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Also known as cercarial dermatitis, swimmer's itch is a skin rash caused by an allergic reaction to parasites of birds and animals that are released from infected snails and swim in fresh and saltwater ponds, oceans or lakes, the U.
Toweling dry or showering immediately after leaving the water can reduce the risk of swimmer's itch, which generally occurs in the summer months.
Treatments: (most services cost $49 or an insurance co-pay) Common Illnesses Allergies (ages 6+) $49 Pink Eye & Styes $49 Bladder Infections (Female, ages 12-65) $59 Bronchitis (ages 10-65) $49 Ear Infections $49 Sinus Infections (ages 5+) $49 Strep Throat (with overnight culture add $14) $59 Additional Treatments Chlamydia (ages 16+) $64 Flu (ages 10-65) $83 Laryngitis $49 Mono $59 Pregnancy Testing $39 Swimmer's Ear $49 Skin Conditions Athlete's Foot $49 Cold Sores $49 Deer Tick Bites (ages 12+) $49 Impetigo $49 Minor Burns & Rashes $49 Minor Skin Infections $49 Minor Sunburn $49 Poison Ivy (ages 3+) $49 Ringworm $49 Swimmer's Itch $49 Wart Removal $59