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As a follow-up to your visit today The Urgency Room has created a continually expanding library of educational videos to assist you. These videos are intended to discuss at-home care and clarify any questions you may have following your visit to the UR today and in the future.

An allergic reaction is your body's overreaction to something. Learn how to take care of yourself at home after you've seen a provider for an allergic reaction.
Dust, pollen, stress, and colds are just a few of the things that can cause an asthma attack. Tips for at-home care of your asthma are in this video.
Prolonged bed rest will not help your back heal faster. Information on how to relieve back pain can be found in this video.
Bronchitis is the inflammation and spasm of the air passages of the lung. Learn the symptoms of bronchitis from our after care video.
Cellulitus is an infection of the skin due to bacteria. Treat your infection at home after your diagnosis with this after care video.


These videos are intended to provide helpful health information to the general public. They are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat health problems, and you should not use these videos in place of a call or visit to a medical professional. Talk with your physician about the proper treatment for your particular condition, and always follow your physician’s advice. If you think you need an ambulance or are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately.

Our educational videos are accessible for viewing at any time, serving as an additional resource after you have visited The Urgency Room. These medical after care videos should not be used in place of a visit to a medical professional. If you have questions after viewing any of the home medical care videos, consult with the experienced staff at The Urgency Room or your physician about properly treating your condition. As always, if you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.