How to Babyproof Your Home
Before you bring your baby home from the hospital, you need to make sure that home is a safe place for them. Some baby proofing should be done immediately, but some things can be put off until later when crawling and walking are imminent. The more you get done before, the less you’ll have to […]Read More
8 Ways to Encourage Your Child to Be Physically Active
Encouraging your child to have a balanced diet and engage in physical activity can set them on the path for total wellness Here are ways you can encourage your child to be physically active:Read More
Are Vaccines Safe for Children?
Vaccinations are one of the most basic ways to protect your child’s health, but you may have questions about them before you make your decision.Read More
We have flu vaccines!
We have received flu vaccines and are ready to serve you. Please call for an appointment with a nurse for a flu shot for all of your children. We will have availability on some weekdays from 2-6:30pm and some weekends from 9am-noon. We are sorry but there is no nasal spray flu vaccine available this […]Read More
7 Back to School Tips for Parents
The new school year is upon us and we wanted to offer some back to school tips to help you and your child stay safe, healthy and have a great year.Read More
Why Eye Exams for Children are Important
Children need good vision for healthy physical development. Young children are still developing their vision systems and the eyes and brain need to work together for normal development. Impaired vision can affect a child’s day to day life in many different ways. They can struggle in school (some experts say 80% of learning is visual) […]Read More
Kids and Sleep: How Much Do They Really Need?
Sleep is an integral part of staying healthy for everyone. With kids, it is even more important for their growing bodies to get plenty of rest so they can develop properly. But it can be an uphill battle getting them to bed on time. So, how much sleep do kids really need? The amount of […]Read More
Developmental Milestones for Baby’s First Year
Every child develops at their own rate, but here the various milestones you can expect in your baby’s first year as outlined by the American Pediatric Association:Read More
Summer Safety: What Parents Need to Know
Here are some helpful summer safety tips for parents to keep in mind and help make the most of this season:Read More
Kids’ Fevers: How High is Too High?
Fevers often get a bad rap, particularly when it comes to children. Although they leave many parents worried, in most people, a fever is rarely dangerous.Read More