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Our team of compassionate physicians provides perceptive bronchitis treatment to patients of all ages. We are located in Dearborn, Sterling Heights, and Royal Oaks, offering both telemedicine and walk-in services.

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Why Get Bronchitis Treatment with us?

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Whether your condition stems from a chest cold, asthmatic bronchitis, or a respiratory infection, it’s necessary to get it checked by an experienced doctor. They can provide you with the best treatment available and help you manage the condition whether chronic or acute.

Hence, if you think you have bronchitis, please book an appointment with us instantly to get started on your healing. You can book a telemedicine appointment with us or visit one of our clinics in Dearborn, Sterling Heights, and Royal Oaks. Our expert medical staff will help you diagnose your symptoms and treat them effectively. If your bronchitis is chronic then you can get treated as a walk-inpatient first and then follow up with telemedicine appointments.

What to Expect in Our Bronchitis Treatments?

Our experienced professionals will, first, examine your breathing patterns to check for discrepancies. They will also evaluate whether bronchitis is attributed to bacteria, viral infections, or chest cold. The information will then impact if you get chest cold treatment or some other solution.

Sometimes, our staff might take you through a comprehensive diagnosis to look for problems that might complicate bronchitis. Issues like COPD and asthma can worsen bronchitis and force professionals to provide solutions accordingly. Asthmatic bronchitis has become an incredibly common condition that needs prompt medical intervention.

What to Expect in our Bronchitis Treatments?

Our experienced professionals will, first, examine your breathing patterns to check for discrepancies. They will also evaluate whether bronchitis is attributed to bacteria, viral infections, or chest cold. The information will then impact if you get chest cold treatment or some other solution

Sometimes, our staff might take you through a comprehensive diagnosis to look for problems that might complicate bronchitis. Issues like COPD and asthma can worsen bronchitis and force professionals to provide solutions accordingly. Asthmatic bronchitis has become an incredibly common condition that needs prompt medical intervention.

You might want to book an appointment if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

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FAQs

Asthmatic bronchitis is the result of asthma and acute bronchitis fusing. The two conditions are interlinked; hence it’s only a matter of time before asthma puts individuals at risk of bronchitis. Asthma constricts the air vessels in the lungs, and when the airways get inflamed, they produce mucus. Acute bronchitis is also known as chest cold is an inflammation of the lining of the airways.

Typically, you don’t need antibiotics to treat acute bronchitis. This is because the majority of these infections are a result of viruses. However, your doctor might suggest:

  • Cough medicine
  • Humidifying the air
  • Pain relievers and fever reducers
  • Higher fluid intake
  • Reduction in smoking

Typically, acute bronchitis will last less than three weeks. However, with medical intervention, you will notice an increase in healing far quicker.

This depends on whether you have a viral form of bronchitis. If you do then you will be contagious for a few days, possibly a week. However, if it is not viral bronchitis then it can stop being contagious 24 hours after antibiotic intake.

Many people confuse asthma and bronchitis since one of their major symptoms is coughs. However, the doctor will look at other symptoms that might clarify the conditions further. Asthma is the inflammation of the airways, and bronchitis happens because of upper respiratory infections. However, asthmatic bronchitis is a mix of both conditions.