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When your child has a sudden or acute illness, such as the flu or mono, the illness can quickly spread to the whole family, and needs to be monitored.

At Village Pediatrics, we can properly determine what your child is allergic to with allergy testing to reduce their risk of exposure to allergens.

Worried that your child may be contagious or the fever won't break? We can treat all of the common childhood illnesses at Village Pediatrics.

When their tiny hands are tugging at their ears, and there is fever and pain, these are all signals your little one may have an ear infection.

Not only can eye conditions in childhood impair the vision of the child, these conditions are generally very painful and have few treatment options.

Many parents do not know where to begin when a child brings home head lice, so we’re here to help clear the infestation to restore peace of mind.

Heartburn, acid reflux, and nausea are all symptoms your child could have that points to an illness or disorder of the esophagus or digestive tract.

The yellowing of the whites of the eyes and the skin (particularly the hands and feet) in newborns and children is an acute condition called jaundice.

When it comes to the management of their breathing conditions, it is important for children to breathe easily. We can help at Village Pediatrics.

Children will develop skin conditions (acne, hives, warts, insect bites, poison ivy, rash, ringworm, and sunburn). We are here to help with treatment.

Urinary tract infections (UTI) are a normal part of childhood, and parents need to know the signs to prevent complications and ease the discomfort.

An annual physical is critical for a child to make sure he or she is on track physically, developmentally, and mentally and to diagnose any issues.

Some schools, summer camps, sporting activities, and other basic activities may require a physical to prove your child is healthy and immunized.

Keeping your child immunized on schedule helps him or her have a healthy childhood at home and in school and prevent serious illness or disease.

Abscesses, burns, cuts, sutures, and broken bones can all necessitate a trip to the pediatrician's office to alleviate a trauma to the skin or bones.

If your child has trouble listening, following instructions, staying on task, and/or never finishing work in the classroom, your child may have ADD.

No need to go to a second location for a blood draw, throat swab, or urinalysis with Village Pediatrics and Clinical Pathology Laboratories.

X-ray services at Village Pediatrics are offered by CDI imaging located in our building for same-day convenience.

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