Pediatric Web designs parent-friendly web sites for pediatricians with peer-reviewed pediatric content written by Dr. Bart Schmitt and other prestigious pediatric experts. Since 2000, we have provided design, content, secure forms, content management, SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and hosting solutions for pediatric practices across the country.
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Pediatric Web's premier content, Is Your Child Sick?, written by Dr. Bart Schmitt, is a collection of nearly 100 pediatric symptoms that address parent's concerns when their child is ill at night. Pediatric offices have reported an increase in visitors to their site by over 400% after adding this content to their site.
We asked many of the top pediatric experts in the country to contribute articles, which are regularly updated, about pediatric conditions to ensure that your families have the latest information about their child's condition.
Our Content Management System allows you to update information about cold and cough medication as well as pain relievers such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
An excellent resource for new moms that includes: Tips to get started; How do I know my baby is getting enough milk?; Jaundice and breastfeeding; Mastitis treatment; Herbal remedies and much more.
25 most common questions that parents have about their newborn are answered here.
Every parent wants advice about raising their child. Here are 17 articles about the basics of dealing with common childhood behaviors: Biting, Defiance, Tantrums, Bedtime hassles, Whining and much more.
From Acne to Smoking, Anxiety or Depression, or the latest on Tattoos - your parents and teens will get critical information to their health.
Pediatric Web has gathered together the most relevant materials to assist parents with special needs children to look for resources in managing their child's health and insurance, school and social environments.
A primer for parents and caregivers on CPR and Choking.
This optional service provides your practice with all of the assessment tools to allow your parents to fill out developmental or behavioral screenings online.