- July 1, 2015
Seasons Family Medicine has worked together to provide the entire family with the best healthcare experience possible each and every day. Our Board Certified Family Physician Michael Packer, MD and Travis Weiszhaar, PA-C specialize in caring for every member of your family. Having a family medicine provider means having a highly qualified medical specialist who knows your medical history, and knows you as a person and as a part of a family.
Our Board Certified Family Physician and Physician Assistant strive to provide modern, high-level medical care in a friendly, calm environment to Rexburg and the Upper Valley area.
Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which the body’s inability to produce enough insulin causes elevated levels of glucose in the blood.
Commercial drivers must complete a physical with a certified health care provider to remain licensed.
Abnormally high blood pressure, or hypertension, is a condition that forces blood against the artery wall and can lead to health risks.
Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect a person against subsequent infection or disease.
Our in house lab tests help identify proper diagnosis, treatment, and other prevention procedures needed in maintaining one’s health.
Sutures, tissue adhesives, staples, and skin-closure tapes are all options in caring for lacerations of the skin.
Broken bones are very common in childhood, though children’s fractures are generally less complicated than fractures in adults.
Mole removal consists of an evaluation to determine potential health risks and removal if and when necessary.
A physical examination can help determine correct diagnosis. We also perform physicals sports, scouts, and mission.
Whether pre-cancer skin treatment, acne treatment, or even skin tag removal Seasons Family Medicine can help.
At this exam our providers will check your infant or child’s growth and development in order to find or prevent problems.
Michael M. Packer, MD graduated from Ricks College in 1988 and the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1990. He then attended the University of Washington School of Medicine where he graduated in 1994. Dr. Packer then did his residency at John Peter Smith Hospital Family Medicine until 1997.
Travis Weiszhaar, PA-C attended Boise State University for his Bachelors of Science. After graduating he went to Des Moines University for his Physician Assistant degree and later got a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska.Travis is a member of the American Academy of Physicians Assistants and is currently serving as a Lt. Colonel in the Idaho National Guard.