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(Savannah Pediatricians) Coastal Pediatrics in Savannah & Pooler

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

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Pediatrician searching in the Savannah-Pooler area?

Coastal Pediatrics has offices in Savannah & Pooler.

If you would like to join the Coastal Pediatrics practice, but are unsure if they are participating providers with your insurance, check their list of accepted insurances here.

If you do not see your insurance on their list, please contact their office and check with the receptionist to see if they accept your insurance before making an appointment.

If you already know that Coastal Pediatrics accepts your insurance and you would like to make a new patient appointment, please call 912-353-7744 to schedule the appointment.

Learn more here.

Coastal Pediatrics- Savannah
2 Wheeler Street
Savannah, GA 31405

Coastal Pediatrics- Pooler
1000 Towne Center Blvd
Building 1000B
Pooler, GA 31322

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K-12 School COVID Risk Index

Friday, July 31st, 2020

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COVID-19 RECoVERY CONSULTING created this risk index to help families navigate back-to-school.

The K-12 School Relative Risk Index is designed to aid parents, students, faculty, and families in understanding the relative risk of various educational activities, helping them make informed decisions about returning to school.

Learn more here.

(Savannah pediatricians) A pediatric provider explains the importance of the HPV Vaccine

Monday, July 27th, 2020

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This National Immunization Awareness Month, learn why it’s so important for children to receive the HPV vaccine.

Every year in the United States, 33,700 women and men are diagnosed with cancer caused by HPV infection. The good news? The HPV vaccination can help prevent these diseases with a success rate as high as 90% in some cases.

“The age recommended for children to get their HPV vaccine has been getting younger and younger,” SouthCoast Health Nurse Practitioner Beth Lee stated. “With its incredible success rate of preventing such awful diseases, it’s really a must for any child.”

Learn more about the HPV vaccine and how it affects your children here. 

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(Savannah therapists) Low Country Counseling: 7 Ways to Eat Mindfully

Monday, July 27th, 2020

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Low Country Counseling therapists on what is mindful eating

(Below is a guest post by Low Country Counseling in Savannah)

We have lost the connection of knowing when our bodies are hungry and when they have had enough to eat.

We have lost the insight of knowing what our bodies are needing because we can no longer “hear” what our bodies crave. We have moved to a state of Mind-Less Eating: a state of rushed, hurried eating of whatever food is convenient, regardless of whether or not we are even hungry. Mindless eating is not healthy for our bodies. It can lead to over-eating which may lead to physical discomfort and feelings of regret.

Mindful Eating allows us to slow down and re-connect with our bodies by using our senses each time we eat a snack or meal.

Learn more about what mindful eating is and seven ways to eat mindfully here.

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If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for Individuals, Moms, Couples, Families, and Teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone.

Hope starts here.

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SouthCoast pediatricians: When it Comes to Pediatric Wellness Exams, Sooner is Better than Later

Monday, July 27th, 2020
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SouthCoast Health Pediatrician Dr. David Mozer

Savannah pediatricians: When it Comes to Pediatric Wellness Exams, Sooner is Better than Later

Even in the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the best ways to productively spend downtime during summer is by scheduling a pediatrics appointment to complete a yearly check-up, SouthCoast Health Pediatrician Dr. David Mozer  said.

SouthCoast Health pediatricians say annual wellness exams are critical in maintaining the health and happiness of your child, and knocking these out during summer avoids many potential problems.

SouthCoast Health pediatrics practices have taken extreme precautions to keep their offices safe for patient visits.

Check out four main reasons the proactive approach is best here.

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(Savannah pediatricians) SouthCoast Health on safety tips during COVID-19

Monday, July 20th, 2020
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SouthCoast Health pediatrician Dr. K. Blain Crosland

SouthCoast Health pediatrician Dr. K. Blain Crosland shared suggestions to think through before you participate in those classic summer family activities to prevent contracting or spreading coronavirus on WTOC-TV’s Morning Break.

