• Let's Get Active!
    Let’s focus on exercise and physical fitness this summer. Check out this post to view the AAP’s FITT plan for kids and teens! Read more
  • Drowning Prevention for Teens
    As the pools reopen this weekend, it is important to review drowning prevention strategies, even with your older teens. Even teenagers who have been swimming for years, should be aware of safety when swimming. Read more
  • Learning Multiple Languages
    Did you know, learning more than one language can improve a child’s overall communication skills, literacy, and math? It also helps maintain a connection between a child and their heritage or culture. Being multilingual can even make it easier for children to learn new words and languages later on. Read more
  • Toilet Training Tips
    Potty training can be a big step for many little ones. It is a learning experience for toddlers and parents to go through together. Keeping the experience positive can make a big difference in a child’s willingness and readiness to start their potty training journey! Read more
  • Safe Breast Milk Storage
    If you or your partner are pumping and storing breast milk for your infant, the guidelines around safe use of pumped milk can be confusing at times. Read here to review instructions on breastmilk storage from the CDC and AAP! Read more
  • Seasonal Allergies
    Spring time is here, and so are seasonal allergies for many children. For more information on seasonal allergies, check out our post here, or learn more on healthychildren.org! Read more
  • Getting involved in sports!
    The approaching spring season is a great time to get your child outside to exercise. Joining sports programs or teams can be one fun and exciting way to stay active. Let’s discuss appropriate sports for your child’s age! Read more
  • Is your teenager getting enough sleep?
    Adequate sleep can help boost school performance, mood, and overall health. Unfortunately, many children, especially teenagers, do not sleep enough on the average school night. Read here to learn more about sleep among teenagers! Read more
  • Bullying
    Many children experience bullying in various ways. We do not always know if our child is involved in or experiencing bullying, but it is an important topic to discuss with your child. Here is a quick review of the AAP’s recommendations regarding bullying. Check out www.stopbullying.gov for more information. Read more
  • Fussy Infants
    Let's review some of the reasons infants may cry and how parents can respond! Read more
  • Happy New Year!
    Let’s start off the New Year with some healthy resolutions for you and your family! What are you proud of from 2023, and what are some of your goals in 2024? Read more
  • Teenage Drivers
    As the weather gets colder, the roads can be increasingly dangerous. Be sure to review rules of the road with your teens and discuss how to stay safe behind the wheel, regardless if your teenager just got their license, or has been driving for over a year. Read more
  • Happy Thanksgiving!
    With the upcoming holiday, here are some tips to keep your Thanksgiving a safe and family-friendly event! Read more
  • First Cell Phone Readiness
    A child’s first cell phone can be a significant milestone as they get older, but how do you know when to give them one? There is not a set time or date, but a child’s readiness for a cell phone may change based on several factors! Read more
  • Halloween Safety Tips!
    Keep the safety scares out of this Halloween! Use these tips from the AAP to keep this holiday as safe for your children! Read more
  • Car Seat Safety
    Choosing a car seat can be a difficult endeavor for many parents. How do you know how to install it or which way it should be facing? Here, we will review important car seat safety information from the AAP’s car seat guidelines! Read more

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13880 Braddock Road Suite 201 Centreville, VA 20121

Hours of Operation

Our phones are only open 8AM to 5PM M-F and Saturday 8:30-10. Below are the times that patients are scheduled. We close for lunch 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM.

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Call For Saturday Triage Service: 8:30-10:00