Pediatrics Department at RxDx Kids
A General pediatrics department at RxDx Kids offers one of its kind centers, which has child-friendly décor, child-friendly toys and an area that is absolutely a pleasure to be in while you wait for your pediatrician. There is a well-qualified, highly experienced pediatrician always available to attend to children round the clock every day of the year. The RxDx Kids’ clinic has a well-maintained observation ward for children who need closer observation as well as private rooms in case of a more extended stay.
Various super specialties available under pediatrics
- Pediatric Cardiology
- Pediatric Dermatology
- Pediatric Endocrinology
- Child and adolescent psychology and counseling
- Speech and hearing
- Occupational therapy
- Developmental Pediatrics
- Asthma and Allergy specialists
- Pediatric Surgery
- Pediatric Plastic surgery
Well baby check up
Many parents view this well-baby visit at a time for scheduled vaccinations and to see how much your child has grown in the past few months.
However, well-baby care also is a chance to raise questions and concerns about your child’s development, behavior, and general well-being — questions that are difficult to discuss during sick visits. For instance, pediatricians are used to addressing common concerns with parents such as eating, sleeping, toilet training, social behaviors, as well as attention and learning problems. Having regular well-child visits with your child’s doctor and raising the concerns that matter most to you are key ingredients in helping the doctor know you and your child, and in forming a reliable and trustworthy relationship.
At RxDx our experienced and sensitive pediatricians give the parent that time and the attention to get all their queries answered during a well-baby checkup. Our Pediatricians and parents share the goal of healthy children. Pediatricians want the well-child visit to serve the needs of children and their families best. We believe a team approach can best develop optimum physical, emotional, and developmental health for the child.
Our pediatric dentist, Dr. Akhilesh Sharma is one of the gentlest dentists that one can meet and children find it a pleasure to be seen by him. The following services are provided at the pediatric dental clinic.
- Bleaching /whitening
- Root canal therapy
- Periodontal Surgeries
- Post & core
- Implant supported dentures
- Cosmetic surgeries
- Orthodontic treatment
- Crown and bridge prosthesis
- Laminates and veneers
- Preventive dental care
Pediatric Plastic surgery
- Birth deformities of the head, neck, limbs, and torso
- Trauma (such as motor vehicle accidents, complex wounds, and burns)
- Vascular malformations
- Nerve palsies (facial palsy, peripheral nerve)
- Birthmarks, tumors, and growths
- Growth disturbances, including overgrowth syndromes and hypoplasia
- Appearance-related conditions
At RxDx kids, the doctor diagnoses and makes a plan of action along with the parents. The surgery is performed based on the doctor and parent’s choice.
Pediatric Asthma and Allergy treatment at RxDx
The diagnosis of allergies is done by correlating symptoms with Allergy skin test and/or blood test. Immunotherapy is one of the most effective treatments for curing allergies, asthma, and eczema. Treatment of food allergies treatment is done with prevention and oral immunotherapy. Asthma management includes systematic diagnosis and appropriate short-term and long-term treatment. Pulmonary function tests, personalized asthma action plans are used for the best outcomes of asthma.
If you are facing issues related to skin allergy, food allergy or symptoms of allergy and asthma Call us at 080 – 4926 1111 or write to us firstname.lastname@example.org to fix your appointment with our specialists.
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