“We do think that it’s less likely to spread in an outdoor environment,” said Dr. Crosland. “There’s a couple reasons for that. First, you can just get more distanced outside. Secondly, you’re not recirculating air like indoors with A/C.”

Along with wearing masks and practicing social distancing when possible, watch Dr. Crosland’s appearance here to learn more about keeping safe during this COVID-19 summer.

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SouthCoast Health family physician on the importance of maintaining your preventative appointments

Monday, July 13th, 2020
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SouthCoast Health Family Physician Dr. Rebecca Sellers

SouthCoast Health family physician Dr. Rebecca Sellers addressed the importance of NOT postponing medical appointments during the current COVID-19 pandemic with WSAV. She explained waiting too long to get checked out can worsen certain chronic conditions.

Watch Dr. Sellers’ appearance here to learn about the importance of check-ups with your physician. As a reminder, SouthCoast Health has COVID-19 guidelines to ensure the safety of patients, physicians, and staff. SouthCoast Health also offers virtual visits as an option for certain health care needs that do not require an in-person visit.

Learn more here. 

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(Savannah therapists) Low Country Counseling: 4 Steps to a Solid Apology

Monday, July 13th, 2020

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Four Steps to a Solid Apology

Demonstrating to children how to apologize provides them with a social skill that will last a lifetime.

Therapists @ Low Country Counseling in Savannah show how this can be done by teaching children how to identify the feelings of guilt and regret. These feelings can be used in a positive way.

Read Low Country Counseling’s four steps to a solid apology here. 

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If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for Individuals, Moms, Couples, Families, and Teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone.

Hope starts here.

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SouthCoast Health: What Can We Expect After COVID-19

Sunday, July 5th, 2020
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SouthCoast Health Nurse Practitioner Dawn Mace

SouthCoast Health experts offer advice here on what we can expect after COVID-19.

“That’s so much up in the air still when it comes to the coronavirus,” SouthCoast Health Nurse Practitioner Dawn Mace stated. “Everyone wants to know when things will go back to normal, if they ever will. The best answer, unfortunately, is we don’t know. But we’re all working hard to uncover how our world will look in the years to come.”

Changes you can expect to stick around include hygienic changes; remote jobs and chores; virtual medical visits/telemedicine.

Learn more here. 

Questions about the coronavirus pandemic? The experts at SouthCoast Health are here to help. Click here to schedule an appointment or call 912-691-3600.

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Low Country Counseling therapists answer ‘What If Someone I Love Has An Addiction?’

Monday, June 29th, 2020

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What If Someone I Love Has An Addiction?

Codependency is a term that therapists use to describe the parallel progression for those who love someone experiencing addiction.

Therapists at Low Country Counseling in Savannah offer tips on what do if someone you love has addiction. Learn more here. 

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If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for Individuals, Moms, Couples, Families, and Teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone.

Hope starts here.

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(Pediatric dentists, Savannah) Kid’s Dentistree reopens in Richmond Hill

Monday, June 29th, 2020

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Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill  has missed you and your smile! They appreciate your patience throughout the coronavirus crisis as they’ve had to adjust the care they were able to provide. With restrictions now lifted, Kid’s Dentistree  has resumed all dental care services and can get back to caring for your child and their smile!

It’s understandable to wonder whether it’s safe to go to the dentist during the coronavirus crisis. Rest assured that Kid’s Dentistree is doing everything they can to ensure your visit is safe. Click here for more information and to schedule an appointment today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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SouthCoast Health experts answer ‘Can I go outside during the pandemic?

Sunday, June 28th, 2020

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The experts at SouthCoast Health in Savannah answer the question “Can I Go Outside During the Coronavirus Pandemic?”

The good news is the answer to this question is yes! You can still go outside and enjoy the fresh air, as long as you follow safety guidelines. In fact, many health experts recommend it. Going outside means you’re getting a break from being stuck in quarantine and soaking in some much-needed vitamin D.

