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As a child becomes a teenager, they are prone to a variety of behavioral and learning issues. It is important to continue with preventative well visit check ups and monitor signs of potential issues that might arise.
For more information, click on the orange Symptom Checker on the right side of your screen, navigate to the 3 horizontal bars and look for the topic Parent Advice – Teenagers.
Adolescence is a time of change, and too often, it’s a time when boys’ physical and mental health needs go overlooked. MD Pediatrics specializes in the unique medical needs of adolescent boys, giving both you and your child a comfortable space to get answers.
We have extensive experience addressing young men’s healthcare needs, assisting with pubertal and sexual development, recommended vaccinations, routine physicals and well visits, and behavioral concerns. We partner with parents to help their sons make positive choices, teaching them how to address concerns about their child’s reproductive health.
Providing compassionate, confidential, age-appropriate information and guidance, the MD Pediatrics care team will help your son thrive as he makes his way through these critical transitional years.
Adolescence is a time of great change for girls, both physically and emotionally. MD Pediatrics is here to guide your daughter through these important transitional years, providing confidential, compassionate care and support.
Our practitioners care for adolescent girls by providing annual well-teen checkups, physicals, and recommended vaccinations. Providing education and treatment for common concerns such as acne and gynecological issues, the MD Pediatrics team provides support and guidance for young women as their bodies grow and change.
At the same time, we partner with parents to help them support their daughters’ physical and emotional health, teaching them how to encourage positive choices, address concerns about reproductive health, and address behavioral or social challenges.