We asked Weiss Pediatric Care’s go-to expert, Dr. Robert Weiss, to give us short answers to complex questions about flu. What you need to know about flu diagnosis and treatment for your children right now.
Weiss Pediatric Care will be closed in observance of the holidays on December 25th and January 1st. Whenever the office is closed, you can be assured that we’re here for you ’round the clock! Just one more way that Weiss Pediatric Care offers pediatric care for Sarasota/Manatee County families that goes above and beyond!
Though never a welcome guest, if your child comes down with a “bug” over the holidays, fever may just turn out to be your holiday’s super hero, helping your child get better faster!
Instead of spreading germs this holiday season, spread the word about the “Chicken Wing” – a strategy for keeping everyone healthy around the holidays and all year round too!
The Colonial Oaks Boulevard entry/exit to our office is temporarily closed during a construction project. Please use Cattleman Lane, just north of Colonial Oaks Boulevard, during the construction period.
The flu has arrived in Sarasota and based on what has been reported from the other side of the globe where winter has come and gone and along with it, their flu season, this is expected to be an especially bad year for flu in this country. We are already beginning to see that prediction come true.
Meet Elliot, Weiss Pediatric Care’s therapy dog. He is proof that skilled therapy dogs can play a vital role in creating an optimal environment for health and healing.
Weiss Pediatric Care’s Certified Pediatric Sleep Specialist offers tips for ensuring that everyone has a just right sleep schedule as daylight savings time comes to an end.
Kids’ checkups include questions about screen time, social media, and electronic use….and for good reasons!
BABY-LED WEANING : Although fairly new in popularity in the U.S, different cultures worldwide have been using it for years.