Cold + Flu Treatment
Beat illness quickly and get back on your feet with Live Urgent Care.
Colds, Flus, and Everything In Between
Most healthcare visits occur during flu season. Between testing, flu shots and and cold and sinus treatment, most people will need a healthcare clinic for this.
We work to make sure every cold and flu patient gets fast, friendly service. Our urgent care clinics provide flu testing and treatment, sinus treatment, and everything in between.
Colds and flus strike at inconvenient times, so you can walk in or book your appointment ahead of time for treatment on your schedule.
4-Plex Testing for Covid-19, Flu A&B, and RSV
In addition to testing for for the flu, Live Urgent Care offers 4-plex testing. In one swab, we can test for covid-19, flu A&B, and RSV, allowing for fast results in under 2 hours. You and your family can now miss less work or school with faster results.
Our 4-Plex test applies RT-PCR technology to multiple tests at once, ensuring you get the most accurate results. This eliminates the need for retesting in the vast majority of situations.
Like each of our covid tests, 4-Plex testing comes at no cost with most insurance companies. Learn more about this helpful service by clicking the link below.
Cold + Flu Symptoms
Knowing when to seek treatment can be difficult. If you experience and of the symptoms below, you may want to visit a healthcare center. Our urgent care clinics are available for pre-booked and walk-in appointments 7 days a week.
- Flu A/B testing
- Flu medication
- Flu vaccinations
- Sore throat
- Shortness of breath
- Ear infection
- Strep throat
FAQs About Colds + Flus
Flu testing is quick, non-invasive procedure that can easily diagnose or rule out the flu. We recommend getting a flu test if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Muscle aches
- Lack of energy
- Dry cough
- Sore throat
- Nasal congestion
- Runny nose
A flu vaccine is the most effective way to prevent catching the flu or developing serious symptoms. The CDC recommends that all adults receive a flu shot, particularly those in high risk categories. A person is considered high risk if they are over 65 years of age or have other medical conditions.
Yes, you can walk in or book ahead of time to receive your flu vaccine.
Depending on your insurance, you can receive flu treatment at no charge. You can call ahead to check how your specific insurance plan will interact with our services.
If you test positive for the flu, we recommend you stay home and rest. Flu positive patients should not be in contact with others until their symptoms completely subside.
While recovering, we recommend lots of bed rest and fluids. You can also book a telehealth appointment to discuss your flu symptoms and see if medication will be necessary.