Beginning in 2024, Petite Pediatrics will begin offering a new, vanguard program we are ecstatic about. Through our social and emotional service line, we will be able to offer psychotherapy and supportive service for our patients. Recognizing the state of the times,
Many parents worry about their child’s eating habits. Maybe they only want mac and cheese for every meal, or they refuse to even touch vegetables. What can you do? One way to help your child eat well and help you worry less is to understand your job and your child’s job when it comes to food.
Asthma affects children in different ways. Some children have only occasional asthma attacks. Others have many asthma attacks that send them to the doctor often. If your child has asthma, the first thing to know is that treatment can control it.
The flu is caused by several influenza viruses (which are not the same as the virus that causes COVID-19). Most flu outbreaks happen in late fall and winter. Getting a flu shot in the autumn can help prevent the virus for the entire flu season.
Just as adults need to see their physician at least once a year for a wellness visit, so do children. You wouldn’t hesitate to take them if they are sick, but it’s just as beneficial to take them when they are not.
The mission of Petite Pediatrics has always been to optimize medical care and provide services that parents desire and children deserve. With this in mind, I am excited to introduce the Pod Care Program at Petite Pediatrics. The Pod Care Program encompasses home visits,
Summer 2020 During these difficult times, I would like to personally update patients and families at Petite Pediatrics and our greater community about our “Practice Commitment” and the modifications we are making to ensure the safe delivery of care for children.
Cloth Face Coverings for Children During COVID-19 Why are people wearing cloth face coverings right now? Since so many people who have COVID-19 don’t have symptoms, wearing cloth face coverings reduces the chance of transmitting the virus through the spray of spit or respiratory droplets.
Please review the following updates to our practice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. OFFICE HOURS: Shared daytime coverage with Dr. Iris Castaneda Van Wyk: Mon & Wed – Dr. Iris Tue, Thur & Fri – Dr. Barry Nighttime: Dr. Barry on-call Weekends: Dr.
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Human Coronaviruses (https://www.cdc.gov /coronavirus/about/index.html) are a family of viruses that usually cause illnesses like the common cold. Almost everyone gets one of these viruses at some point in their lives. Most of the time the illness only lasts for a short time.