Our Pediatric Specialties
Winthrop Pediatric Associates is a respected and established institute dedicated to providing specialized and long lasting care for a variety of illnesses, disorders and diseases that afflict young people. Our patients range from newborn babies to young adults suffering from conditions that uniquely affect young people as compared to adults. We provide many different types of pediatric specialties including the following:
Our specialists at Winthrop Pediatric Associates have been working with young sufferers of pediatric diabetes for many years and can offer a number of therapies including education, nutrition, exercise counseling, blood sugar testing and insulin injections.
Our pediatric gastroenterologists are experts at identifying and treating the variety of disorders that occur in child’s gastrointestinal tract or liver. These can include lactose intolerance, reflux, acute diarrhea and bowel disease.
Our pediatric cardiologists provide a wide range of cardiology services including our pediatric cardiopulmonary exercise program which is a non invasive way of diagnosing the actual condition faced by our young patients and what type of therapy would be best suited for them.
Our team of pediatric pulmonologists is devoted to working with patients suffering from respiratory diseases. We have a wonderful pediatric cardiopulmonary exercise program that helps to diagnose conditions relating to lung or respiratory disorder.
Our pediatric nephrologists are constantly diagnosing and treating young patients suffering from kidney diseases or associated illnesses. Our treatment ranges from providing interim care in the form of dialysis to surgical care for kidney transplants.
At Winthrop Pediatric Associates, our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) are dedicated to providing nutrition education to children of all ages. Our priority is to help you establish and meet your child’s nutrition goals by working with you to develop a plan that fits your child’s lifestyle. We offer a wide variety of services geared to meet our patients’ needs.
Pediatric infectious diseases can relate to any illness that can be contracted to and from other people. Most patients visit our center when their pediatrician suspects that they are suffering from a less common chronic illness or something that requires specialized care like tuberculosis or meningitis.
Taking the monumental step of adopting a child can be nerve racking for most parents. Fortunately Winthrop Pediatric Associates can make it a little easier for you. Our pre-adoption medical assessments which include development assessments, infection risk assessment and immunization interpretations will help you make wise and informed decisions.
The Pediatric Travel Center is dedicated to preparing families for their International trips from a health care perspective. We want you to have the best holiday possible and with our guidance, support and suggestions, you will be well prepared to make this happen.
With expertise in prenatal, cancer, pediatric and adult genetics, the genetics professionals are able to provide evaluation, risk assessment and testing for a range of genetic conditions.
Our pediatric neurology department is devoted to treating the unique ailments that affect the nerve system of young children. We treat disorders like epilepsy and other neurological diseases in an attempt to offer comfort and permanent solutions to these conditions.
The division of pediatric hematology/oncology meets the complex challenges of children’s cancers and blood disorders with a relentless spirit and dedication to improving the lives of our patients and families.
The Pediatric Rheumatology Doctor at Winthrop Pediatric Associates provides comprehensive services for children and adolescents with rheumatic diseases, such as arthritis and chronic pain syndromes.
The Adolescent Medicine Program at Winthrop-University Hospital is a single resource to address the unique healthcare needs of patients ages 11-25 such as contraceptive care, depression, anxiety and eating disorders.
Our Behavioral Psychology specialists are skilled at working with children, adolescents and their families with a variety of issues from ADHD, adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, to divorce and psychosomatic illness.
Winthrop’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is internationally recognized for our class-leading outcomes in both overall survival and survival without complications in extremely premature babies when compared to over 800 neonatal intensive care units around the world.
Winthrop’s expert pediatric surgeons perform a wide variety of advance surgical procedure, including neonatal surgery, endocrine surgery, oncologic surgery, abdominal and thoracic surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and trauma surgery.