Nice weather is finally here and so are ticks! Many people are concerned with tick bites and Lyme disease. The first thing is to try and prevent tick bites. That can be accomplished by wearing long sleeves and long pants especially if around fields or woods, using bug spray containing DEET, inspecting your entire body for ticks and showering within 2 hours of being outdoors. If you do get a tick bite, remove the tick using tweezers. It is very unlikely to get Lyme disease from a tick bite locally and especially unlikely if the tick has been attached less than 36 hours. If you have had a tick bite and develop a rash where you were bitten, fever, feel tired, have body aches and pains, headache or stiff neck you should make an appointment to come in and be evaluated.

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Monday: 9:00am - 7:00pm

Tuesday:  8:30am - 5:00pm

Wednesday:  8:30am -5:00pm

Thursday: 8:30am -5:00pm

Friday: 8:30am​ -12:00pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday​

Call Us:  734-429-9377

Deborah L. Peery, MD

208 W. Bennett St

Saline, Michigan 48176

Phone: 734-429-9377

Fax: 734-429-8277


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In this practice we are committed to life-long health and harmony for ourselves, our families and the community we serve. We believe that to achieve this goal there must be a partnership between the patient and their physician.