Belleville, Michigan’s Experienced General Pediatric Walk-In Clinic
When your child has a minor injury or has fallen ill, getting them care as soon as possible is your first priority.
The team of family physicians at Belleville Health Care, PC has many years of combined experience treating the ailments of newborns up to teenagers, and are readily available 6 days a week. We offer the same services as their typical doctor’s office and then some! Our friendly staff understands that a medical visit can be a very scary event for young children (and even older ones), and are able to keep your child relaxed and feeling at ease.
Acne can be a very traumatic part of a child’s life, even though nearly every child growing up will suffer from it in some way, shape or form. Our local doctors are proficient in recent acne advancements and are able to recommend a treatment for your child. Through custom evaluations and testing, Belleville Health Care, PC can create examine your child’s underlying causes of acne and work toward clear skin.
Walk-In Sick Visits
If your child is missing school because of sickness, they can quickly be seen at Belleville Health Care, PC to receive the diagnosis and treatment they need. Common illnesses in children are the flu, ear infections, respiratory problems, common cold and strep throat, and these can lead to missing days of school as well as extracurriculars. The doctors at Belleville Health Care, PC have treated hundreds of children and are able to get to the bottom of symptoms while leaving children feeling relaxed.
ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment
If your child is distracted in school, commonly having outbursts or having difficulty remembering tasks, they may be suffering from ADHD. ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, occurs in many children. The doctors at Belleville Health Care, PC specialize in diagnosing children with ADHD, no matter their age. Treatment includes prescription medication that allows them to focus in school and daily tasks.
Adolescent Issue Counseling
The change from child to adult can leave children feeling confused and emotional. Belleville Health Care, PC’s doctors have worked with many pubescent children and can recognize issues that commonly accompany this transition. Our counseling focuses on creating a sense of self-worth and promoting confidence in children.
If you notice your child frequently coughing, wheezing or complaining of chest pain, asthma may be the culprit. It is important to see a doctor and have them evaluate these symptoms, as asthma can lead to serious health issues later in life if not treated. The physicians at Belleville Health Care, PC are experienced in identifying asthma and recommending treatments.
Chronic Disease Management
Some children encounter chronic disease at a young age, and it is important to diagnose and treat it as early as possible. Common chronic diseases in children include diabetes, childhood obesity and anemia. If you are worried that your child may have any one of these chronic diseases, it is important to contact a doctor right away. The doctors at Belleville Health Care, PC have a wealth of experience noticing symptoms for these chronic diseases and recommending treatments. We offer type-1 and type-2 diabetes prevention, diagnosis and treatment options for young children and teens alike.
A popular chronic disease, childhood obesity affects nearly one in three children nationwide. Getting treatment early on is key, as this disease can lead to many health problems later on in life. The doctors at Belleville Health Care, PC can provide diet and exercise guides to get your child back on track to living a healthy life.
Preventative Physical Exams
Childhood means constant growth, and making sure that your child is developing properly is imperative. Belleville Health Care, PC offers preventative medicine, check-up services, physicals (for sports, school and camps) and immunizations needed to ensure that your child is free of health concerns. Even if your child seems healthy, tests may show that they’re lacking in certain vitamins or are allergic to certain foods. When we treat your child, we create a growth chart that shows your child's progression through development. This monitors height and weight, and we provide one to each of our pediatric patients.