What Happens In A Prenatal Visit?

Posted on: 13 September 2021
If you are a pregnant woman, you have no doubt been looking forward to the time when you can actually meet your little baby and hold them in your arms. Fortunately, if you have a good doctor through your prenatal care, they can help your pregnancy to go as smoothly as possible. While every doctor is slightly different, most will want to check in with you at least monthly in your first two trimesters and then twice monthly in your third trimester.
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Academic Struggles In Young Children Could Be Connected With Hearing Impairment

Posted on: 12 August 2021
When young children struggle in school, especially if they previously were doing well academically, the parents might take the youngster to an optometrist for a vision check. If testing does not find vision problems, the parents may be perplexed about what is wrong. Since hearing loss is unusual in this age group, they might not suspect that the child has developed this particular problem. If the youngster has lost some hearing ability due to disease or trauma, hearing aids will be beneficial.
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What To Expect From Heel Spur Surgery

Posted on: 14 July 2021
Heel spurs can be quite painful. If you've tried various stretches, therapeutic shoes, splints, and exercises — but to no avail — then your best option may be surgery. This surgery can be performed by an orthopedic or podiatric surgeon. It's not uncommon or invasive, but it's still nice to know what to expect.  Preparing for Heel Spur Surgery If your current podiatrist does not perform surgery, then you will need to have a consultation with a surgeon before you schedule your heel spur surgery.
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All About Prickly Heat And When To See A Pediatrician

Posted on: 10 June 2021
During the summer, your child may experience bouts of a condition known as prickly heat. This condition is common but usually not dangerous. However, you should keep an eye on rashes of any kind to ensure they do not worsen. Prickly heat rashes could be a sign of something more serious beginning to form. Continue reading to learn more about prickly heat and when you should see a pediatrician. What Is Prickly Heat?
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