At Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care, we are able to evaluate and treat a variety of rashes. Sickness, allergies, heat or cold are often behind a child’s skin changes. If your child wakes up with a strange spot on them, bring them to a Little Spurs near you!
We diagnose and treat a wide range of rashes that children can experience, including scabies, impetigo, ringworm, and cradle cap.
Monitor the rash, both the size and where it is located on their body. Think about if your child has recently been exposed to any new food, medication or home products (laundry detergent). If need be, apply a cool, clean compress to help reduce itching.
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