Mante Pediatrics provides comprehensive health care services for all children, from infancy through early adulthood.
Every child and family is unique. Because of that, our treatment approach is customized to meet individualized needs. Following is a general overview of services we offer in our offices.
We promote the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines, which calls for taking measurements at specific stages in a child’s development, conducting sensory screenings, performing developmental and behavioral assessments, providing physical examinations, offering a variety of screening procedures, and even conducting oral health checks periodically. Immunizations may be given during well child exams.
Newborns should be seen within three to five days after birth.
Babies should be seen at 1 month, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months.
Toddlers should be seen at 15 months, 18 months, 24 months and 30 months.
Once children reach age 3, they should be seen by one of our pediatricians or nurse practitioners once annually.
Immunizations are administered according to the vaccine schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease Control.
We offer flu shots for children ages 6 months to 18 years old.
When vaccine supplies are limited, vaccination efforts focus on particularly susceptible age groups, including children between 6 months and 4 years old.
Illnesses and Injuries
Same-day appointments are available for children with urgent illness or injury. Please call our office as soon as possible to schedule an emergency appointment.
Sports and School Physicals
We offer physical evaluations in an effort to promote health and safety among youth as they head to school and participate in athletic activities. These exams help ensure that your children are healthy to play sports and participate in school-based physical education activities.
ADHD Evaluation and Treatment
We offer diagnosis and evaluation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder for children between ages 5 and 18 who have academic or behavioral problems and symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity or impulsivity.
Asthma Evaluation and Management
Asthma is a common chronic childhood disease that affects more than seven million children in the United States. Our asthma evaluations involve a careful process of recording medical history, conducting a physical examination, and performing diagnostic studies.
Allergy Evaluation and Management
Like asthma, allergies are another commonly diagnosed chronic disease in children. If you suspect that your child has an allergy, schedule an appointment so we can collect a detailed medical history, record any family history of allergies or asthma, perform a physical exam, and conduct allergy sensitivity testing.
Eczema and Rash Treatment
Our pediatricians and nurse practitioners offer diagnosis and treatment for rashes and skin conditions including baby acne, cradle cap, diaper rash and roseola.
Eczema is a chronic condition often diagnosed in children with a family history of eczema or other allergies. Many babies will outgrow it.