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If you, your family, or out-of-town guests are not feeling well on Labor Day, September 5, our ARC After Hours Clinics are here for you. Call your ARC clinic (or 512-272-4636) and press “1” to make an appointment at any of our open ARC After Hours Clinics: ARC Far West, ARC Round Rock, or ARC Southwest.
“In our busy lives today, we need easy access to same-day care,” says Dr. Helena Gonzalez, Pediatrician at ARC Far West in this recent podcast.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) publishes new policies, report, to boost child immunization rates; policy statement calls on states to stop offering waivers for non-medical objections.
Trying to lose weight? There is no lack of advice on how to do so. But, what is the maximum amount of weight you should you lose per month? Healthline.com consulted ARC Internist, Dr. Amy Siegel.
What are the benefits and risks of using sugar water as a pain prevention with babies? Healthline.com consulted ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Shana Godfred-Cato. Read her response here.
Dr. Robert A. Williamson, Jr. is the newest Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physician at ARC Far West Medical Tower. Dr. Williamson says his goal with patients is to “work together to provide the best care possible.”
The best time to have a clear mind and seek guidance about your child’s health is when they are healthy. Annual well-check exams are often missed opportunities to ask questions about your child’s wellness. Here is a tip and some questions to help you get the most out of your child’s annual appointment.
Enjoying the outdoors this time of year often means fending off mosquitos. You’re likely to have at least one bite from these tiny pests by summer’s end. What’s the best way to treat a bite? And how can you tell you’re having an allergic reaction? Dr. Anuja Khunti, Family Medicine physician at ARC Southwest, explains…
Saturday morning and you need an orthopedist? ARC Orthopedics at Medical Park Tower is here to help with a Saturday morning sports injury clinic throughout the fall. Our orthopedists, Drs. Matthew Driscoll and Jeffrey Padalecki, are ready to assess, treat, x-ray, and even apply a cast on-site if necessary. Just walk-in or call 512-454-4561.
Kids will soon be heading back to the classroom. New teachers, new friends, new classes…it is an exciting time. Yet, all this “new” might make your child a little nervous about starting school. What can parents do to calm back-to-school jitters? Dr. Shana Godfred-Cato, ARC pediatrician, shared tips for parents on KVUE-TV.
We all know kids grow up fast. It is one of the reasons why keeping up with recommended well-check exams is so important even for healthy children. Yet, research shows that many children, especially adolescents, often skip their regular check up. Here are three reasons why kids need well-check exams.
Urgency generally doesn’t surround a child’s well-check examination. It is that rare doctor’s appointment where a parent usually isn’t worried or otherwise distracted. Yet, too often, parents don’t take advantage of this rare opportunity. Here are 7 ways to make the most of your child’s well-check exam.