As a parent, your pediatrician can be your lifeline whenever you have a question about the health of your child. But what should you do when you have a pressing question or concern after-hours, and the clinic is closed? Cindy Gellner, MD, and pediatrician with University of Utah Health, shares the pressing circumstances when you should reach out to the on-call pediatrician and when it can wait until morning.
Parents know to take their kid to their pediatrician when they’re sick, but children should also be visiting regularly even when they seem healthy. Your child’s well visit is much more than just a physical. Dr. Cindy Gellner explains what pediatricians are checking for during your child’s visits and why it is so important to their mental, physical and developmental health.
Dizziness is one of the most common complaints primary care physicians treat. There are many different types of dizziness, each with its causes and treatments. Dr. Tom Miller shares how to figure out what kind of dizziness you're experiencing.
As a parent, your pediatrician is one of the most important partners in raising your child. But finding the right doctor for your child can be hard. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner shares some helpful tips on how you can choose a doctor who will be the best fit for both you and your child.
A clear, concise understanding isn’t always what a patient takes away from a doctor visit. The Ask 3 program reduces doctor/patient communication to three simple questions everyone should understand. Patient education specialist Darren Doman explains this program, encourages patients to ask these questions and urges doctors to make sure they’re understood.