The Florida Panhandle contains several counties and LiceDoctors technicians make house calls to all of them. Whether you are on the west side in Pensacola or to the east in Panama City or Tallahassee or in the middle in Fort Walton Beach, we will come to you and help you with your lice problem.
LiceDoctors has successfully treated over 250,000 clients. Your technician will make a house call to you at your convenience and will use an all-natural protocol to eradicate the head lice. All treatments are guaranteed to be safe and effective.
LiceDoctors is certified by the Better Business Bureau with an “A” rating. Our pricing is affordable and treatments are covered by most FSAs/HSAs and some insurance plans. LiceDoctors is the only lice removal service in Florida with a physician medical director on staff–Dr. Stephen Beck.
The Florida Panhandle Lice Removal Service Area
Escambia County – Bellview, Brent, Brownsville, Century, Cantonment, Ensley, Ferry Pass, Gonzalez, McDavid, Molino, Muscogee, Myrtle Grove, Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Warrington, West Pensecola
Santa Rosa County – Avalon Beach, Bagdad, Gulf Breeze, Jay, Milton, Munson, Navarre, Pace
Okaloosa County – Baker, Crestview, Deerland, Destin, Escambia Farms, Fort Walton Beach, Holt, Lake Lorraine, Laurel Hill, Mary Esther, Niceville, Ocean City, Shalimar, Svea, Valparaiso
Walton County – DeFuniak Springs, Freeport, Miramar Beach, Paxton, Point Washington, Redbay, Santa Rosa Beach
Holmes County – Bethlehem, Bonifay, Esto, Noma, Ponce De Leon, Westville
Washington County – Chipley, Ebro, Greenhead, New Hope, Sunny Hills, Vernon, Wausau
Bay County – Bayou George, Bear Creek, Callaway, Cedar Grove, Fountain, Hiland Park, Laguna Beach, Lynn Haven, Mexico Beach, Millville, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, Rosemary Beach, Sand Hills, Sandy Creek, Southport, Springfield, West Bay, West Panama City Beach, Youngstown
Jackson – Alford, Bascom, Campbelltown, Cottondale, Cypress, Graceville, Grand Ridge, Greenwood, Jacob City, Malone, Marianna, Sneads, Two Egg
Calhoun County – Altha, Blountstown (County Seat), Broad Ranch, Carr, Chason, Chipola, Chipola Park, Clarksville, Cox, Frink, Henderson Mill,Kinard, Marysville, McNeal, Ocheesee Landing, Selman, Willis
Liberty County – Bristol, Estiffanulga
Gulf County – Dalkeith, Highland View, Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka, White City
Franklin County – Alligator Point, Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint
Leon County – Bradfordville, Capitola, Fort Braden, Meridian, Tallahassee, Woodville
Gadsden County – Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway, Mount Pleasant, Quincy
Wakulla County – Crawfordville, Medart, Panacea, Sopchoppy, Smith Creek, St. Marks, Wakulla
Jefferson County – Capps, Cody, Drifton, Fanlew, Lamont, Lloyd, Monticello, Waukeenah
Madiso County – Greenville, Lee, Madison, Pinetta
Taylor County – Perry, Steinhatchee
Lice Treatment Client Testimonials
“A brown bug crawled out of my hair and into my tuna salad. I’m not kidding. I took it out, put it in a plastic bag and went on the internet. Much to my dismay it was lice. I guess I’m glad it wasn’t a roach. I did some research and called LiceDoctors. They sent a lovely tech name Patty over an hour later. Besides having bugs in my hair I also had the eggs. I have to thank my daughter for this. By the way, Patty did a great job.” Bess L. in Tallahassee, Florida
“I’ll keep this short because I hate writing reviews but Licedoctors did a great job today. I just had to tell someone!” Serena K. from Pensacola, Florida
“Why did my 7 y.o. have to get lice? She is a horrible patient and I had a stomachache thinking about removing all those eggs. I decided to give myself a present so I called LiceDoctors and they did it for me. Best phone call I made this year. Seriously, call them if you have lice.” Amanda W. from Panama City, FL.
“Over the last 2 years we had lice three times. Little did I know that it was the same case that I wasn’t getting rid of. Turns out these pesky critters are resistant to the over the counter shampoos. Who would know that??? A friend suggested that I call LiceDoctors and I did. Finally we’re done. I never want to see a nit again.” Susan R. in Avalon Beach, FL
“After a phone call speaking with your lovely phone person, my initial thoughts were confirmed and I asked her to send a technician to me as soon as possible. As soon as possible turned out to be 45 minutes later which was amazing . Your tech was terrific, thorough but efficient, and the passed time quickly. She went over the follow-up plan which made sense. We did it and now it’s three weeks later and still no signs of lice or eggs. I just got off the phone with the pediatrician who recommended you and gave them a great review about you.” Lynn R. in Ponce De Leon, Florida
Lice Spray: Is It A Good Idea to Spray It In the Classroom and In Your House?
This is a question that we often hear. The answer to that is a resounding “NO”! Sprays are filled with chemicals that you will then inhale and a) they may be toxic b) they may not even kill the lice as lice have mutated and are resistant to many chemicals c) head lice do not survive very long off the head; without blood from the head, lice will die within 24 hours.
Contrary to what you may have read or heard, you do not need to disinfect your house with lice spray or even bag all the clothes or toys in the house. Fumigating classrooms is not healthy and it’s a waste of time. In a frantic attempt to eradicate a head lice infestation, parents and school personnel may feel a need to be proactive, which is fine, but using a lice spray is not the answer.
Parents and Schools Waste Time Cleaning
At LiceDoctors, we often get calls from frustrated and tired parents and school nurses, directors, or other personnel. It is not unusual for us to hear a parent or school administrator (especially from preschools) say that she or he has disinfected the entire house or classroom with lice sprays and yet the lice infestation persists. The target of any effective head lice treatment should be the head, not the house or the classroom. You can spray a room every minute of every day but if one or two lice eggs remain in the hair you still have a lice problem.
Don’t waste anymore time or money dealing with your classroom or your home; focus on the head. If you need help, LiceDoctors will be there for you. Give us a call in the Florida Panhandle region at 850-454-1719. We will be at your home or school whenever you need us.
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