Patient Reviews!

The best compliments are the reviews we receive from our patients. We take great pride in partnering with our parents and in treating our patients like family. Read what they have to say below! 

Button Battery Injuries in Children

Prevention and Safety From Button Battery Injuries By: AAP Council on Injury, Violence and Poison Prevention   More than 2,800 children are treated in emergency rooms each year after ingesting button or lithium coin batteries. These batteries are small, shiny,...

Seasonal Allergies in Children

The Battle of Seasonal Allergies: Ways to Help Your Child Summarized by Monica Urquoila, APRN, Certified Lactation Counselor Seasonal allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis or hay fever, are especially common during the early spring and throughout the fall....

Medical Ear Piercing Now Available at Celebration Pediatrics!!

  Medical Ear Piercing Now Available to Celebration Pediatrics Patients!!   Ear piercing is a medical procedure, so it is important to make sure that it is done properly. When having your child’s ears pierced, it is especially important that the equipment being...

Recent Updates to Media Guidelines 2021

Recent Updates to Media guidelines: Shared by Rayyan M. Anwer, MD, FAAP The following guidelines were taken directly from Pediatrics in Review, Volume 41: Article Number 3, titled Social Media: Anticipatory Guidelines by David L. Hill, MD (Department of Pediatrics,...

Letters to Santa

Letters to Santa Make sure your kids write out their letters to Santa! This year, we are making sure Santa gets letters from all his patients at Celebration Pediatrics. Whether you print our letter guide from our website or get this fun template on your next visit,...

As Covid-19 Cases Rise, Insurers Reduce TeleHealth Coverage

As Covid-19 Cases Rise, Insurers Reduce Coverage for Virtual Visits By: Anna Wilde Mathews and Robbie Whelan from the Wall Street Journal Major insurers are taking different approaches to covering remote care, which is typically done by phone or video. The companies...

How Is The Flu Different From COVID-19?

How Is The Flu Different From COVID-19? By: Trisha Korioth, AAP News, September 2020 Both the flu and COVID-19 are contagious and will be spreading this fall and winter. They have similar symptoms, so it can be hard to tell them apart. Fortunately, we have a vaccine...

My Chest Hurts! My Chest Hurts!

By: Rayyan Anwer MD FAAP Chest pains can be a common complaint in the pediatric age group and can be quite stress provoking. Fortunately, “the incidence of a cardiac-related cause for chestpain in the pediatric population is exceedingly low, ranging from 0.2% to 1% of...

Fall Health Safety: Flu Immunization Protection

It is that time of year again― influenza (flu) season is around the corner! Many people do not realize it, but the flu can be a serious illness. It causes thousands of deaths in the United States every year, even among previously healthy children. With the COVID-19...

Returning to School During COVID-19: AAP Recommendations

The latest American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advice says children learn best when they are in school. But returning to school in person requires important steps in place to keep students and staff safe. These decisions must consider the spread of COVID-19 in the...

Community Partnership: Meet Celebration Speech & Language Therapy

Celebration Speech & Language Therapy is a privately owned practice committed to providing specialized speech therapy to individuals with a variety of communication disorders. We collaborate with the client, family, and team of professionals involved to achieve...

Raising Our Voices for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. This is a time to recognize the children and families affected by childhood cancers. During the entire month of September, Celebration Pediatrics will be emphasizing the importance of increasing education, raising...

M Family Foundation Announces 2020 Cancer Superhero Run

  M Family Foundation Announcement: 2020 Virtual Celebration Cancer Superhero Run  Registration OPENS AUGUST 1, 2020!!!         We are very excited to connect with even more people this year throughout the United States to raise awareness, increase...

Headaches in Children: Understanding the Signs and Symptoms

Headaches in Children: Understanding the Signs and Symptoms By: Victoria Bernhardt, APRN   Headaches are a common complaint for both children and adolescents and can be a significant source of worry for their parents and caregivers. It is helpful to have a basic...

NEW Virtual Meet n’ Greet and Office Tour

Celebration Pediatrics NOW offering FREE Virtual Meet n' Greet and Office Tour!!   At Celebration Pediatrics, we are taking advantage of technology to make it more convenient for you to get to know our pediatric physicians and office!  We now offer video...

Should Your Child Be Tested for COVID-19?

Many families are asking whether their children should be tested for COVID-19. The American Academy of Pediatrics encourages parents to talk to their child’s doctor about testing. Your pediatrician can help determine when testing may be a good idea based on infection rates and availability of tests in your area.

Constipation in Children: A Commonly Uncomfortable Topic

Constipation in childhood is a commonly uncomfortable medical problem for not physical but also emotional reasons. In additional to the physical pain associated with constipation, children may also feel embarrassed or scared to talk to an adult about it. Here are some great tips for parents to help navigate these digestive issues.

Children’s Face Mask Safety Tips

Face Coverings for Children During COVID-19 : Tips for parents and caregivers on safely slowing the spread by children wearing masks.     To protect us and others from COVID-19, the CDC now recommends ​cloth face coverings be used when outside. But what...

Supporting Teens During COVID-19

Teens & COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities During the Outbreak: American Academy of Pediatrics   Social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19 can be especially hard for teens, who may feel cut off from their friends. Many also face big letdowns as...

CDC: Keeping Children Healthy During COVID-19

Is it OK to see my pediatrician during COVID-19? By: Jennifer Shu, MD, FAAP     YES. Your pediatrician's office is open and taking extra steps to make sure you and your children are safe when you come in. Now more than ever, it is especially important that...

Pulmonary Function Testing

Pulmonary function tests measure the function of the lungs in order to determine the causes of shortness of breath. Pulmonary function testing can confirm lung disorders including:

Pulmonary function tests will help your doctor diagnose a range of respiratory diseases. These tests are critical because most lung conditions can be treated successfully if detected early enough.

Exercise Challenge

When you have an exercise challenge test, your breathing at rest will be measured by a spirometry test. Your breathing will be measured again after you exert yourself on a treadmill or exercise bike. An exercise challenge test will determine what effect exercise has on airflow, and any findings will need to be further reviewed.

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