Rock Ridge Family Medicine

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Dr. Timothy Wolff

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About Dr. Timothy Wolff

Dr. Timothy Wolff offers a special hands-on approach to patient care and does Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), read about the difference here. He believes that all parts of the body work together; looking at the patient as a whole to reach a diagnosis rather than just treating the symptoms.

Dry Drowning

What Is Dry Drowning? It is a natural instinct for your child to inhale or gulp water when they are panicked and believe they are drowning. Although it is easy to assume the danger is over once they have been rescued, the truth is that parents must be even more vigilant at this time. When [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Outdoor Parasites

How To Handle Outdoor Parasites Hiking, swimming, and traveling are all the best parts of summer. However, all of these common summer activities can expose you to parasites. Parasites are small organisms that live off of other organisms. Being exposed can be dangerous or even life-threatening. As we begin to enjoy the warmth that comes [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Should I Test My Child for Allergies?

Should I Test My Child For Allergies? Spring is here, and with it comes the “seasonal colds” and allergies. Symptoms are often similar, but the causes and treatments can vary greatly, which makes it important to know the difference. So how do you tell? Here are some ways to determine if your child has a [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Heat Exhaustion

Symptoms & Risk Factors On Heat Exhaustion As we move into the summer months, it is important to be aware of the way your body responds to the heat. Heat exhaustion is a dangerous condition where your body overheats. Some of the symptoms include heavy sweating and a rapid pulse. It is the mid-level of [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Heat Exhaustion vs. Heat Stroke

Heat Exhaustion vs. Heat Stroke Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can both be dangerous for your children. However, it is important to know the difference. Both can be caused by exercising or playing in a hot, humid environment which causes the body to become dehydrated. However, there are subtle differences that can reveal the severity [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments

When Should I See a Doctor for a Bite or Sting?

When Should I See A Doctor for A Bite or Sting? Typically, bug bites are just harmless annoyances. Stings can be painful, but are usually harmless. However, there are rare occasions when a trip to the doctor is necessary and it is important to know the signs. You should go to the emergency room immediately [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Common Sports Injuries & How to Treat Them

Common Sports Injuries & How to Treat Them Sports injuries are a common part of the athletic world. Some injuries are more common than others, especially sprains and strains. Sprains are injuries to ligaments, the tough bands that connect the bones in a joint. When a ligament is stretched past its limit, it can deform [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|advice|0 Comments

Can You Die From The Flu

Can You Die From The Flu? The flu affects the nose, throat and lungs and if left untreated, in rare cases can contribute to a flu related death.  The exact number of deaths in America are unknown but it is estimated that in the fall and winter of 2017, out of about 900,000 people hospitalized, [...]

By |May 31st, 2019|advice, flu|0 Comments

At What Temperature Does the Flu Virus Die

At What Temperature Does the Flu Virus Die? Extremely high or low temperatures do not kill virus but the flu virus is deactivated at temperatures ranging from 165 to 212 degrees. This is the boiling point of water. Viruses lack most of the basic structures and functions as well for them to be defined as [...]

By |May 6th, 2019|advice, flu|0 Comments

When Should You Go To The Hospital If You Have The Flu?

When Should You Go To The Hospital If You Have The Flu? The flu can sometimes evolve to a more life threatening condition like pneumonia or very rarely, lead to death. In other instances, it will go away by itself.  But sometimes the symptoms may not disappear by themselves and you may need to go [...]

By |May 1st, 2019|advice, flu|0 Comments