Other Services > Injection Services

Allergy Injections - A physician must be in the office at the time of the injection. The patient is required to wait in the office 20-30 minutes following the injection to check for any adverse reactions.

B-12 - Given only after being prescribed by physician. Typically administered monthly.

Chicken Pox (Varicella) - Given to patients with no history of chicken pox vaccine. It is administered in a two dose series. Pregnancy should be avoided during this period.

Depo Provera - Type of birth control given every three (3) months. Note: Patient may need to bring medication with them depending on their health insurance coverage.

Flu Vaccine - Given starting the first week in October through flu season. It is recommended for patients over the age of 65, anyone with chronic illness, or anyone with high-risk exposure.

Hepatitis A - Usually given prior to travel.

Hepatitis B - Given in a series of three doses to patients who have a high risk of exposure (usually job related).

Hepatitis C - No vaccine available at this time.

HPV - Recommended for 11-26 year old girls/women. Given in a series of 3 doses.

Herpes Zoster (Shingles vaccine) - Usually given once if you are over the age of 60.

MMR (Measles) - Typically given to students without proof of previous injection.

Pneumonia (Pneumovax or Prevnar13) - Usually given once to anyone over the age of 65 or to anyone with chronic illness.

Polio (IPOL) - Typically given prior to travel.

School Vaccines - Proof of previous (childhood) immunizations.

TB Skin Test/PPD - Given yearly to anyone at risk of exposure. Usually required for health care workers, teachers, and students. Some patients are required to have a second test 1-3 weeks later.

Testosterone - Given only after being prescribed by a physician. Frequency is determined by physician.

Tetanus - Booster every ten (10) years

Travel Vaccines - Will depend on destination and previous immunizations.

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