Earache Treatment at UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Country Walk

If you need fast treatment for a pounding earache, skip the overbooked primary care center and head straight to UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Country Walk. Our team of board-certified, UHealth – the University of Miami Health System physicians treat common injuries and illnesses like earaches in a modern and comfortable environment. We don’t require appointments and have extended hours to accommodate our busy patients; stop by at your convenience on Sunday through Saturday between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

There are several factors that may contribute to an earache and the need for treatment. Colds and sinus infections can produce ear pain, while some people may have discomfort as a result of an ear wax blockage or ruptured ear drum. Still, the most common reasons for such pain are ear infections, which can originate in the inner, middle, or outer ear. Ear infections can occur in anyone at any time, but they often develop after extended periods of swimming or following a respiratory illness.

We encourage you to visit UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Country Walk for earache treatment if you or your child is experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Ear pain that is present for more than a day
  • Bloody discharge, pus, or fluid leaking from the ear
  • Severe, disruptive ear pain

Children under 6 months old are also particularly susceptible to uncomfortable earaches. Signs of ear pain in babies and toddlers include reduced appetite, sleeplessness, ear tugging, and restlessness following a respiratory infection. 

At UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Country Walk, earache treatment begins with a thorough evaluation to determine the specific cause of the discomfort. From there, an individualized treatment plan will be designed to address each patient’s specific symptoms and diagnosis.

For comprehensive earache treatment from experienced physicians, visit UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Country Walk today. We accept all major insurance plans, as well as cash, checks, and credit cards.