Amid the concerns surrounding the current coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be advised by our healthcare provider to self-isolate or self-quarantine during your illness. If you’re experiencing symptoms or have been in close contact with an infected individual and asked to self-isolate or self-quarantine, here’s some guidance to help you mitigate the risk of infecting others.
If you’re unfamiliar with acupuncture, chances are, you may have a few questions. Or, maybe the version of acupuncture you’re more familiar are correlates with signs advertising acupuncture services attached to non-descript houses converted into businesses, hidden in strip malls around Boise, or on the list of items offered at the spa you frequent. So,
Not to worry, Boise Family Medicine is still in-network with all our plans. You may have received a poorly written letter from Regence Blue Shield, Blue Cross of Idaho, United Healthcare or another health plan about Dr. Mock no longer being in-network… What they meant to say was Dr. Mock has officially retired and we
Headaches. Stomach upset. Fever. Chest Pain. Broken arm. Unfortunately, life can hit us with health emergencies, urgencies, and inconveniences at all times of the day and night – not just when our primary care provider’s office is open. Do you know when to seek emergency care and when to see your primary care provider?
What’s a piñata got to do with medicine and why should you be concerned? When I think of a piñata, visions of wild swings, candy and prizes flying in all directions, and children frantically grabbing for as much as they can get hold of before someone else gets it. It is doubtful that you have
Spring has sprung in Boise Idaho… Now is the time to get the kiddos outside and moving around. Physical activity is not only good for them; after a long winter cooped up in the house, it’s probably good for their parent’s sanity too! According to the American Heart Association, children need at least 60 minutes