Sports and Exercise

A Parent’s Guide to Water Safety

ACL Injuries (Care of the Young Athlete)

Aerobic Training (Care of the Young Athlete)

Ankle Sprain Treatment (Care of the Young Athlete)

ASDs Family Handout—Nutrition and Eating Problems

Asthma and Exercise (Care of the Young Athlete)

Ballet and Dance (Care of the Young Athlete)

Baseball and Softball (Care of the Young Athlete)

Basketball and Volleyball (Care of the Young Athlete)

Biking (Care of the Young Athlete)

Burners and Stingers (Care of the Young Athlete)

Cheerleading (Care of the Young Athlete)

Concussions (Care of the Young Athlete)

Core Exercises (Care of the Young Athlete)

Diving (Care of the Young Athlete)

Exercise-Related Heat Illness (Care of the Young Athlete)

Figure Skating (Care of the Young Athlete)

Football (Care of the Young Athlete)

Golf (Care of the Young Athlete)

Growing Up Healthy: Fat, Cholesterol, and More

Gymnastics (Care of the Young Athlete)

Horseback Riding (Care of the Young Athlete)

How to Prevent Overuse Injuries (Care of the Young Athlete)

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Baby

Ice Hockey (Care of the Young Athlete)

Is Your Child Ready for Sports? (Care of the Young Athlete)

Lacrosse (Care of the Young Athlete)

Little League Elbow (Care of the Young Athlete)

Martial Arts (Care of the Young Athlete)

Nutrition and Supplement Use (Care of the Young Athlete)

Orthotics (Care of the Young Athlete)

Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Care of the Young Athlete)

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Care of the Young Athlete)

Performance-Enhancing Supplements (Care of the Young Athlete)

Physical Activity: Creating a FITT Plan (Care of the Young Athlete)

Physical Activity: Overcoming Obstacles (Care of the Young Athlete)

Racquet Sports (Care of the Young Athlete)

Rowing (Care of the Young Athlete)

Running (Care of the Young Athlete)

Safe Weight Loss and Weight Gain (Care of the Young Athlete)

Sever's Disease (Care of the Young Athlete)

Shin Pain (Care of the Young Athlete)

Shoulder Impingement (Care of the Young Athlete)

Skateboarding and In-line Skating (Care of the Young Athlete)

Skiing and Snowboarding (Care of the Young Athlete)

Skin Conditions and Sports Participation (Care of the Young Athlete)

Soccer (Care of the Young Athlete)

Sports and Your Child

Sports Medicine Professionals (Care of the Young Athlete)

Strength Training (Care of the Young Athlete)

Stress Fractures (Care of the Young Athlete)

Swimming (Care of the Young Athlete)

Treatment of Sports Injuries (Care of the Young Athlete)

Type 2 Diabetes: Tips for Healthy Living

Use of Ice and Heat (Care of the Young Athlete)

Use of Medicines in Sports (Care of the Young Athlete)

Water Polo (Care of the Young Athlete)

When is an Athlete Ready to Return to Play? (Care of the Young Athlete)

When to See a Doctor (Care of the Young Athlete)

Wrestling (Care of the Young Athlete)

Is Your Child Sick?TM

New @ Delaware Peds

  • NORTH WILMINGTON NEW LOCATION

    We wanted to make everyone aware that we are moving our office location to 1403 Foulk Road, Suite 103. We will be in the new location January 14th. The building is in the same complex it is just closer to the entrance (3 buildings closer). There will be signs help you find the new office. This was at the discretion of the landlord. We apologize for the inconvience.
     
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    Our patient portal is working again. We appreciate you understanding and apologize for the inconvenience.
     
  • Hepatitis A outbreak

    Fortunately most children in our practice have been vaccinated against Hepatitis A. It is an excellent vaccine and should protect you child if he/she was exposed. If you child has not had the vaccine, call our office during our normal hours and we can schedule you for a vaccine visit. The Hepatitis A vaccine given within 2 weeks of exposure, will protect against getting the disease. Hepatitis A is a self limited disease (meaning it will go away on its own) with vomiting and diarrhea, If you child starts to look Jaundiced (yellow) please call our office. https://www.delawareonline.com/story/life/2019/04/11/buffalo-wild-wings-customers-may-have-been-exposed-hepatitis/3440297002/?fbclid=IwAR0xAYLMY7HAMvN-ofpqSrL4-Vw0o9I9YLpBw4r9A_4iMj1eJWcdcf0SIdU
     

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