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Fighting Flu Season: How to Protect Your Family from the Influenza Virus

With the arrival of flu season, many parents will be watching their children closely for symptoms of this dreaded virus.  The flu, also known as influenza, is a highly contagious Read More


As children return to school and sports, the issue of foot problems come to the forefront.  We often get questions regarding foot pain and foot shape and how this affects Read More

Car seat safety

Types of car seats Infants and toddlers: rear facing only or rear facing convertible.  All infants and toddlers should ride in a rear facing seat until they are at least 2 Read More

Lice: Facts and Fiction

According to, each year millions of children get head lice.  Lice do not cause serious illness or carry diseases, but they are a great nuisance.   Head lice are tiny insects Read More


Within the last few years, Neurologists and Pediatricians have begun to measure the ability of children, post-concussion to return to school and work.  Routinely, children need clearance from healthcare providers Read More

Zika Update

Living in Florida, we have had patients and friends concerned over the possibility of having symptoms of Zika virus or contracting the virus when visiting the state.  Here are a Read More

What's new in Pediatric Meningitis Vaccines

Our children receive quite a few vaccines in the first few years of life.  Many of them are given to prevent invasive diseases caused by bacteria.  One of these is Read More

Food Allergies

Food allergies are a more common occurence today than ever.  Scientists are not sure why they are occuring more commonly, but the research is ongoing.  Healthy explains that any Read More

Ear Infections and Your Child

I have chosen to discuss the subject of ear infections in this month's blog because it is the most common affliction affecting pediatric patients, and one that as practioners, Dr. Read More

Vaccine Awareness

August, the month that many of our children head back to school, is National Immunization Awareness Month.  The Centers for Disease Control develop and update immunization materials that can be used to reach out Read More

Summer Sun Safety

Summer is fast approaching.  No where, more than in Florida, is protecting our kids from the summer sun a priority.  Due to years of education, parents and kids both know Read More

Holiday hours

Holiday hours: December 24 2013 : 9:00 am to 12:30 pm December 25th: closed December 31st: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Jan 1st 2014: Closed Read More

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Annual Physicals

Year end is coming already?! Be sure your children's physicals are up to date. Read More

Welcome to our Website!

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