But, if you do plan to go outside, make sure to follow these safety tips:

Since the coronavirus is spread through droplets made through actions such as coughing or sneezing, it’s best to still wear a mask if you plan to go outside. This will protect you from those droplets.

It’s best to keep up social distancing measures. Still plan to keep about six feet away from everyone around you. The good news is that it’s easier to do this while exploring outside versus being stuck in close corridors inside.

If you are in the high-risk category, unfortunately for you it is best to stay indoors still, unless you plan to sit outside or walk around in your own yard where you know no one else will enter.

The final conscious is: yes. It’s safe to go outside during the coronavirus pandemic. Make sure to follow the guidelines above.

Any more questions about the coronavirus pandemic? The experts at SouthCoast Health can help. Click here to schedule an appointment or call at 912-691-3600.

Learn more here. 

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(Savannah, Pooler pediatricians) Coastal Pediatrics

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020

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Pediatrician searching in the Savannah-Pooler area?

Coastal Pediatrics has offices in Savannah & Pooler.

If you would like to join the Coastal Pediatrics practice, but are unsure if they are participating providers with your insurance, check their list of accepted insurances here.

If you do not see your insurance on their list, please contact their office and check with the receptionist to see if they accept your insurance before making an appointment.

If you already know that Coastal Pediatrics accepts your insurance and you would like to make a new patient appointment, please call 912-353-7744 to schedule the appointment.

Learn more here.

Coastal Pediatrics- Savannah
2 Wheeler Street
Savannah, GA 31405

Coastal Pediatrics- Pooler
1000 Towne Center Blvd
Building 1000B
Pooler, GA 31322

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SouthCoast Health: Schedule pediatric exams sooner, rather than later

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

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Summer is an ideal time to schedule a pediatrics appointment to complete a yearly check-up.

SouthCoast Health pediatric experts say annual wellness exams are critical in maintaining the health and happiness of your child, and knocking these out at the beginning of the summer versus at the end avoids many potential problems.

SouthCoast Health facilities have taken precautions to keep their offices safe for patient visits, said SouthCoast Health Pediatrician Dr. David Mozer.

“Our offices become so hectic at the end of the summer when school is about to begin again. Because of this we always encourage parents to bring their kids in at the beginning of the summer to avoid the back to school rush,” Dr. Mozer said. “This also ensures the child and parent have more quality time with their pediatrician and gives parents peace of mind through summer months usually filled with lots of travel.”

Still not convinced to schedule an early-summer pediatrics wellness visit?

Check out these four main reasons the proactive approach is best.

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Low Country Counseling in Savannah: 4 New Tips to Relieve Anxiety

Monday, June 15th, 2020

therapy Savannah Low Country Counseling Generalized Anxiety Disorder is one of the most common mental health conditions.

Low Country Counseling in Savannah offers four new coping skills for relief from anxiety here.

As Low Country Counseling therapists point out: “Anxiety takes many forms: racing thoughts, dread, excessive worry, panic, and loss of sleep. For some, it can even manifest physically by impacting the GI tract. Once anxiety strikes, it can feel overwhelming and hopeless.”

If you or a loved one is in need of support, Low Country Counseling offers specialized therapy for Individuals, Moms, Couples, Families, and Teens. Contact Low Country Counseling for any questions you need answered or to schedule an appointment. Help is available. You are not alone!

Hope starts here.

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SouthCoast Health Warns Not to Ignore Health Concerns

Saturday, June 13th, 2020

A message from SouthCoast Health in Savannah: If you have a chronic condition that requires routine checks and you have not seen your physician as prescribed, please contact your physician’s office as soon as possible.

SouthCoast Health has seen a drastic decrease of patient visits for chronic care management. Patients with conditions such as diabetes, COPD, heart failure and hypertension are choosing to put off their scheduled or routine visits with their physicians.

SouthCoast Health has taken precautions to keep their offices safe for patient visits. Additionally, SouthCoast Health is happy to offer virtual visits when possible.

Learn more here.