COVID-19 has made life stressful for everyone, including children! These unprecedented times have affected us all differently, and the same goes for our kids. They often mirror how their parents react to certain events and have certainly experienced stress during the pandemic. As we move towards a return to normalcy, it’s still important to check in [...]
If your baby has been shaking their head from side to side while sleeping, nursing, or playing, you may be wondering when head shaking is part of normal child development and when it may be indicative of a larger problem.
Adverse childhood experiences can have a significant impact on long-term health outcomes. Learn more about why we screen for it at Woodburn Pediatric Clinic.
Signs of typical development for children between birth and five years of age. Each child is different and many learn and grow at a different pace. Check your child's development online at asqoregon.com 3 months your child should: 6 months your child should: 12 months your child should: 18 months your child should: Turns head towards [...]
The state of Oregon recently celebrated its 155th birthday on February 14. At Woodburn Pediatric, we believe that history for children can be both fun and rewarding. […]
Learning how to tie shoe laces is an important milestone for children between the ages of five and six; however, at Woodburn Pediatric Clinic, we know that not all kids respond to the same teaching method. These techniques can help make the learning experience a fun activity for you and your child: […]
At Woodburn Pediatric, we are always delighted to receive feedback from families. Quality care for your little ones and friendly customer service are at the core of our practice. Recently, we had the privilege of reading a patient’s experience with Lisa Ehrlichman, a member of our pediatrics staff. Deb Stewart shared her recent experience at Woodburn [...]