Physician specializing in pediatrics, the area of medicine dealing with the health and diseases of children and adolescents
Pediatrician-Physician who specializes in the care of babies and children.
Pediatricians are physicians who have specialized training in treating children's illnesses. Like the family practitioner, pediatricians may or may not have experience with ADHD. Because ADHD is most prevalent in children, it is likely that a pediatrician has experience in the ADHD screening process, and can help rule out (or identify) medical conditions similar to behavior or learning patterns of ADHD. In addition, pediatricians will have more experience than a family physician in prescribing medications for children. And like family physicians, they, too, are an excellent resource for therapeutic referrals to local ADHD specialists.
A physician who specializes in treating infants and children up to adolescence.
a physician with special training in the care of infants and children.
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a specialist in the care of babies
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a doctor specializing in the health and disease of children and teenagers
a doctor that cares for children and teens
a Doctor that specializes in looking after children
a doctor that specializes in the causes and treatment of childhood diseases
a doctor who treats children
a doctor who understands babies and children
a doctor who works with babies, children, teenagers, and sometimes young adults
a medical doctor (MD) who is trained in childhood disorders that involve physical or medical conditions
a medical doctor specializing in the care of infants, children, and teenagers, as well as the treatment of their diseases
a medical doctor that specialises in treating children
a medical doctor who specialises in the care of children
a medical doctor who specializes in providing preventative care, as well as treatment for illnesses and injury, to children
a medical doctor with specialized training in caring for children from birth through adolescence
a medical specialist who is primarily concerned with the health, welfare and development of children and is uniquely qualified for these endeavors by virtue of interest and initial training
a resource to the family throughout the early years and can help lay the groundwork for a healthy adolescence and adulthood
a specialist who spent at least three years studying children's health
a trained physician who spends his or her three year residency specializing in providing care for young people
Doctor who specializes in the care and development of children and the treatment of their diseases.
A specialist in pediatrics.
Concerned with the medical, emotional and social health of children from birth to young adulthood. Children's health care
A doctor who specializes in treating children.
a physician who specializes in the care of children.
a physician who will follow your child as he/she grows and help coordinate the multiple specialists involved.
A doctor who specializes in caring for infants, children and adolescents.
Medical doctor specializing in newborns, infants, children and adolescents.
provides medical services to infants, children, and adolescents; trained in overall growth and development of these individuals and their motor, sensory, and behavioral development.
A physician who specializes in the treatment of children.
(also PEDIATRIST) is a medical doctor who specializes in the care and treatment of children.
a children’s doctor
A physician specializing in treatment of children.
a doctor who specialises in the treatment of children
a doctor who specializes in the care of infants and children.
a doctor who specializes in the prevention of illness and primary health care and treatment of diseases in children.
A doctor who specializes in caring for a child's basic health care needs such as immunizations, check-ups and basic illnesses.