Apple Valley Medical Clinic, Ltd.
14655 Galaxie Ave, Apple Valley, MN, 55124-8597
Distance: 1114 Miles
The Apple Valley Medical Center offers a variety of services to the community:
* Free Blood Pressure Checks - available by request at Urgent Care
* Sports, Camp and Educational Physicals
* Diabetes Classes
Come to the Urgent Care Center and request a blood pressure check, contact the diabetes educator for diabetes classes, at (952) 432-6161.
Urgent Care Hours:
7:00am - 11:00pm, Monday-Sunday
8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday - Thursday
8:00am - 6:00pm, Friday
9:00am - noon, Saturday
Southern Twin Cities Area
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LF-4900.1000Blood Pressure Screening Definition
Programs that measure the pressure existing in the large arteries at the height of a pulse wave and identify individuals whose blood pressure is higher than normal, and who are thereby susceptible to strokes and other conditions that are related to hypertension.
LF-7100.8000Sports Participation Physical Examinations Definition
Physical examinations that are used to screen athletes to ensure that it is safe for them to participate in a particular sport. Athletic screenings can identify abnormalities such as heart disease, respiratory illnesses (e.g., asthma), musculoskeletal disorders, prior history of trauma to knees and shoulders, concussion history, and weight training/overtraining; and help reduce associated risks with organized sports or athletics. The goals of the exam are to evaluate the athlete's overall health status; assess his or her size, developmental maturation and present fitness level; evaluate existing injuries; and detect congenital anomalies or other conditions that may put the athlete at increased risk of injury or sudden death while playing sports.
LT-1750.1750Diabetes Management Clinics Definition
Programs that help people of all ages who have juvenile or adult diabetes understand and manage their illness. Services may include screening programs for early identification of the condition and associated complications; establishment of a treatment regimen; patient education; and self-management skills development assistance which may focus on use of insulin and drugs to control blood sugar levels, blood glucose monitoring, dietary management in different environments (at home, at work, in school, while dining out), menu planning, the role of exercise in relation to food intake, hygienic measures such as foot care and ways to reduce the likelihood of diabetes-related complications which may include heart disease, kidney failure, amputation, nerve damage and blindness. Included are programs that provide comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and treatment services on an inpatient or outpatient basis as well as less formal programs that emphasize education and may provide any combination of supportive services such as case management, assistance in obtaining needed products and services, and assistance in following the prescribed treatment regimen. Diabetes is a chronic, incurable disease in which the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin to allow the body to adequately metabolize sugar.