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Flatten The Curve on COVID

Updates on the COVID-19:   It has been reported that since Texas has opened up to the “new normal” covid-19 numbers have been rising.    Here at Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend we are continuing to keep our staff and our patients safe and healthy by continuing to wear masks and practice social distancing as much as possible. More ways Pediatric Offices at Willow

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COVID-19 Testing Centers

Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend are working hard to keep you and your family safe and healthy during these times. Below is updated information regarding the COVID-19     Increased age requirements To help reduce the burden on adult hospital systems in our community, Children’s Health has increased the age criteria for patients they care for from 18 years to 21 years of age,

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Staying Safe from the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend is open, keeping a clean office as well as keeping our staff and patients safe and healthy from the coronavirus (COVID-19) 5 Steps to help stop coronavirus (COVID-19) Hands, wash them often Elbow, cough into it Face, don’t touch it Space, keep safe distance Home, stay if you can With evolving information, it has come to our attention that anti-inflammatory

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Telemed availability / COVID-19 Update

      At Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend we are taking extra precautions to protect you and your family against the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Below is some important information about our new TELEMED program and also updates on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Click Here to find out how Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend is staying safe as well as tips on how to keep you

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Updated Hours of Operation

A message to our patients: We appreciate your loyalty and business during these trying times.  We currently remain open with our normal schedule.  We are taking enhanced precautions and following CDC guidelines for cleaning all surfaces between each patient. These include: Providing our patients a text service to eliminate crowding in the waiting room, click here to learn more Adding extra hand sanitizer in patient

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Stay Protected against the Coronavirus

UPDATE on the Coronavirus (COVID-19): With evolving information, it has come to our attention that anti-inflammatory drugs could worsen the affect of the virus. If you or someone you know may have the virus you should immediately quit taking anti-inflammatory drugs (Motrin, ibuprofen, Aleve, etc..) because it could be an aggravating factor. Due to the lack of information regarding this virus research is still

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Dermatologist Approved Bath Products

  Pediatrics Offices at Willow Bend now offers Pretty Baby soap and lotions to care for your little one and protect their skin. Pretty Baby is made with naturally derived ingredients in our products to help you take care of your little ones skin.  They have created products that augment nature’s gentle, effective remedies with the most advanced ingredients that science has to offer.

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Flu season is here, get your flu shot now!

Why give a healthy child a flu shot? To keep them healthy, that’s why. Most adults take an annual flu shot but fail to have their kids vaccinated. Children are exposed to the flu virus in school and daycare every day. An inexpensive shot can prevent the misery and potential complications the flu can bring. Flu season is here, don’t delay getting yourself, and

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What is an Educational Evaluation?

An educational evaluation is geared toward children that are experiencing learning or behavioral problems in school. The purpose is to measure their strengths and weaknesses of ability to learn, reason and comprehend at the level of their age. School systems may offer educational evaluations when teachers report that your child is falling behind the class in academics. These tests are structured to evaluate the

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What Is A Vision Screening Exam?

Fewer abilities are more important to your children than their sight. Poorly developed or challenged eyesight could precipitate academic struggles, social issues and developmental problems. These maladies might also indicate certain health struggles. Therefore, it is imperative for you to have your children’s vision tested as early and frequently as possible to prevent such problems or correct any existing maladies. One medical test performed

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