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Telehealth Consultations

What is telehealth? 

Telehealth uses technology, like web cameras, smartphones, and tablets, to exchange medical information securely over the internet. It allows your doctor to see you if you can’t visit the office in person. 

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) makes telehealth easy. Most doctor’s visits can be completed with telehealth, ensuring premium comfort and privacy. 

What are the benefits of telehealth? 

Telehealth offers various benefits compared to traditional in-office appointments.  It allows you to meet your doctor with phone service or an internet connection. If you’re feeling sick, you don’t have to get dressed or fight traffic or sit in a waiting room and be around others. 

Likewise, if you have small children or care for an elderly family member, telehealth saves you from having to find a caretaker. 

What happens during a telehealth visit? 

At The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2), the doctors tailor telehealth visits to your needs. Even so, most consultations follow a similar structure. 

First, your provider reviews your medical charts and asks the reason for your visit. I.e if you have a persistent cough, they might ask to hear it; if you have a swollen or painful joint, they might ask you to point your camera at it so they can examine it close up. 

After gathering that information, your provider at The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) makes treatment recommendations. Depending on your needs, that might include: traditional medications, a medical cannabis certification, CBD therapy, testosterone replacement therapies, or routine screenings and exams, etc.  

What should I bring to a telehealth appointment? 

It’s important to prepare for your telehealth appointment in advance. The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) recommends gathering the following information beforehand:

  • Questions for your provider
  • Medications and supplements that you regularly take
  • The symptoms you’re experiencing
  • Results from recent or relevant tests, like bloodwork or urinalysis

An internet connection will be required for your device to have your telehealth visit. 

Is telehealth always the best option for medical care? 

The providers at The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) can diagnose and treat most acute and chronic medical issues via telehealth, but if they need additional information, like lab tests or X-rays, they might ask you to visit the office in person. An in-person exam and comprehensive screening can confirm your diagnosis and help guide treatment.

Call The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) and request a telehealth visit today, or click the online booking feature.



What is telehealth? 

Telehealth uses technology, like web cameras, smartphones, and tablets, to exchange medical information securely over the internet. It allows your doctor to see you if you can’t visit the office in person. 

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) makes telehealth easy. Most doctor’s visits can be completed with telehealth, ensuring premium comfort and privacy. 

What are the benefits of telehealth? 

Telehealth offers various benefits compared to traditional in-office appointments.  It allows you to meet your doctor with phone service or an internet connection. If you’re feeling sick, you don’t have to get dressed or fight traffic or sit in a waiting room and be around others. 

Likewise, if you have small children or care for an elderly family member, telehealth saves you from having to find a caretaker. 

What happens during a telehealth visit? 

At The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2), the doctors tailor telehealth visits to your needs. Even so, most consultations follow a similar structure. 

First, your provider reviews your medical charts and asks the reason for your visit. I.e if you have a persistent cough, they might ask to hear it; if you have a swollen or painful joint, they might ask you to point your camera at it so they can examine it close up. 

After gathering that information, your provider at The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) makes treatment recommendations. Depending on your needs, that might include: traditional medications, a medical cannabis certification, CBD therapy, testosterone replacement therapies, or routine screenings and exams, etc.  

What should I bring to a telehealth appointment? 

It’s important to prepare for your telehealth appointment in advance. The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) recommends gathering the following information beforehand:

  • Questions for your provider
  • Medications and supplements that you regularly take
  • The symptoms you’re experiencing
  • Results from recent or relevant tests, like bloodwork or urinalysis

An internet connection will be required for your device to have your telehealth visit. 

Is telehealth always the best option for medical care? 

The providers at The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) can diagnose and treat most acute and chronic medical issues via telehealth, but if they need additional information, like lab tests or X-rays, they might ask you to visit the office in person. An in-person exam and comprehensive screening can confirm your diagnosis and help guide treatment.

Call The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) and request a telehealth visit today, or click the online booking feature.



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Dr. John Clinton
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Dr. Sarah
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Treatments

Hypertension Management
Hypertension Management
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a common yet serious medical condition that requires vigilant management to prevent complications.
Diabetes Management
Diabetes Management
Diabetes, a chronic medical condition, affects the body's ability to regulate blood sugar (glucose) levels, crucial for energy and overall health.
Thyroid Management
Thyroid Management
Thyroid disorders encompass conditions like hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid), and thyroid nodules.