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Allergies in Children

May 16, 2016

Allergies in Children You probably know a child who has asthma or allergies. Perhaps it is your own child. Asthma, hay fever, hives, and eczema are familiar words for most of us. In fact, in the United States over 35 million adults and children have these allergy-related products. Allergies can be as minor as sneezing […]

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Understanding Insurance Terms: Co-Pays, Deductibles and Facility Fees

April 1, 2016

At Little Spurs we accept many kinds of insurances including Medicaid Superior, TRICARE, and BCBS. A full list can be found here: https://www.littlespurspedi.com/insurance.php With health insurance becoming more expensive, many policies now have higher co-pays and deductibles in order to maintain the same premium. So what is a co-pay? The co-pay is the payment set by […]

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Where to take your child: ER or Pediatric Urgent Care?

March 15, 2016

  Imagine your child is ill or has just sustained an injury. How do you know whether you should go to the Emergency Room or a Pediatric Urgent Care? ERs are very busy and many times are overwhelmed with patients who could easily be managed in a Pediatric Urgent Care setting. More seriously injured children are […]

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In Memory: Katrina Lockwood

February 25, 2016

Katrina Lockwood joined the Little Spurs family in September of 2010. We were her first job as a nurse practitioner after being an pediatric intensive care unit nurse for many years. During her time with us, she was well liked by staff and patients, and influenced all of our lives. She was committed to the […]

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Squashing a Stomach Bug

February 23, 2016

What is Gastroenteritis? Gastroenteritis, commonly known as “a stomach bug,” or “stomach flu,” is an inflammation or infection of the intestines. It typically causes vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and dehydration. In most cases, the infection clears within a few days, but sometimes it takes longer. The primary risk is dehydration. What causes it? Gastroenteritis can […]

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