Palouse Pediatrics seek to provide the highest quality pediatric care possible, in order to facilitate normal physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness of children in the community.
Palouse Pediatrics seek to be available for parents in order to provide continuity of care in a family-friendly environment.
Cost-effectiveness will have high consideration as Palouse Pediatrics partner with our patients’ families, sharing responsibility for their health care.
Palouse Pediatrics aim to practice in a positive, pleasant environment that is rewarding to all who are a part of Palouse Pediatrics.
When making appointments at our office, you are always free to choose which doctor you would like to see within the limits of the scheduling. Whenever one doctor is not in the office, another doctor will see all the patients who need to be seen.
Patients are seen by appointment only, however, if you have an emergency, please call and we will instruct you on how to proceed. We strive to see all children that need to be seen before we close each day.
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Quick Tips: Motivation
Give your child a gentle nudge off the couch with some tips from the experts (the AAP):
Lead by example: Your activity level sets a powerful example in the home. Parents who make exercise a priority in their own lives will significantly increase the chance that family members will do the same.
Get involved: Participating in family games and activities makes for solid bonding time — and the stuff of good memories. Sharing enthusiasm and a light-hearted challenge will get them moving; having fun will keep them moving.
Limit screen time: Restrict to two hours a day the number of hours your child is allowed to watch TV, play video games, and use the computer. Interactive video games that require the player to perform dance or sports moves can ease the blow of stricter guidelines and help kids transition from low to moderate levels of activity while in a somewhat private setting.
Hang loose: Keep the emphasis on fun and enjoyment. The more flexible you can be, the more your child will feel a sense of choice and control.
Eat well: Make the most of the benefits of physical activity by providing good nutrition and well-balanced meals at home.
Spread the word: Share your expectations with grandparents, teachers, and other caretakers to help reinforce healthy activities when your child is away from home