Seeing a pediatrician routinely optimizes your child’s growth, development, and overall health and wellness. At Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA in Goose Creek, South Carolina, Zoe Pogue, MD, and her experienced team offer the full scope of general pediatrics services to provide the care your child needs in a friendly, welcoming environment. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book online today.
Pediatricians are medical professionals trained in medical care for babies, children, and teenagers. General pediatrics includes evaluation, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of health issues that many children face.
The team at Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA, specializes in treating allergies, asthma, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Some of the many general pediatrics services available at Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA, include:
The team at Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA, helps your child grow and develop at a normal, healthy pace and screens them for illness and disease. They stay up to date with the latest advances in general pediatrics to ensure your child receives top-quality care.
During general pediatric visits at Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA, your child’s provider completes:
A pediatric specialist weighs your child and checks their height, head circumference in babies and young children, pulse, blood pressure, temperature, and other vital signs.
Your doctor reviews your child’s medical history, developmental milestones, behaviors, lifestyle habits, and more. They ask about past diagnoses, surgeries, and medications your child might be taking.
General pediatrics care includes a physical exam. Your doctor evaluates your child’s eyes, ears, throat, vision, hearing, abdomen, breathing, heartbeat, and more.
Your pediatrician might recommend diagnostic tests, including urine tests, blood tests, nasal or throat swabs, allergy and asthma testing, ADHD evaluation, X-rays, or other imaging procedures.
Treatment, if necessary, might include medications, dietary supplements, lifestyle changes, therapy, allergy treatments, specialist referrals, and more. Your pediatrician discusses treatment options with you to find one you’re comfortable with.
Schedule a sick visit if your child has a high fever, rash, or other unusual or long-lasting symptoms. You should schedule well-child exams annually, or more often in babies and young children under three.
Give your child the best chance of staying healthy with premium general pediatrics care from the friendly staff at Lowcountry Pediatrics, PA. Call the office for an appointment or book online today.