In and Out Express Care

Hampton Roads Urgent Care Clinics

What Causes High Blood Pressure?

High blood pressure, or hypertension, afflicts at least 75 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control. It’s a condition that can have widespread effects on the body, and as of 2013, costs the nation $52 billion per year in healthcare and workforce costs.  What causes high blood pressure, and why is it so […]

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How Much Exercise Do I Really Need?

We all know we’re supposed to eat healthily and exercise. With today’s hectic lifestyles, that’s easier said than done. Between work, family, and community commitments, it’s easy to allow busy schedules and convenience to rule the day. However, we challenge every person to make their health a priority — so you can live life on […]

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Allergies — What’s the Deal?

You wake up one day with a scratchy throat, itchy eyes, and non-stop sneezing. Hellooo, allergies! People who have never had allergies before are often surprised when they “suddenly” develop them. What’s the deal? Here’s what’s going on… Respiratory Allergies vs. Food Allergies Food allergies Food allergies are extremely common, and likely affect someone you […]

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Top 9 Reasons for an Urgent Care Visit

At In and Out Express Care, we treat patients daily for a vast array of injury or illness. There are some we see more frequently than others. Here’s our rundown of the top nine reasons for urgent care visits. 1. Cold and flu The top reason for urgent care visits is upper respiratory infections, which […]

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Stress Fractures: the How and Why

What is a stress fracture? A stress fracture is a break in the bone caused by repetitive actions. Often a very small crack, they often go unnoticed until the pain becomes too intense to continue the activity. The pain will continue to worsen with time. These repeated actions can range from running, playing basketball, gymnastics […]

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Why Am I Gaining So Much Weight?

As we age, we lose precious muscle mass. Age-related sarcopenia can have devastating effects. This starts in your 30s. It goes down exponentially with every decade that passes. There are things you can do to help.  Stay active. It will help you maintain the muscle mass you already have.  Lift weights. Weight training can build new muscle […]

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09.15.22

New Hours Starting October 2022

Please note the following changes to clinic hours starting October 1, 2022:

Our Newport News and Chesapeake clinics will be CLOSED on SATURDAYS. We apologize for any inconvenience. This is only temporary, due to staffing shortages.