Daffodil Pediatrics

3 years - 13 years

Toddler to Adolescent

Wellness checks for 3 - 13 years include all necessary vaccines, and start to include weight management, sports physicals, and annual health checks.

Developmental milestones will begin to review social skills, language and comprehension, psychological development.

Remember, success of your child - even through adulthood - is most positively affected by detection and management of early developmental issues.

Studies show that children 18 months delayed at 4 years when compared to their peers often remain developmentally delayed indefinitely.

Many of these developmental delays can be caught and corrected before they create long term affects.

As you child becomes involved in sports and outdoor play, exposure to environmental conditions and injury occasionally engender a sick visit.

That’s all part of growing up and we are there with you every step of the way.

View each recommended Comprehensive Health Check for your child’s first 13 years (as guided by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Bright Futures).

The Healthy Sidebar
Antibiotics cannot cure a cold - the 'common cold' and 'the flu' are both viruses (also called a viral infections). Anti-biotics only work against bacterial infections. It's not too late to have your child vaccinated again the flu.
Tips for preventing Food Hassles. The specific nutritional choices you and your youngster make are crucial, Good nutrition is essential to good health and the American Academy of Pediatrics encourages parents to think of their nutritional decisions as health decisions.
The clingy infant arrives around 10 months of age, and parents know when they see it. Suddenly, leaving the child’s line of sight causes the little one great distress—thanks in part to the child's undeveloped sense of time and lack of experience with a parent's absence. Forbidding children from eating foods doesn't work. When children think that a food is forbidden by their parents, the food often becomes more desirable.
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