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Dr. Timothy Wolff

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About Dr. Timothy Wolff

Dr. Timothy Wolff offers a special hands-on approach to patient care and does Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), read about the difference here. He believes that all parts of the body work together; looking at the patient as a whole to reach a diagnosis rather than just treating the symptoms.

What Vaccines do 2 Year Olds Get?

What Vaccines do 2 Year Olds Get? 2 year olds need regular exams to ensure that they are staying healthy and that they are up to date with immunizations against many serious childhood diseases. The common immunizations of 2 year olds include: 4 doses of the diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis, DTaP vaccine 3 doses of [...]

By |March 22nd, 2019|advice, children|0 Comments

What Vaccines Do 10 Year Olds Get

What Vaccines Do 10 Year Olds Get? If you follow the recommended schedule and purposefully immunize your child by age of 6, your child is protected against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases. If you did not and your child missed a vaccine, at age 10, it may be time for your child to catch up. There are [...]

By |March 22nd, 2019|advice, children|0 Comments

What Vaccines do Children Get

What Vaccines do Children Get? There is no law saying children must get vaccinated although vaccines keep your child healthy by protecting them from otherwise dangerous infections. The vaccines that children sometimes get are... Flu vaccine also known as influenza vaccine usually available as a shot or nasal spray. the vaccine is given at the [...]

By |March 22nd, 2019|advice, children|0 Comments

Why are Childhood Immunizations Important?

Why are Childhood Immunizations Important? As a new parent, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the immunizations that your child keeps receiving. The benefits of immunization include: Protecting your child from deadly diseases like polio and tetanus. When a child is immunized, they receive a dead or weakened version of the germ that causes [...]

By |February 27th, 2019|advice, children, flu|0 Comments

What Does an Allergic Reaction Look Like on a Child?

What Does an Allergic Reaction Look Like on a Child? Different allergies have different reactions in children. Some of these reactions can be very serious. In many children, the common allergy symptom is the allergy rhinitis. It causes a runny, stuffy and itchy nose. Children are at risk of two dangerous allergic reactions; anaphylaxis and [...]

By |February 25th, 2019|advice, children, flu|0 Comments

What is the Most Common Allergy in Children?

What Is the Most Common Allergy in Children? The occurrence of allergies on children is mostly for those children who are in families with a history of allergies. The most common allergy in children is food allergies especially allergic reactions to milk, milk products and eggs. Allergy symptoms include: Skin rashes or hives Breathing difficulties [...]

By |February 23rd, 2019|children, flu|0 Comments

What is the Purpose of a Vaccine?

What is the Purpose of a Vaccine? When it comes to provision of public health measures, the world is not only concerned with the provision of safe food, water and sanitation but also in vaccination. Since its discovery, vaccination has become an effective way to control infectious diseases that were previously responsible for the deaths [...]

By |February 21st, 2019|flu|0 Comments

Does Your Child Need a Physical for School

Does Your Child Need a Physical for School? If you have enrolled your child especially for sports programs, you might have noticed that a sports physical was required before the child was allowed to participate in the sport. But it is not only in sports that children require a physical. Yes, your child needs a [...]

By |February 17th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

What is Winter Depression?

What Is Winter Depression? Winter Depression is a similar term to describe SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). Some people have full blown depression that lasts for a long time, usually year around, and some people have seasonal depression, that only comes on in the winter. Statistics About Depression From GoodenCenter.org - Middle aged women actually have the [...]

By |January 8th, 2019|depression|0 Comments

What is SAD?

What is SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)? SAD is a type of depression that people get around certain times of the year, it's called Seasonal Affective Disorder. Is SAD A Mental Illness? Seasonal Affective Disorder is a legitimately recognized type of mental depression that has become common. From the US Library of Medicine: Dr. Rosenthal: Six [...]

By |January 6th, 2019|advice|0 Comments