The Children’s Clinic Professional Association has been providing pediatric care for babies, children and adolescents in the Jackson, Tenn., area for many years. Our pediatricians and staff are dedicated to providing excellent personal care for you and your children from birth through their teenage years.
Children’s Clinic has five pediatricians who are each committed to offering the best care for your child. Our pediatricians will play an integral part of your child’s health and well-being from infancy through the teenage years and provide personalized and compassionate care to each patient.
With the trip back to school, comes a special issue for parents to fret about: lunchtime. It is vitally important for parents to know what their children are eating and drinking throughout the day, as nutrition plays a vital role in how well a student is situated for learning. Hunger and a lack of energy will set your kids up for failure from the get-go.
Wow! It’s almost time to head back to school! Summer ends way too quickly, it seems, especially for the little ones who now have to trudge back out to school every day (and the littler ones who are attending for the first time). The schoolyard brings with it a host of health and safety concerns for children. Here are a few things to be mindful of going through the year:
As the school year kicks off, many children are preparing to dive deep into their preferred sports. Because of the intense physical challenges that can come from schoolyard athletics, students are required to receive a physical check up from a doctor to assure they have the ability and health required to participate in such events. These preparticipation physical exams, or PPEs, determine whether or not the child is allowed to be involved. School sports physicals are non-invasive, and they can be divided into two basic parts:
For the vast majority of human history, doctors cared for the young and old alike without any particular specializations. Though some medical practitioners made reference to or wrote about issues that commonly affect children, there was no specific field dedicated to childhood medical care. It was not until recent centuries that we began to recognize the special difficulties and unique needs that children may have with regards to medical care.
Fireworks are an explosively good time for most people, leading to a lot of “oohs” and “aahs” as they burst forth with their bright, multicoloured showers, replete with crackles and pops. Unfortunately, without proper attention, supervision, and care, playtime with fireworks can turn serious very quickly. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, over twelve thousand people were admitted to U.S. emergency care in 2017 due to injuries sustained while handling fireworks. A study done by the CPSC suggests that the sect of society most affected by these injuries is, unsurprisingly, children. Individuals under the age of 20 accounted for half of the injuries sustained according to the study, while children 15 and below made up more than a third.
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