Nine months into the pandemic, some people find themselves pouring a glass of wine or opening a beer more often than usual. On top of that, holiday meals and gatherings — even small, COVID-safe celebrations with your immediate family — often include alcoholic drinks. Whether you’re thinking about a special meal or your regular routine, you may be wondering if your drinking patterns are impacting your overall well-being.Read More
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Parents in North Carolina are just starting to find out what plans will be for their school district this year and are wondering how they can prepare for it. Whether your school will be implementing virtual learning, in-person learning, or a blend of the two, the health experts at LeBauer HealthCare and Cone Health have some practical guidance for parents as they navigate this new territory.Read More
Parents have a lot on their plates right now as they try to protect their children from coronavirus — from possibly becoming a caregiver and teacher 24/7 to learning about health and safety for their family. Understandably, parents have many questions. “Is it safe to take my child to the doctor for a routine wellness visit and vaccinations?” is one of the most common questions right now.Read More
At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are wondering how to resume some of their normal activities when states like North Carolina are in the midst of a phased reopening. If you are feeling uncertain about what is safe, you are not alone! The health experts at LeBauer HealthCare have put together these five guidelines to help lower your risk of contracting or spreading coronavirus.Read More
Still trying to decide if it’s safe to vacation this summer? While many states, including North Carolina, have been opening back up, there are still plenty of risks that come with travel, hotels, rentals, and dining out. In addition, North Carolina and some surrounding states are seeing COVID-19 cases continuing to increase.Read More
In-person care is safe and readily available for non-COVID illnesses. You can schedule your sick or well visit online with peace of mind, knowing that LeBauer is taking extraordinary steps to keep you safe while in our offices. Watch the video below to see how our enhanced practices are keeping patients at all LeBauer and Cone Health locations safe.
Learn About Care During COVID-19 with Dr. Stacey Blyth
Listen to Dr. Stacey Blyth, Family Medicine physician with LeBauer Primary Care at MedCenter High Point, discuss care during COVID-19. She explains how virtual visits work, why it’s better to see your own primary care provider when you’re sick, and things you can do to help stay healthy during COVID-19.Read More
Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of thousands of Americans have attempted to avoid doctor’s offices for fear of catching the virus. Some people postponed their wellness check-ups, many used telemedicine services for simple illnesses, and unfortunately, some even delayed treatment for serious medical conditions. Now that states are reopening you might be wondering, can I see my health care provider safely now? What is my risk of catching COVID-19 if I do need to visit a doctor’s office?Read More
New & Existing Patients: Virtual Visit Options
To control the spread of COVID-19 and promote social distancing, we are offering virtual visits as an alternative to in-person office visits. You may call your LeBauer office or request an appointment online to schedule a virtual visit.
*Please note, LeBauer offices are currently open M-F from 8 am to 4 pm.*Read More
What’s the biggest obstacle that keeps you from running? In this recent video interview on WFMY-2, Dr. Michael Rigby, a sports medicine doctor at LeBauer HealthCare at Horse Pen Creek, discusses what to consider and steps to take to get on a successful track towards your running goals.
Whether you’re thinking about training for your first 5k or working towards another running goal, Dr. Rigby recommends the following.Read More
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