pediatric urgent care Blog

FAMILY SPOTLIGHT Spring Kane, Medical Assistant

For this edition of KidsStreet Urgent Care Spotlight, we sat down with our Medical Assistant, Spring Kane!    Spring joined our KidsStreet family in  April of 2018 as a medical assistant and Dr. Wags!  Spring has been married to her husband Jeremy for 14 years. They have an 11-year-old son.    What’s your favorite memory so… Read more »

Family Spotlight: Dr. Richard Wags, KidsStreet Urgent Care’s Mascot

Dr. Richard Wags is MainStreet Family Urgent Care’s favorite canine companion and company mascot! This month we are focusing our Family Spotlight on our company mascot, Dr. Wags. Born in Dogtown, Alabama, our  KidsStreet Family found Dr. Wags as a young pup with a talent for making kids smile! We took him into our Family… Read more »

Preventing Sickness at School

The average American child has six to 10 colds a year. In fact, children’s colds cause more doctor visits and missed school days than any other illness.   Here are 10 ways to help protect your child from germs and illness at school. Know How and When to Wash Hands: Children often don’t wash their hands often enough or… Read more »

Hand Washing 101

Hand washing is by far the best way to keep kids from getting sick and prevent the spread of germs. As early as possible, get your child into the habit of washing her hands often and thoroughly.   1. When To Wash: After playing outside After touching animals After using the bathroom Before eating or touching food After blowing… Read more »

Signs of Overload

Sensory overload occurs when the body is unable to process, organize, and respond to all the incoming sensory input. Although stress is a part of life and growing up, you need to intervene when you sense that it is undermining your child’s physical or psychological well-being.   Signs of sensory processing overload in children: Seems restless,… Read more »