Ensuring your child’s health isn’t just important now. When your child is supported by an experienced, involved, caring healthcare team from their earliest years up to their teens, they’re set up for a high-quality life as a healthy adult.
At PT Family Medicine, we care as much about setting your child up for lifelong health as you do. That’s why our team of pediatricians in Pittsburgh is proud to offer patient-centric, compassionate care to children and adolescents. As an independent practice, we’re proud of our personalized approach, and we strive to make every patient feel seen and cared for in our office.
If you’re ready to give your child above-and-beyond healthcare from the top pediatrician Pittsburgh has to offer, don’t wait. Schedule your first appointment with the team at PT Family Medicine today.
As your child gears up for school or prepares to play sports, they may be required to have a physical exam in order to participate. But physicals aren’t just necessary to get your child in the classroom or on the field – they’re also an important part of preventing injuries and illnesses from occurring in the first place.
As the top pediatrician Pittsburgh has to offer, Dr. Kevin Wong and his team at PT Family Medicine frequently perform school physicals and sports physicals for children and teens. Our practice focuses on preventative care, which seeks to catch signs of illness and potential injury early instead of waiting until your child is sick or hurt to provide treatment after the fact.
If your child is in need of a physical before they attend school, college, or athletics, we’re here to help. Schedule your first appointment with PT Family Medicine, and we’ll get your child on the right track toward a healthy future.
Unfortunately, no. PT Family Medicine is unable to offer pediatric immunizations at this time.
Some of the most common childhood sports injuries we seek to treat and prevent include:
If your child has an emergency, don’t wait for an appointment. Call 911 and get your child emergency care as soon as you can.
For more information about how we treat sports injuries, visit our Sports Medicine page.
Children are resilient, but can often become ill in tight social situations such as daycare and school. Some of the most common illnesses we treat in children at PT Family Medicine include:
At PT Family Medicine, it’s important to us that our top-quality care is as accessible as possible. We’ve made it easy to request an appointment – just using our online scheduling tool to select a time that works for you, and we’ll reach out as soon as possible.