Immunization and injections are provided by our trusted family doctors to people of all ages for prevention or cure of health conditions. We highly recommend vaccinations for infants and children to prevent them from developing health issues in the future. However, while these are necessary for kids, you may also require them as you age. Several health complications developed with age may also demand vaccination as a part of the treatment. At RAiN MedClinic, we provide flu shots and other vaccinations for infants, kids and adults.
You will discuss your or your child’s need for vaccination with a doctor. The doctor will administer the appropriate vaccination.
Flu shots, also known as influenza vaccine, is vital to prevent severe consequences resulting from flu. Flu viruses spread quickly during the flu season. Hence, we recommend annual influenza vaccinations as the best way to avoid the flu and its serious consequences. Anyone who is 6 months and old is eligible for flu shots.
A Hepatitis B vaccine provides protection against the Hepatitis B virus that affects the liver. The vaccine is usually given in multiple shots over a 6 month period. Apart from infants, we recommend Hepatitis B vaccines to kids and adults who have not yet been vaccinated.
There are different types of vaccinations that prevent tetanus. Depending on your age and health, our doctor will provide the appropriate tetanus vaccine.
Injections to Combat Disease
We provide injections that help treat or prevent diseases in adults and children. This includes injections for joint problems, hormonal imbalance, and vaccination essential for managing chronic conditions like diabetes. They may be recommended independently or as a part of a treatment plan.
Preparing your Child for Immunization
Immunizing on schedule ensures your child stays healthy and gets maximum protection from serious health complications. Preparing a child for vaccination is a difficult task. As a parent, you feel nervous about your child getting a needle. At RAiN MedClinic, our friendly and supportive staff will answer your concerns and guide you to prepare your child.