There are a variety of injuries and illnesses that require a trip to the emergency room. Here at Altus Emergency Center, we have seen it all and have expert medical professionals at the ready waiting to provide you with the best injuries & illnesses treatment in Lake Jackson 77566.
Abdominal pain can arise from many different conditions. Often abdominal pain is a sign of gastroenteritis, which is an infection in the digestive tract. This can cause nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting in addition to the pain and requires treatment with antibiotics. Alternatively, the problem might be appendicitis, which could develop into a serious life-threatening condition if not treated promptly.
We treat all manner of cuts and scrapes, whether they require bandaging, stitching, or something more involved. We always strive to treat these wounds swiftly and prevent any potential infection from taking hold.
We handle all types of injuries to the head, neck, and back. Whether it is a concussion, a hemorrhage, edema, a fracture, or a sprain or strain, we have treatments available to get you back in tip-top shape.
The flu is one of the most dreaded seasonal illnesses. We offer access to prevention as well as advanced treatments for patients who already have severe cases of the flu.
Orthopedic injuries can be some of the most debilitating because they restrict movement and often cause significant pain. We have all the necessary tools and team members to address your orthopedic injuries, from fractures to sprains to strains.
As one of the only freestanding emergency centers in the area with a dedicated pediatric ER, we are dedicated to doing everything in our power to treat your child’s medical concern. From infectious illnesses to recurring conditions to environmental trauma, our specialists are at the ready.
Acute headaches can be a passing symptom or a sign of something more serious. Our Observation Program is designed to quickly diagnose patients with acute headache symptoms and get to the bottom of what is causing them.
Chest pains, like headaches, can come and go, but oftentimes they signal a more serious condition, such as a heart attack. Our team can determine if further treatment is needed.