing Q & A What are allergies? Allergies are an inappropriate immune response to a foreign substance. Pollen, dust, pet dander, and food are not harmful substances, but if you have allergies, it’s as though your body believes they are dangerous. The substance that causes an allergic reaction is called an allergen. If you