Pink Eye, Stye, Blocked Tear Duct, Minor Trauma, Eyelid Swelling, Seasonal Allergies
Ear Infection (Swimmer's Ear), Drainage from ear
Congestion, Runny Nose, Sinus Infection, Nose Bleed, Seasonal Allergies
Sore throat, Sores on Throat, Laryngitis
Sores in Mouth, Teething Pain, Dental Infections, Gum Swelling
Cough, Mild Asthma (Note that any audible wheeze, chest pain or shortness of breath should go to the ER immediately)
Mild Abdominal Pain, Constipation, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Hemorrhoids
Insect Bite, Eczema, Bacterial Skin Infection (Cellulitis), Fungal Rashes (Ringworm, Athlete's Foot, Jock Itch), Viral Rashes (Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease, Roseola, Chicken Pox), Scrapes, Minor cuts, Minor Burns
Sprains, Strains, Contusions (If needed, X-Rays can be ordered at the outpatient radiology clinic of your choice)
Breastfeeding Concerns (Female lactation consultant available upon request), Formula Issues, Diaper Rash, Blocked Tear Duct, Colic, Sleeping Issues
Acne, Private Concerns (that they just aren't comfortable speaking with Mom and Dad about)
Should parents have similar symptoms as the child we are treating, we will be happy to see and treat the parents as well, in a separate visit.
Should your child have significant chest pain, shortness of breath, trouble breathing, gasping for air, large cuts with significant bleeding, head trauma with loss of consciousness, choking episode with trouble talking or swallowing, seizure activity, becomes incoherent or unresponsive, or suffers a fall with any deformity of bone, please call 911 and/or go to the nearest Emergency Room immediately.
If your child is under 3 months old and has a temperature over 100.4, please take your child to the nearest Emergency Room immediately.
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