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standard-title Well-Care Visits A well-care visit is an ideal opportunity for parents to raise general questions and concerns about a child’s health, behavior, and overall well-being to your Quakerbridge Pediatrics' physician.

Well-Care Visits

A well-care visit is an ideal opportunity for parents to raise general questions and concerns about a child’s health, behavior, and overall well-being to your Quakerbridge Pediatrics' physician.

Pediatric Well-Care Visits

 At Quakerbridge Pediatrics, we understand the importance of regular Well-Care Checkups or Well-Child Exams. To help your children develop and grow into healthy teens and young adults, we recommend regular well-child exams as an important tool to screen for medical and developmental issues. Well-care visits are also great ways to become more familiar with your Quakerbridge Pediatrics physician and to build a valuable relationship with your child’s primary medical provider.

Well-Care, Well-Baby, Or Well-Child Visits

Also referred to as well-care checkups, wellness exams, or even annual physicals, these regular pediatrician visits should be performed from the time your child is born until he or she is at least 21 years old. A well-care visit is an ideal opportunity for parents to raise general questions and concerns about your child’s health, behavior, and overall well-being, and should be used for:

  • Physical Examinations
  • Immunization Updates
  • Growth & Development Tracking
  • Prevention Of Problems
  • Health And Safety Information
  • Nutrition And Physical Fitness Information
  • Best Practices For Managing Emergencies And Illnesses

Provide guidance and be a great resource to answer your questions regarding the following topics:

  • Behavioral Issues
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Emotional Problems
  • Family Problems
  • Socialization Problems
  • Puberty and Teenage Concerns

Making The Most Of Your Quakerbridge Pediatrics Well-Care Visit

Before your well-care visit at Quakerbridge Pediatrics, we recommend that parents create a comprehensive list of things you want to discussion with your child’s pediatrician. This will ensure that you will remember all of the topics you wish to cover and that you will receive all the information you need. Providing your list of questions at the beginning of your visit will also help your Quakerbridge Pediatrician focus on the issues or concerns that matter to you the most. Please remember that your Quakerbridge Pediatrician shares in the same goal of healthy children that you do and want your visit to best serve the needs of your child. Any question related to your child’s development, behavior, and health is always appropriate and that you should never feel embarrassed to share information. Your Quakerbridge Pediatrician is an expert in child health, but as a parent, you are an expert in your child!