Dr. Timothy Chilcote practices Emergency Medicine in Overland Park, KS. Dr. Chilcote assesses patients who seek immediate medical attention at any time of day or night. Emergency Medicine Physicians are trained to efficiently work with each patient and situation no matter how acute or life-threatening. Dr. Chilcote examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
Education and Training
University of Illinois College of Medicine 2008
Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Emergency MedicineABEM
Dr. Timothy J Chilcote MD's Expert Contributions
Determine neurological function, treat the pain, determine if imaging is necessary (most times it’s not). READ MORE
Sure READ MORE
Sometimes. But usually after other therapies like antibiotics READ MORE
Direct pressure. READ MORE
It is rare. The cleaning process removes bacteria and sheds them into the body where they can set up shop on the heart valves. READ MORE
Exactly then. When you are short of breath. READ MORE
When you are dehydrated, when you have blood in your stool and when you’ve traveled to underdeveloped countries are some of the good reasons to go to the Ed for diarrhea READ MORE
You should see a physician in person to have that evaluated. READ MORE
Sure. Or a pediatrician READ MORE
Usually referral to primary care except in rare circumstances READ MORE
Causes include, but aren’t limited to ovarian torsion, appendicitis, colitis, uti, kidney stone, etc. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes. READ MORE
Likely non emergent. Your primary physician could draw a lead titer if you have a concern. READ MORE
Untreated bacterial infections can progress to sepsis. Sepsis is not a specific disease but a spectrum of symptoms cause by a bacterial infections. Common causes are pneumonia, urinary infection, cellulitis, bowel infections, etc. READ MORE
Chronic anxiety is best managed through a primary physician or psychiatrist. Acute changes in behavior should be addressed in the emergency department including suicidal thoughts, threats against others, overdoses and any other acute concerns. We can always help in a panic attack. READ MORE
Sepsis is a constellation of symptoms typically caused by an infection. you can be septic from an infection but it is a result of an underlying problem not something someone just gets. If you have a fever, pain, can’t breath, or any other medical concern you should go to the ER if you feel you need medical attention. If you have an infection making you sick enough to potentially be septic you should go to the Emergency room and not an urgent care. READ MORE
Yes. However anxiety is best managed by a long term relationship with a primary physician who can adjust medication. The hospital is always available for acute episodes or breakthrough episodes. READ MORE
If they are not getting better with home therapy, then yes. READ MORE
Sure. We can evaluate any number of emergent neck conditions. READ MORE
Call 911 READ MORE
Absolutely yes and should be checked immediately READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes. May be a reaction vs infection. READ MORE
Lots of back pain can be an emergency. Chronic back pain for months should be discussed with a primary care physician. If you can’t walk or you have neurological changes it is an emergency. READ MORE
Drink more plain water. Avoid alcohol, coffee, tea, and soda. If that doesn’t help, see your primary physician. READ MORE
Go see a medical professional. Mud is not the answer. READ MORE
Get plan b pill from pharmacy within 72 hours. Or call your OB READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes. A trauma surgeon only handles traumatic injury. An Emergency Physician handles acute medical complaints as well as trauma. They work in conjunction with each other but have different skill sets. READ MORE
Call 911 immediately. Teach your kids to swim. Install safety gates at all access points. READ MORE
Absolutely yes READ MORE
No. See a urologist. READ MORE
Ice, hydrocortisone cream, Benadryl. Go to ER if difficulty breathing or swallowing. READ MORE
Absolutely READ MORE
If you think that you have a focal neurological deficit go to the er. This includes weakness, numbness, difficult speech etc. READ MORE
Yes. Nasal foreign bodies can get infected and need to be removed READ MORE
Should ask the school about their policies. READ MORE
Yes. There are a number of possibilities, each facility and doctor uses a variety of medicines to help break a migraine. READ MORE
Many things cause back pain. If you can’t walk then yes. READ MORE
Yes. READ MORE
Yes. Bleeding can occur anywhere in the abdomen. Solid organs (kidney, liver, spleen) can bleed. Arteries and veins can bleed. Your entire abdomen is full of structures supplied by blood vessels, all can bleed. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
No. Find an ent. Pay cash. READ MORE
If it’s his first seizure he needs a full medical evaluation READ MORE
Yes. While it may not be your heart, there are a plethora of other causes of chest pain, some of which can be quite deadly. TC READ MORE
There is no specific answer for this honestly. Each patient should be assessed and treated on an individual basis and tests should be ordered based on their presentation and complaint. Without knowing more there is no way to say what lab tests should have been done. Or if any needed to be done at all. TC READ MORE
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