Some discipline tactics are specific for different age children or for different behaviors. We have several handouts that give general information on this topic or we can recommend a more comprehensive book to serve your needs.
Healthy nutrition and the prevention of obesity are extremely important. This issue should be addressed at every well-child visit and possibly more frequently depending on the situation. We do have consultations with a dietitian available if you feel or the … Continue reading
Conventional medicine is very good at treating some things and not very good at treating others. Conditions to be treated are evaluated on a case by case basis and recommendations will be made. If you are seeking alternative or complementary … Continue reading
Whether a physician is conservative or liberal with antibiotics often depends on the age of the patient and the seriousness of the illness being treated. With regard to treatment of your child, we are a team. Your physician will make … Continue reading
Urgent questions can be answered by one of our nurses or physicians on an as needed basis.For non-urgent parenting questions, please bring them up at your child’s well child visit.
We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations. This includes 10 visits in the first two years of life (these coincide with the recommended immunization schedule) and yearly after that.
Always call the office at 859-525-8181. An automated system will notify the physician on call so you can speak with them.
For appointments made in advance, you can see the same provider (or the provider of your choice). For acute care visits you may be asked to see another provider.
Yes, all physicians are board certified.
Yes, almost all of our physicians and staff have children. The ones who don’t are usually younger but plan to have them later. 🙂 > View Our Current Physicians & Staff