Amaze is not currently prescribing controlled medications for the purposes of pain management, anxiety, depression or attention deficit disorders. Local primary care providers and psychiatrists who can see you in person and carefully manage the risk of addiction are recommended for these purposes. We would be very happy to work with you to understand the type of provider that might be most suitable for your situation and to find you a local provider that is accepting new patients.

To read about some of the medical conditions Amaze does diagnose and\or treat, please expand the subject you’re interested in below.

Symptoms can include simple pimples, uninflamed blackheads, pus-filled pimples and sometimes larger, red, inflamed bumps on the skin. Treatments can include creams, cleaners, antibiotics and/or dietary changes. Occasionally in serious cases, we might recommend a dermatologist or local primary care provider.

Symptoms can include itchy watery eyes, irritated skin, nasal congestion, sneezing and/or coughing and hives. Food or medication allergies can have more serious symptoms including swelling, difficulty swallowing, or difficulty breathing. Treatment can include antihistamines, topical ointments, and corticosteroids. Occasionally we will refer you to a local primary care provider, allergist, or dermatologist.  Serious allergic reactions can be life-threatening and we might ask you call 911 if we believe your life is in danger. 

Symptoms include narrowing of the airways, difficulty breathing, pain or tightness in the chest, cough and wheezing. Treatment can include inhalers, oral steroids, and nebulizers. If you have never been diagnosed with asthma before or require follow-up with a local provider who can administer more hands-on care, we will provide you with a referral. Asthma can lead to live-threatening situations and we will direct you to emergency care when necessary. 

Characterized by inflammation of the bronchial tubes, symptoms can include shortness of breath and coughing, which will usually produce thickened and discolored phlegm. Treatment depends on the cause and type of bronchitis but will generally include medications to alleviate your symptoms, such as inhalers and cough medication.  Bronchitis can be a sign of, or result in, more serious illness that might require referral to a local medical provider. 

Symptoms include blisters on or around the mouth area that may crack and bleed, and can be accompanied the first time by other symptoms such as a sore throat, swollen glands, and red or swollen gums. Treatment may not be necessary but can include the use of topical and/or oral antivirals.

Can manifest as difficulty passing stool, hard stool, straining to “go”, a sense of incomplete or fewer bowel movements, and/or belly bloating. Treatment can vary depending on the cause but includes hydration, diet and lifestyle changes, and medications. Severe constipation could result from a bowel obstruction or other serious condition requiring immediate in-person care and close follow-up.

Having multiple causes, coughing is often associated with other symptoms such as throat irritation, mucus drainage, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. Treatment varies depending on the underlying cause but may include cough drops/syrups, mucus-thinning medications, decongestants, inhalers, steroids, and/or antibiotics. Sometimes, you may need to be seen by a local medical provider so they can provide follow-up treatment. 

We treat a wide variety of dental complaints such as gum inflammation, tooth infection and dental abscesses. We understand the limitations of visiting a dentist during this time and can provide support by prescribing antibiotics (if warranted) and non-narcotic pain control related to dental discomfort. Our team includes a board certified Dentist that can review your case and discuss further treatment options if needed. We also offer assistance in finding a local dentist for follow up and will work on your behalf to find the best pricing available.
Symptoms include roughness, itching, cracked or bleeding skin. Treatment can include lifestyle changes, moisturizers, dietary changes and the use of humidifiers.  Chronically dry skin can also be the result of allergies or other medical conditions that will need to be treated by a local specialist such as a dermatologist or allergist.

Symptoms vary depending on the cause but can include hearing issues, vertigo, dizziness, ear aches, fever, feeling of ear fullness, crackling or swishing sounds. Treatment can include antibiotics depending on the cause, pain reducers or NSAIDs, medicated ear drops or decongestants.  While most ear problems can be diagnosed virtually, sometimes we’ll need to refer you for further examination by a local provider who can look in your ears.

Can be associated with chills, sweating, headaches, muscle aches, weakness, loss of appetite, irritability and dehydration. Treatment depends on the cause and severity of the fever but can include a fever reducer such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, antibiotics or antivirals.  Extremely high or uncontrollable fevers may require further treatment or hospitalization. Fevers with an unknown cause will also require additional follow-up. 

Symptoms can include fever, chills, sore throat, cough, congestion, body aches, fatigue, headaches, and in some cases vomiting and diarrhea. Treatment can depend on severity and complications but often includes rest, hydration, proper nutrition, decongestants, and antivirals. Because COVID symptoms can be similar to influenza symptoms, our team can assess you and refer you for appropriate testing.

