Pediatric Care in Santa Barbara, CA
As parents, especially if this is your first child, you always have questions and concerns. Our For Parents section is here to try and help address some of the more common issues we are often asked as pediatricians.
Select from over 100 symptoms to read more about managing your child’s illness.
An easy to reference online guide to know when your child needs an exam and/or immunizations.
Links to online resources we recommend for information on parenting and child health issues.
Supplements & Vitamins for online purchase and onsite pick-up at Petite Pediatrics. Featuring Ortho Molecular & Springboard pediatric supplements and vitamins.
Pediatric Care at Petite Pediatrics
Dr. Charish Barry and her team of highly trained pediatric specialists are dedicated to providing the highest quality pediatric care to children throughout the Santa Barbara area. Their concierge-style approach ensures that your child received personalized attention. Dr. Barry has extensive experience providing comprehensive care to children from routine check-ups to sick child care. Call (805) 845-1221 to request an appointment at our pediatric office today!
As a child grows and develops, it is best for pediatricians to monitor their development through regularly scheduled appointments.
When your child falls ill, we want you to know that we’re here for you as it is our concern as well.
Scheduling your child’s physical is the best way to take a proactive approach to their health.
Influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are both extremely common conditions.
These tests help us to conclude accurate results regarding illnesses that may be affecting your child.
Anyone can develop tonsillitis, though it is especially common in young children. Recurrent cases of tonsillitis may call for the removal of these tissues if they are unresponsive to traditional treatments.
The outer lining of your eyeball is called the conjunctiva. When this part of your eye becomes inflamed, it is known as conjunctivitis or pink eye.
It is incredibly common for infants and young children to have some type of food allergy.
The variety of tests performed to determine a child’s particular allergy (or allergies) is known as allergy testing.
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that makes it difficult for air to pass through your lungs properly.
If left untreated, this issue can cause a child to be restless, misbehave and prevent him or her from learning in school.
Dr. Charish Barry has provided answers to frequently asked questions concerning breastfeeding in order to help mothers address common concerns.
Every child experiences potty training a little bit differently, and what may be an easy process for one may be incredibly difficult for another.