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Holts Healthcare

Pain & Wellness

Holts Healthcare Pain & Wellness is a multi-specialty clinic based in Fayetteville, GA. Our services include Primary Care, Wellness & Pain Management.

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What we do

Primary Care We Offer

Holts Healthcare Pain & Wellness provides the convenience of both virtual and in-office visits for their patients throughout the week. Patients have the flexibility to choose between accessing healthcare services remotely through virtual visits or visiting the office in person for their appointments.

The availability of virtual visits allows individuals to receive medical care from the comfort of their own homes, eliminating the need for travel or in-person interaction. This can be particularly beneficial for patients who may have mobility issues, live in remote areas, or prefer the convenience of virtual consultations.

PRP Injections

PRP Injections

Scientists have learned that the body can heal itself under the right conditions. Plateletrich plasma therapy is a type of regenerative medicine that leverages on the body’s ability to heal itself.

Medical Botox Injections

Botox injections are now being used for pain management to treat medical conditions such as cervical dystonia (neck spasms) and chronic migraines.

ketamine infusions

Ketamine IV infusions

Holts healthcare Clinic will help you with your migraines and chronic pain problems with medically managed ketamine infusion therapy.

Ultrasound guided trigger point injections

Ultrasound-guided trigger point injection is a safe and effective method of pain management. The injections contain anti-inflammatory medication with the gentle pain reliever lidocaine.

Kalato founder of Holts Healthcare

about holts healthcare

Holts Healthcare Clinic was started by Kalato Holts, a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

In her work over 10 years, she found that many people suffer from pain, either due to past injury, operation, cancer, or due to arthritis and other auto-immune diseases. She also discovered that many people end up overdosing on pain medication in their effort to reduce pain. She knows the heavy burden that chronic pain creates on patients, and the fact that pain has the power to limit and control their lives. She therefore came up with the idea to help patients in Fayetteville manage pain in safe but effective ways.

Oral Medication Prescribing

As a clinic, we are allowed to prescribe certain medications. As part of your treatment, we may prescribe certain oral medications which you can get from the onsite pharmacy.

Onsite Dispensing Pharmacy

To save on time, you can get all your rescribed medications from the onsite dispensing pharmacy.

Pap smear holts healthcare

PAP Smear

A PAP smear is a medical test that screens for cervical cancer in women. The test involves collecting cells from the cervix and sending them to a laboratory for analysis.

PAP smears are important because they can detect abnormal cells in the cervix before they become cancerous, help prevent cervical cancer by detecting precancerous conditions, and are recommended screening tests for cervical cancer in women. 

Healthcare providers can help determine the appropriate frequency of testing based on a woman’s medical history and risk factors.


Physical Examination

The Annual Physical Examination is a crucial component of preventive healthcare, aimed at identifying potential health issues and promoting overall well-being. This comprehensive examination is typically conducted when a patient is in good health and involves a range of screenings tailored to individual factors such as age, medical history, family history, and health recommendations.

The Annual Physical Examination serves as an essential tool in promoting preventive healthcare and empowering individuals to take charge of their health. Regular participation in this examination is strongly encouraged to ensure early detection, timely intervention, and optimal health outcomes.


Cologuard / Colonoscopy

Cologuard is a noninvasive screening test used to detect colorectal cancer and precancerous polyps in the colon. It is an alternative to the traditional colonoscopy, which involves a more invasive procedure.

Cologuard is a stool-based test that analyzes a person’s stool sample for DNA changes and blood that may indicate the presence of cancer or precancerous growths. The test is performed at home, and the collected sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis.

A colonoscopy is a medical procedure used to examine the inside of the colon (large intestine) and rectum.

It is considered the gold standard for colorectal cancer screening and is also used to diagnose various gastrointestinal conditions.

self-breast exam

SBE (Self-Breast Exam)

A breast self-exam is a valuable tool for detecting breast cancer early. By combining physical and visual examinations, it allows you to check for any signs or symptoms of the disease.

The main goal of a breast self-exam is to familiarize yourself with the normal appearance and feel of your breasts. This awareness, known as breast self-awareness, enables you to quickly identify any changes or abnormalities, such as new lumps or skin changes. If you do notice any changes during a breast self-exam, it is important to promptly report them to your healthcare provider.

While a breast self-exam is beneficial for early detection, it should not replace regular mammograms and clinical breast exams. These additional screenings are essential for comprehensive breast health care.

mammogram healthcare


A mammogram is an x-ray that enables a qualified specialist to examine breast tissue for any suspicious areas. It involves exposing the breast to a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce an image.

Mammograms can often detect breast lumps before they are palpable. They can also identify tiny clusters of calcium known as micro-calcifications. These lumps or specks may be caused by cancer, fatty cells, or other conditions such as cysts. Additional tests are necessary to determine if abnormal cells are present.

Profile view of concentrated Asian microbiologist examining sample with help of modern microscope while wrapped up in work at dim laboratory


A clinical lab test requires a medical professional to collect a sample of blood, tissue, or other biological matter from the patient. The collected specimen is then sent to the clinical laboratory for analysis by trained medical professionals using advanced equipment.

Upon completion of the testing process, the lab will provide a report containing the findings to the ordering physician, who will interpret the results. Subsequently, the physician will discuss the findings with the patient and determine the most suitable course of action.

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