Sick Kids? We Can Help!

When your child is sick, it’s hard to know what to do. At Powers Pediatrics we offer a variety of services for children with runny noses, ADHD, ear infections, asthma & many more. Call us today at 407-286-2965.

Treatments We Offer

Common treatments include medication, behavioral therapy, and educational interventions. Medication is often the first line as adhd treatment for kids. Symptoms of ADHD include:

  • Be disorganized & their work might be messy and careless.
  • Have trouble staying on topic while talking & not listening to others.
  • Hard time waiting to talk or react.

We offer Same Day Appointments for Allergy, Symptoms and Treatments. We accept Medicaid and Most Major Insurances. Some allergies display patterns on exposure to allergens; others may disguise as other conditions.

Asthma Treatment

The most important thing for people with asthma is to have an asthma action plan in place. The good news is that for treatment for asthma, plenty of options are available. Asthma symptoms include:

  • Chest tightness, pain or pressure.
  • Coughing.
  • Breath Shortness.

Rhinovirus treatment

The best way to treat a rhinovirus is to get plenty of rest and drink lots of fluids, like water or juice, to stay hydrated.

If your rhinoviruses infection symptoms are severe or you’re having trouble breathing, visit our clinic.

Eczema treatment

Eczema is a chronic skin condition characterized by scaly, itchy rashes. It usually starts during infancy and can last into adulthood.

Our Chronic disease doctor can help you find the best treatment plan for you and your child.

Ear Infection Treatment For Kids

This involves an examination of the mouth, teeth, and gums, as well as a review of the dental history.

Sore Throat

Sore throats are a common viral infection in kids and can be painful. It can be caused by bacteria.

Childhood Obesity Treatment

Obesity is defined as more than 20 percent above ideal weight for a particular height and age. In addition to excessive body weight, typical signs and symptoms of childhood obesity include:

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the most common childhood illnesses. A urine test is usually used to diagnose for UTI treatment in kids and adults. The most common symptom of a UTI:

  • A burning feeling when you urinate.
  • Pain in your lower abdomen or back.
  • Feel the need to urinate often or urgently, or have cloudy urine.

Common Cold Vs Flu Testing

The common cold and the flu are both respiratory viruses that cause similar symptoms, such as a runny nose, congestion, sneezing, and a sore throat. However, there are some key differences between the two viruses.

If you’re not sure which illness you have, we offer testing to detect and diagnose your illness.

Bronchitis & Bronchiolitis

Bronchitis and bronchiolitis are both respiratory illnesses that can cause a number of side effects, including fever, chest congestion, and difficulty breathing.

If you or your child experiences any of the following symptoms, seek medical help immediately: shortness of breath, rapid breathing, blue lips or nails, confusion, extreme drowsiness, seizures.

Bacterial Sinusitis

Bacterial sinusitis is a condition in which the sinuses become infected with bacteria. This can cause a host of symptoms, including facial pain and pressure, congestion, headaches, and fever.

Cough

A cough occurs when the airway is irritated and the body tries to expel the irritant. The most common cause of a cough is a cold or the flu.

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FAQs On Sick Visit

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Why is my kid always sick?

There are a number of reasons why your kid might always seem to be sick. It could be that they have a weaker immune system than average, which means they’re more susceptible to catching illnesses. If this is the case, you might want to talk to your child’s doctor about ways to boost their immune system.It could also be that your child has a chronic illness like allergies or asthma. If this is the case, they may need to see a specialist doctor who can help them manage their condition and keep them as healthy as possible.

If you're concerned about your child's health, We recommend you to visit our clinic so we can investigate the root cause of the problem and recommend a treatment plan.

Why is my child suddenly getting car sick?

It's possible that your child's car sickness is being caused by a change in their sensory processing. For example, if your child has recently started to notice more motion or movement than they did before, that could be why they're getting car sick.

It's also possible that there might be an underlying health condition causing your child's car sickness. If you haven't already, you should schedule an appointment with your pediatrician to rule out any potential health problems.

What is the temperature of a sick child?

There's no one answer to this question since every child is different and their temperature can vary depending on the illness they have. However, it's generally accepted that a fever in a child is any temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

So if your child has a temperature above that, it's likely a sign that they're not feeling well and We recommend you to visit our clinic. We have been serving the best services since 2007.

What to do if your child is sick?

When your child is sick It can be difficult to decide what to do. We recommend a few basic steps you can take to help ensure your child receives the care they need.

First, if your child has a fever, it is important to monitor their temperature. If their fever reaches 101 degrees Fahrenheit for children 3 months to 1 years, 103 degrees Fahrenheit for children over 1 years old and if your child is under three months old and has a fever, you should seek medical attention.

Second, you will want to keep an eye on your child’s other symptoms. If they are lethargic or not drinking enough fluids, these can be signs that they are becoming dehydrated and may need medical attention.

Where do I get sick visit near me?

Powers Pediatrics proudly serving the following areas.

  • Lockhart, FL
  • LFairview Shores, FL
  • Eatonville, FL
  • Pine Hills, FL
  • Maitland, FL
  • Altamonte Springs, FL
  • Apopka, FL
  • Winter Park, FL
  • Downtown Orlando, FL