Dr. Nix guest appearance on CaribNation TV for Autism Spectrum Disorder discussion What is Autism Spectrum Disorder? Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior. Although autism can be diagnosed at any age, it is said to be a “developmental disorder” because symptoms generally appear in the first two years […]
Mom and V.
M&V’s Breastfeeding Journey. By V’s mom Embracing breastfeeding was a part of my emotional start to the journey of motherhood. Please note those moms who were, are, or will be unable to breastfeed will still have the joys of their journey that should be shared as well. My journey and your journey as mothers will be different. Therefore, […]
Let’s Talk Prematurity!
November is Prematurity Awareness Month. This time of the year is dedicated to premature babies who through no fault of their own came into this world earlier than expected. The goal is to focus on what can be done to reduce the rate of premature deliveries. It is also important to focus on the ongoing […]
National Physical Therapy Month
Written by: Dr. Laura Falcon, DPT – Triumph Pediatric Center Every October marks the celebration of National Physical Therapy Month by the American Physical Therapy Association. This is an opportunity to raise awareness about the benefits of physical therapy. Here at Triumph Pediatric Center, we are grateful for the abundance of care our physical ttherapists provide for your child. […]
Tips For Suicide Prevention in Children
PEDIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH What is Suicide? Suicide is the act of intentionally taking one own’s life. This is different from attempted suicide where someone causes harm to themselves with the intent to die and is unsuccessful in doing so. Suicide may result from exposure to or from experiencing a traumatic event or stressor. It is […]