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Please be advised that this blog is a purely informational public platform and in no way constitutes medical advice from the physicians and nurses at Infinity Medical Clinic.

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Acne scarring can put a damper on your self-confidence. The scars and red spots from acne leave behind an uneven skin surface and discoloration. This can prompt you to wear heavy makeup, which can cause additional problems for your skin. Instead of fighting your acne scars by covering them up, consider medical cosmetic treatment to improve your skin texture. Chemical peels, Botox, and dermal fillers may be options for treating acne scars. With a personalized consultation from Dr. Stemmerman, you can be on your way to improving your skin and your confidence!


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Are you concerned about the depth of frown lines, forehead lines and squint lines on your face? If so, you may want to look into Botox Cosmetic treatments. Botox smooths out fine lines with noticeable results that last for several months—and all with a few injections near the troublesome areas. Dr. Stemmerman has received extensive training in providing Botox treatments to patients. Many people ask her what they can expect when getting Botox treatments to reduce the appearance of facial lines. If you’re interested in Botox, learn more from this blog post and make an appointment for a personalized consultation.


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Okay, ladies, let’s talk breast cancer screening! According to Breastcancer.org, approximately 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer during her lifetime. As you age, your risk for breast cancer increases, and you may also have a family history of breast cancer. But it isn’t all grim because mammograms are here to provide the gold standard for early breast cancer detection. Early detection of breast cancer results in better treatment outcomes, so you should discuss your screening options and family history with Dr. Stemmerman to develop a plan for your mammograms.


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Mental health is an important part of personal wellbeing, especially when it comes to children and adolescents. Events of recent years, including the disruptions inherent in the COVID-19 pandemic, have placed additional stress on children. They, too, can experience depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues, but the symptoms look a bit different in kids.


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Each fall, numerous weeds and plants produce pollen that can irritate the eyes, nose and lungs. Sneezing, itchy nose and eyes and fatigue can put a damper on your fall plans. Some people refer to these seasonal allergies as hay fever, but the source of fall allergies is more likely to be ragweed, leaf mold and dust mites than hay. Let’s review fall allergens and some ways to deal with common fall allergies.


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Is your child ready to participate in sports at school? If so, he or she will need a sports physical, also called an athletic physical or school physical. Marion and Cedar Rapids area school districts require sports physicals in order to identify medical history and any physical issues that could affect sports activities.


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Diabetes is a diagnosis that no one wants to hear, but it affects 34.2 million Americans, and even more, are at risk of developing one form of the disease. With nearly 10 percent of the population dealing with the symptoms and effects of diabetes, it is important to understand the disease and the two types — Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.


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Our new office will be located at 1260 35th St., Suite 2, Marion, IA 52302. We will begin seeing patients at our new location on April 22nd, 2024. Please contact us with any questions.