Princeton Primary & Urgent Care Center Meets Sports Injury Needs
Daily movement and exercise are central components of a healthy and active lifestyle. A strong heart and cardiovascular system have been shown to prevent a range of physical and mental degenerative diseases. With that being said, it is important that daily activity is balanced with stretching, hydration, and adequate rest.
Did you know that a sprain is an injury to the joints of your body caused by the over-stretching or tearing of ligaments? The good news is the physicians at Princeton Primary & Urgent Care Center (PPUCC) can spot a sprain almost immediately and will be able to recommend a recovery plan that includes elevation of the injury and regular icing. This combination should be repeated every 2-3 hours until the swelling is reduced. If a bruise or discoloration begins to form or the area still feels very tender a week later, book a follow-up appointment at PPUCC by calling 609.919.0008.
PPUCC is equipped to handle both primary and urgent medical care. In the case of sports injuries, services include X-rays and a thorough assessment by a board-certified physician.
PPUCC is located at 707 Alexander Road, Suite 201 in Princeton. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Walk-ins are always welcome, and most health care insurances are accepted. PPUCC is proud to feature a bilingual (English and Spanish) staff.
To learn more, visit https://www.ppucc.com.