August is Immunization Awareness Month, so let’s review vaccines recommended throughout our lifetimes.
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A March 2021 survey found that 61% of respondents had used telehealth vs. less than 20% in March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic created a need for a safe way to visit with a medical provider
March is Developmental Disabilities Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States has experienced an increase in children with developmental disabilities.
Adolescents and young adults may try to hide their struggles because of fear, shame, or a sense of responsibility to avoid burdening others. Younger children may not know how to talk about these feelings
According to the American Diabetes Association, more than 34 million people in the United States have diabetes, and more than seven million of those people are undiagnosed.
The holidays are a time of peace, love, joy, and family, but it’s also a time where schedules are irregular, routines are disrupted, meals are heavier, and sugar abounds.
Pediatric physical therapists provide services for children with developmental disabilities from birth to 21 years-old; in addition, the team provides support and education to the patient’s family.
Did you know September is Newborn Screening Awareness Month? Newborn screening allows identification and treatment of a disease before symptoms even emerge.
As part of the District Medical Group (DMG) family, we want to ensure you know we are here for you. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, DMG locations across the Valley have remained open to support the health of our patients.
As a parent of a child with health, developmental and/or behavioral differences, you become more than a parent- you are an advocate, a champion and your child’s loudest voice. Here’s three tips to help you and your child’s health and quality of life. And, never forget that your child’s care team at DMG Children’s Rehabilitative Services is here to support you every step of the way.
District Medical Group Children’s Rehabilitative Services announced the addition of two pediatric specialty physicians serving patients at its multi-specialty interdisciplinary clinic (MSIC). DMG CRS has been the exclusive medical home for AHCCCS Complete Care patients since 2012.
You may think you’ve got it made in the shade, but you can still be hit by harmful UV rays that bounce off the sand, sidewalk, pool or ocean. They can even bounce off grass…
SCOOOT provides an early experience of independence for kids with mobility challenges. It frees them to explore their home, play, chase and race friends and siblings without any help…
The “Medical Champions” program was created by DMG using their electronic medical records (EMR) system to better identify and track children with critical illnesses who would qualify for a wish experience…
Pediatric physical therapy benefits children and their families/caregivers by promoting activity and participation in everyday routines, increasing functional independence, improving strength and endurance…
DMG Pediatrics is a strong partner with Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and MIHS in training resident physicians, and for many years it has been known as the PCH/MMC Pediatric Residency Program…
Children with special needs require care from a wide range of specialties: Physical and Occupational Therapy, Orthopedics, Speech, Audiology, Plastic Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology and Psychology…
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is committed to ensuring the availability of timely, quality health care for foster children, including behavioral health services