Pediatric Care in Rochester, NY
As parents, especially if this is your first child, you often have questions and concerns. Our Parent Information section is here to help address some of the more common issues we are often asked about as pediatricians.
We have compiled some of our own resources (including an electronic version of our colorful GAP packet for home remedies, handouts on breastfeeding, our immunization schedule, etc) and added to them some of our favorite resources from the web.
Pediatric Health Resources
Well Child Care
Besides providing routine health care, well-child visits at Genesis Pediatrics are important because they are effective in helping to prevent and detect illnesses and problems before symptoms occur.
We monitor, diagnose, and treat developmental and physical concerns as your child grows, including obesity. Click below for great sources of information on general health topics, safety, nutrition, and immunizations.
With all of this rapid growth and the standard amount of chaos that comes along with raising a child, it can be easy to miss new health problems. This is what makes regular screenings and checkups so important.
Many children develop at different ages and stages, however, there are some developmental milestones that are common for most children. These milestones are vital to observe and track to ensure the healthy development of your child and identify opportunities to help.
Great websites on the care of your newborn, breastfeeding advice, and some of our office handouts on these same topics.
Behavioral and Mental Health
Sick Child Care
Is your child showing symptoms? Schedule a sick child visit today!
Links to resources on home care of simple illnesses and injuries.
Think you know everything about the flu? Learn how to prevent getting the flu and how to treat it.
These tests help us to conclude accurate results regarding illnesses that may be affecting your child.
An ear infection is an infection that occurs in the space behind the eardrum, usually when bacteria or virus trap fluid causing pain and swelling.
The outer lining of your eyeball is called the conjunctiva. When this part of your eye becomes inflamed, it is known as conjunctivitis or pink eye.
We’ll review your child’s symptoms and medical history, and do a physical examination to diagnose pediatric asthma.