Are you ready to walk on sunshine this spring and summer? Well, maybe not literally—but at least walk in the sunshine? We’ve got you covered. Our team at AFC Urgent Care TN wants to offer some suggestions on protecting your skin before you head out into the sun! Protect Your Skin Like a Pro While you might want to feel the sun on your skin, no one wants to feel the burn. Read on →

It never fails. You need to have a pre-employment testing completed as soon as possible, and doctors’ offices are booked or closed for the day. But with our AFC Urgent Care TN locations, you never have to worry about a long wait or us closing our doors on your employee. We are open seven days a week with extended office hours to help fill your employee health needs in a hurry! Read on →

With Physical Wellness Month in April, our team at AFC Urgent Care TN thought it would be the perfect time to remind you why you need to stay on top of your overall health. So let’s get started! You Need Your Physical Wellness to Be in Tip-Top Shape No matter what task you’re taking on, consistency is key. In order to have optimal wellness, you need to be making healthy lifestyle choices every day. Read on →

Spring days are upon us—and with them, spring allergies. But our team at AFC Urgent Care TN wants to make sure that you’re still able to enjoy the beautiful days of spring here in east Tennessee. That’s why we have some tips to share about fighting spring allergies. Just Say “No” to Pollen The grass is growing. The flowers are blooming. The eyes are watering. All these things we have been waiting to see as signs that spring is here are also wreaking havoc on our health—and everyone is at risk! Read on →

More than 30 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes. And millions more have pre-diabetes, meaning they’re at a high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. That’s why our team at AFC Urgent Care TN wants to offer some suggestions on how to protect your health—and lower your risk of developing diabetes. Are You At Risk? Tuesday, March 27, is the American Diabetes Association’s Diabetes Alert Day, which is observed annually to help educate the community about the dangers of diabetes when left undiagnosed or untreated. Read on →

It can be easy to focus on how we treat other people. But have you ever considered how you treat yourself? There’s a saying that we say things to ourselves that we’d never say to others. And that does a number on our self-esteem. That’s why our AFC Urgent Care TN team wants to offer some suggestions on boosting yours. Improve Your Quality of Life by Improving Your Self-Esteem! We all can be guilty of criticizing ourselves. Read on →

Did you know that every 40 seconds in the United States, someone has a heart attack? That adds up to around 790,000 heart attacks each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you’re a part of that statistic, our team at AFC Urgent Care TN wants to offer some tips on keeping your heart healthy after a heart attack. Maintaining a Healthy Heart While suffering from a heart attack can put you at an increased risk of experiencing a second heart attack in the future, there are many steps you can take to help protect your heart. Read on →

Chances are by now someone you know has come down with the cold or flu. If you’re one of the lucky ones who has stayed illness-free so far this winter, our team at AFC Urgent Care TN wants to share some tips to keep that trend going! Boost Your Immune System Your immune system is your line of defense when it comes to fighting off infections. That’s why it’s important to do everything you can to strengthen and protect your immunity. Read on →

More than 200,000 Americans are hospitalized due to flu symptoms every year, and our team at AFC Urgent Care TN doesn’t want you to be one of them. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help limit your risk of coming down with the flu! Staying Healthy During Flu Season The best way to treat the flu is to prevent it from happening in the first place! The flu vaccine is the single best way to prevent getting the flu. Read on →