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Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care
    • San Antonio
    New West San Antonio Location Coming Soon
    We are happy to announce that we will be opening another Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care location at the intersection of Potranco Rd and 211. This clinic will be located at 14249 Potranco Rd, San Antonio,  78245 and is scheduled to open February 2020. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue to expand in the Bexar...
    • San Antonio
    Little Spurs will no longer offer TVFC Vaccines
    Beginning October 1st, Little Spurs will no longer offer Texas Vaccines for Children (TVFC) Vaccines. The TVFC program has been administered at our Wonderland Clinic location in San Antonio, Texas since 2015. While we have been happy to be a part of the TVFC program, we feel that vaccines should be administered by your child’s...
    • News
    Children and Fevers: When To Go To The Doctor
    One of the most common questions we are asked is when should I take my child to the doctor when they have a fever? A fever is not necessarily a bad thing. A fever is typically a sign of the body fighting off an infection. If your child has a fever, it is most likely...
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    Coming Soon
    We are excited to announce that in the next couple of months, Little Spurs will offer online check-ins! We hope this will help decrease our wait times and improve our patient care. Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care has multiple locations in San Antonio and New Braunfels areas. It is a walk-in urgent care, that can...
    • News
    Things to Know this Flu Season
    It is the beginning of influenza (“flu”) season! Here are some things to be aware of as we enter this year’s flu season: The flu mist, or nasal spray vaccine, is again approved by the Center for Disease Control. However – the American Academy of Pediatrics still strongly recommends children (six months and older) receive...
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    East San Antonio Clinic Now Open!
    Our new clinic, located at 2039 E. Houston St, 78202, is now open! KSAT 12 came out and took a look around and spoke to Dr. Spurgat about exactly what it is we do. Thank you! Read full article here. Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care has ten locations in San Antonio and two in Houston....
    • News
    What is Croup anyway?
    As the colder air blows in for the fall and winter months, so do the coughs, sniffles, and sneezes. Croup is most common in these months and may cause a variable amount of respiratory distress to your child, with most of its symptoms worsening through the night or within a brief period. What is Croup?...
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    Back to School – Head Lice
    Lice are a common back to school illness that can affect children and their families. Very contagious, lice will attach to anyone’s hair whether it be clean or dirty.While it is a nuisance, head lice are not dangerous and can typically be treated at home. If you suspect your child has head lice, go to...
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    Back to School Illnesses – Hand, Foot, and Mouth
    School is back in session! And with children packed together at school, contagious diseases are ready and waiting. Hand foot and mouth disease (HFM) is a common childhood virus that is typically seen during the school year, particularly in pre-kindergarten aged children.The disease can cause a fever, sore throat, runny nose, painful mouth blisters, and...
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    The Front Seat Question
    When my son was in 5th grade, he started asking the dreaded question…. “Mom can I ride in the front seat?”Texas law does not specify when a child can ride in the front, simply that kids under eight years old, unless they are taller than 4’9”, are required to sit in a child safety seat...
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    Swimmer’s Ear – What You Need To Know
    Its summertime! Odds are your child will end up in a pool sometime this summer. Questions we are often asked is how do you prevent swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) and how is swimmer’s ear different from an ear infection? What is Swimmer’s Ear? The term “Swimmer’s ear” comes from the idea that mostly swimmer’s get...
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    Tips and Tricks For the Summer Heat!
      Texas currently has an excessive heat warning in effect. During this period, heat related illnesses such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke will be prevalent. Heat exhaustion can lead to heat stroke. It is important to make sure that if your child has heat exhaustion they are put in an air-conditioned room with plenty...
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