Pediatric Health Specialists - Services
Prenatal consultation is an important part of ensuring your healthy pregnancy. Choosing the right pediatric healthcare provider to accomplish this is just as important.
We want to make your choice easier. Our team of healthcare providers will help create a detailed prenatal care plan for you by learning about your medical history, current health condition, and other relevant information. We also perform diagnostic tests and physical exams as and when required. Our prenatal consultation service is complimentary. Please feel free to call and make an appointment, and we will be happy to help you.
You've gone through pregnancy, labor, and delivery, and now you're ready to go home and begin life with your baby. Once home, though, you might feel like you have no idea what you're doing! Our team at Pediatric Health Specialists specialize in newborn care. We make sure to monitor, identify, and treat any potential health problems early on. Our newborn care services include foster care, adoption care, lactation support, and support for your child’s feeding problems and tongue-tie issues.
Once you have given birth, it is very important to ensure that there is no insufficiency in your post-childbirth medical and nursing care. We are here to make sure of that. Our postnatal services include vaccination and immunization, as well as support for congenital disorders or genetic abnormalities and for colic and behavioral difficulties. We attend to your individual needs and plan the postnatal care according to your requirements, which continues for around six to eight weeks after childbirth.
Feel free to call us or drop us an inquiry on the website. You and your baby will be surrounded by professionals who truly care about helping you and your child achieve your postnatal care goals.
An early gift always puts a smile on people's faces. However, the gift of birth can quickly become a dismal affair when it is early. The complications related to premature birth are many. Hence it is essential to be up-to-date on the care infants need. One way to effectively cover these needs is through neonatal follow-up activities.
At Pediatric Health Specialists (PHS), we operate Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) to care for critically ill newborns. We use state-of-the-art equipment and a highly experienced team of clinicians consisting of neonatologists, neonatal nurses, respiratory therapists, and neonatal dieticians to help babies graduate from the NICU successfully.
Premature Baby Care | Feeding Problems in Premature Babies | G-tube, Apnea of Prematurity (AOP) & Oxygen Therapy | Medically Complex Child Care | Resolving Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) / Babies of Drug Dependent Mothers
The physical and intellectual development of children differs significantly from that of adults. The development period is crucial in a growing child's life since there is significant scope to address developmental issues with medical treatment. Hence, frequent wellness visits with a board-certified pediatrician are important for your child. It enables you to accurately monitor your child’s growth and development.
PHS provides general wellness examinations for children to help identify physical and behavioral health issues in their earliest development stages. We are dedicated to helping parents realize the most crucial goal of wellness checkups: creating a caring, trustworthy connection between parents, kids, and their medical staff.
It is natural for parents to get concerned when their children fail to develop as expected for their age. Our developmental delay treatment services at Pediatric Health Specialists include developmental screening, speech impairment testing, autism screening or testing, and customized ADHD interventions. We aim to improve the lives of children who face developmental challenges and delayed developmental milestones and to support their families throughout their child’s journey into adulthood.
Our chronic disease treatment services at PHS include pediatric treatment for obesity, allergies, asthma, and eczema. We firmly believe that children suffering from any of these chronic medical conditions need to be a part of family life, social life, and educational and leisure activities, just like all other children. Therefore, we follow an individualized approach to care that addresses the physical and emotional needs of each child with a chronic illness. We also encourage parents and other caregivers to participate in our nutritional, family education, and psychological counseling sessions to ensure your child’s healthy transition back into the community.