Symptoms can include head pain, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, and feeling too warm or cold. Treatment can vary depending on cause but includes pain reducers, migraine medications, and sometimes nerve medications. Treatment may also involve making dietary or lifestyle changes.

Symptoms include itching, visible lice (small insects) on scalp, lice eggs (nits) on hair shafts, and sores on the scalp, neck and shoulders. Treatment includes topical medications like permethrin, benzyl alcohol, ivermectin, spinosad, and malathion and should be followed up by completely disinfecting your home. We can examine you virtually through an Amaze video call in order to diagnose head lice.

Usually, high blood pressure does not cause any symptoms (which is why it can be dangerous), but severe or long-standing hypertension may cause headaches, fatigue, confusion, vision problems, chest pain, difficulty breathing, irregular heartbeat, or pounding in your chest, neck, or ears. Treatments include dietary and lifestyle changes, and medications to control blood pressure.

Symptoms include itching, swelling, redness or rash, and/or pain in the affected area or in the muscles. Treatment can depend on the severity of the bite and the patient’s reaction to it, but may include creams to stop itching and reduce swelling, antihistamines, and pain reducers such as acetaminophen. 

Symptoms include pain, swelling, and decreased movement of the affected joint(s). Treatment can include NSAIDs, changes in diet and lifestyle, and/or exercises and physical therapy to reduce the pain and increase muscle strength to support the joints.

We can treat injuries such as sprains, bruises, insect bites, burns, and cuts. We can evaluate them through pictures and/or video and help you find a nearby facility if the injury is too severe to treat virtually.

Associated symptoms include the urge to vomit, dry heaves or gagging, dry mouth or salivating, and vomiting. Treatment can vary depending on cause but includes anti-nausea medications, hydration, and a regimen of a bland or liquid diet.

Symptoms include redness and swelling in the white of the eye or inner eyelid, more tears than usual, thick discharge that crusts over the eyelashes (especially after sleep), and itchy, burning eyes. Treatment can include lubricating, antibiotic, or anti-allergy eye drops or ointment depending on the cause and severity.

Symptoms can include batches of red or skin-colored itchy welts, which can appear anywhere on the body. Welts can vary in size, change shape, and appear and fade repeatedly as the reaction runs its course. Treatment can depend on cause but may include antihistamines, topical treatments, or measures to stop an allergic reaction (such as epinephrine).

Symptoms depend on the underlying cause but can include coughing, difficulty breathing, breathing noisily, lingering chest pain, mucus production, and chest tightness. Treatment depends on cause and severity, and our medical providers can chat with you right away to determine the best course of action.

Characterized by one or more red, itchy, or scaly patches on the skin that may have a surrounding darker “ring.” Treatment generally includes an antifungal topical medication.

Symptoms include pus from the affected area, pain, swelling, fever, and/or a red streak leading away from the site of infection in the direction of the individual’s heart. Treatment can depend on the cause and severity of the infection but should include sanitizing the area and possible topical or oral antibiotics.

Symptoms include pain, scratchiness, or irritation of the throat that often worsens when you swallow. Treatment can depend on the cause but includes pain relievers and medications that soothe the soreness. If there is an infectious cause, one of our providers will prescribe medication to treat this as well.

Symptoms include pain in the nasal area, headache, congestion, mucus production, and a feeling of fullness behind the eyes, nose, and cheek area. Treatment can vary depending on cause but can include antihistamines and nasal sprays, and antibiotics for true sinus infections.

Symptoms can include nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, painful swallowing, and cough. Treatment can include pain relievers, antihistamines, decongestants, mucus-thinning agents, anti-inflammatories, and occasionally antibiotics.

Symptoms can include pain or burning during urination, increased frequency or urgency, blood in the urine, and/or a feeling of incomplete bladder emptying. Treatment can depend on the cause but can include bladder relaxants, antibiotics, and/or changes in diet and lifestyle.

Symptoms can include changes in vaginal discharge, odor, itching, burning, and possibly pain. Treatment can depend on the cause but may include topical creams, oral antibiotics, and lifestyle and diet changes.

Associated symptoms can include abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, lightheadedness, vertigo, sweating, and dry mouth. Treatment can vary depending on the cause of the vomiting but may include anti-nausea medications, proper hydration, and diet changes. Severe vomiting and certain underlying causes could result in the need for immediate referral to an in-person provider.