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Fayetteville Family Clinic Education and Resources

Fayetteville Family Clinic is committed to providing high quality care and wellness education to our patients. Please use this page to explore educational resources.

  • Flu Shots

    Add one important task to your holiday season to-do list: Get a flu shot. “Flu season is typically between October and April each year, and the peak is December to February,” says Dr. Tyler Brockman, a physician at Washington Regional’s Fayetteville Family Clinic. That means flu season is beginning to peak just as many families are getting together for the holidays. The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones is to get a flu shot....

  • Protecting Your Eyesight

    Protecting your eyesight calls for more than just eating your carrots. “There are quite a few health conditions that can put eyesight at risk, including high blood pressure and unmanaged diabetes,” says Dr. Tyler Brockman of Washington Regional Fayetteville Family Clinic. “That’s why it’s so important to get annual checkups. We can catch these conditions during an office visit and get them under control before they affect your vision.”...

  • Taesha Winford, APRN, Fayetteville Family Clinic

    Simple Ways to Improve Your Health

    Most people say they want to get healthier but creating healthy habits can be difficult. There are a few simple things that almost everyone can do each day to improve overall health. They include eating a balanced diet and getting regular exercise, making sure you’re getting enough water and getting quality sleep each night....

  • Steven Spencer, MD, Fayetteville Family Clinic primary care provider

    The Importance of a Primary Care Provider

    Walk-in and urgent care centers provide convenient medical care when you need it. But there are many benefits that come with having a primary care provider – a physician or provider you see for wellness visits, checkups and when you’re sick....

  • Dr. Tyler Brockman Talks About Allergies and Asthma

    Allergies and Asthma - When It's Time to See Your Doctor

    For many people, the arrival of spring also signals the start of allergy season. “Allergies are very common here in Northwest Arkansas, especially during the spring and fall,” says Dr. Tyler Brockman of Washington Regional Fayetteville Family Clinic. “Part of the reason may be that we’re in the Ozark Mountains, so there are lots of trees and pollen, which can worsen allergies. We also have all four seasons here, so the weather can change rapidly and that can worsen symptoms.”...