At Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care we are happy to evaluate and treat your child for asthma. We highly recommend they have a primary care provider for persistent issues, but for emergencies, such as an asthma attack, we are available.
Asthma does not go away when your child is not having symptoms. The airways are still inflamed. Your child needs to have a treatment plan, called an Asthma Action Plan, and close follow-up by a healthcare provider.
Yes, we can treat asthma exacerbation. For continuing treatment of asthma, the child needs to be evaluated by their primary care provider.
Yes, we do provide asthma action plans. However, if it is a chronic issue, your child needs to be seen by a primary care provider as we do not provide refills or follow up care for asthma.
Yes, we can perform a breathing treatment if your child needs it.
Take your child to the doctor immediately if they have trouble breathing or severe wheezing.
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