As a family medical clinic, we provide care for adolescents and pediatric care. Our pediatric and adolescent care includes well-child check-ups, immunizations, physicals, and visits to various ailments.
Our recommended well-child check timeline begins at birth and phases out around age 5. After one year we generally recommend a 15-month visit, an 18-month visit, and finally a visit after the child’s second birthday. The majority of children will have yearly visits through age 4-5 at which point they’ll receive the last round of immunizations until they reach the age of 12.
We always want to help our patients feel better, so we make it a priority to have daytime appointments available for sick visits. Calling our office as early as possible is the best way to ensure you get a same-day appointment. We’ll always do our best to get our patients in for a visit and on their way to feeling better.
Athletic and school physicals are a great time to get 10-18 year-olds into the doctor, make sure they’re developing correctly, and get them caught up on any immunizations they’re lacking. These physicals are usually done in late summer or early in the school year. We make special considerations when scheduling these visits because we want kids to have priority so they can get out and active as quickly as possible. Give us a call and we’ll schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Our acne products provide cleaner skin and work well on their own without the need for topical prescriptions. We also offer chemical peels, which work by removing the top layer of skin to allow new, healthy skin to become present.
Anxiety and depression can occur in childhood but are treatable. With anxiety, a child may feel nervous, scared, or shy and may start to avoid places and activities. A child suffering from depression may start to become sad or uninterested in things they used to enjoy. If your child is experiencing these symptoms, we offer treatments that can help.
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