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Dr. Eunus and his experienced team of Pediatricians and Nurse Practitioners offer general Pediatric and Mental Health Care to children in Englewood, FL.

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Pediatric Services in Englewood, FL

General Pediatrics

Telemedicine Visits

Pediatric Well Visits

Allergy Management

Asthma Management

Acne Management

Mental Health & ADHD

Weight Management


Sports Physicals


General Vaccines


Chronic Conditions


Pediatric Procedures

Common Pediatric Conditions:


The immune system normally protects the body against harmful substances, such as bacteria and viruses. It also reacts to foreign substances called allergens, which are generally harmless and in most people do not cause a problem.

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Asthma is a chronic disease of the lungs. When triggered, it affects the airways and results in things like coughing, wheezing, and chest constriction. It often starts at a young age and can be triggered by various things, including both allergens and non-allergens. Asthma is manageable with medications and avoiding triggers.

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The common cold is a viral infection, which means it cannot be treated with antibiotics. It usually manifests in symptoms like a runny nose, congestion, fever, and others. Colds are easily spread amongst children through airborne droplets and direct contact with infected people. The best treatment is bed rest, lots of fluids, and medication to manage the symptoms.

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Diaper rash is common in babies and is usually caused by things like chafing, wet, infrequently changed diapers, and regular skin sensitivities. It can be very uncomfortable for babies but usually clears up quickly with the application of diaper rash cream and/or air drying. Diaper rash primarily affects the diaper area on the body and looks like a standard rash, i.e. red and tender-looking.

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Diarrhea is very common in young children and involves loose, watery stool and abdominal discomfort. It is often accompanied by nausea and vomiting as well as rapid weight loss and fever. If it persists, your child can become dehydrated. Diarrhea can be caused by many different things, from infections to Celiac disease to IBS.

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Fever is an important part of the body’s defense against infection. Many older infants develop high fevers with even minor illnesses.

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Children’s mental health development is crucially important, especially if they have experienced some kind of traumatic event. Kids can maintain good mental health by reaching important emotional and developmental milestones, as well as learning social skills and appropriate coping mechanisms. Doing this work requires good parental support and access to pediatric mental healthcare.

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Stomach pain in children is not necessarily cause for alarm by itself. Abdominal discomfort can indicate any number of things, from bloating and gas to appendicitis. Accompanying symptoms can help to narrow down both the cause and the source of the pain, and tell your doctor what kind of treatment is required.

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Sunburn is a common skin reaction to excessive exposure to UV sunlight, even on cloudy days. It tends to be more severe in children with light skin, but can still affect children with darker skin as well. Depending on severity, it can result in persistent and painful redness and peeling. Sunburn can be avoided by regular application of sunscreen, spending less time outdoors, and wearing clothing that blocks UV rays.

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