Travel Clinics of America is your best choice for receiving high-quality pre-travel care, sound travel advice, and peace of mind.


When you travel out of the country, it’s wise to expect the unexpected. Being far from home means there is a risk of contracting disease. The physicians at Travel Clinics of America can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to avoid and treat disease.


Medications to prevent malaria

There are several medications available to prevent malaria. Each of them has unique advantages and side-effects. Travel Clinics of America will help you determine which prescription is best for you.


Medications to treat traveler’s diarrhea

Traveler’s diarrhea affects half of all travelers to the developing world. Travelers typically develop the condition after inadvertently swallowing germs during mealtime. While carefully following food and water precautions is the best defense, antibiotics may be required for treatment. Travel Clinics of America can prescribe the best medications for your destinations to take with you.



Influenza breaks out in different seasons around the globe, so travelers may not realize that they are at risk. The flu shot works, so Travel Clinics of America will let you know if flu vaccine is recommended for your destination and time of travel.


Medication for motion sickness

Motion sickness may occur when traveling, especially by boat. You may experience dizziness, cold sweats, and nausea (with or without vomiting). Sedating antihistamines are the most commonly used remedy. Discuss options during your visit to Travel Clinics of America.


Medications and advice for jet lag/sleep issues

While jet lag is not a serious health threat to international travelers like malaria or yellow fever, it can significantly decrease the quality of your trip. Jet lag is a disruption in the traveler’s internal clock that occurs when several time zones are crossed. International travelers have many tools available to minimize jet lag. Talk to your Travel Clinics of America provider about options.


Medications to control allergic reactions

Discuss your allergies with your Travel Clinics of America physician, so you can be prepared with appropriate medication to handle allergic reactions. Even if you do not have a history of allergies, it may be wise to include an antihistamine such as Benadryl in your travel kit.

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