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What to Do About Your Lingering Cough Symptoms in Mamaroneck, NY

A cough is your body’s natural reflex to get rid of irritants in your respiratory system. While it may feel like an annoying side effect of a cold, it’s an important reflex that protects your body from mucus, smoke, allergens, and other harmful irritants. A cough can be described as “wet” (when mucus is expelled from the respiratory system) or “dry” (when no mucus is brought up). Either type of cough can be indicative of the common cold, the flu, or another upper respiratory infection. If your cough has been lingering around for weeks or is accompanied by a fever, green or yellow mucus, shortness of breath, or night sweats, come to PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Mamaroneck, New York, for prompt treatment.

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PhysicianOne Urgent Care is open seven days per week with extended evening hours to ensure our patients can receive the care they need right when they need it. Our facility is staffed with skilled providers who always deliver an individualized experience to each patient. What’s more, we accept most major health insurance plans and offer affordable rates for self-pay patients to streamline the payment process. With brief wait times and an online check-in system, we’re the urgent care center that will deliver the cough treatment you need in the most convenient manner possible.

When you come to us to have your cough evaluated, the provider you see will conduct a brief physical exam and learn more about your symptoms to determine if lab testing is needed to confirm a diagnosis. If so, we may be able to complete the tests you need right in our facility and you’ll have the results promptly. At the end of your visit, you will receive a comprehensive treatment plan that is aimed at helping you feel better faster.

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If you are experiencing troublesome cough symptoms that you would like evaluated at PhysicianOne Urgent Care in Mamaroneck, visit us today. We also offer evaluation and testing for coughs related to COVID-19; click here to find out more.

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