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Why Is A Sports Physical So Important?

When your child wants to participate in their favorite sports, it’s important that you’re doing all that you can to keep them protected. Not only do they need all of Read More

Common Signs of Developmental Delay in Children

Regular wellness visits with a trusted pediatrician are recommended for all children to evaluate growth milestones, sleep habits, nutrition, behavioral health, and physical and mental health. If you are concerned Read More

Why Are Immunizations Important?

Johns Creek Pediatrics provides immunizations in Cumming, and Suwanee, GA, to help children stay healthy. Read why immunizations are so important for your child's health and contact us to make Read More

Common Childhood Illnesses

Your child comes into contact with millions of microscopic viruses and bacteria daily. Your child’s immune system also isn’t as robust as that of an adult. These two factors combine Read More

Why You Should Consider Prenatal Counseling

Johns Creek Pediatrics, serving Suwanee & Cumming, GA, and the nearby region, recommends families and even singles undergo prenatal counseling, especially when faced with an unplanned pregnancy, or they have Read More

Understanding Developmental Milestones: Tracking Your Child's Growth

One of the best parts of being a parent is being able to watch your child grow and develop. Once they’re born, they’ll start hitting specific milestones throughout their lives Read More

What To Expect From a Sports Physical?

The pediatric providers at Johns Creek Pediatrics in Cumming, and Suwanee, GA, want to help your whole family stay healthy and happy. Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate care Read More

Managing Screen Time for Kids: Striking a Balance for Healthy Development

Screens are now a common part of our society. Your child can easily spend a full day on their screen, but that’s not great for their developmental and physical health. Read More

Common Signs for Recognizing Child Allergies

Does your child suffer from allergies? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your child has a cold, or if your child has allergies, which can be treated. Your Read More

Happy New Year- Setting Goals

Setting Goals The new year is a time when we often think about the coming year and what we would like to accomplish.  Of course, any time can be a good Read More

Summer Safety Reminders

Stay safe while enjoying your summer! Wear helmets when riding bikes and scooters. Golf carts and ATVs can cause serious injury.  Children should not drive motorized vehicles unless they have a driver’s Read More

On Unity -- February 2022

On Unity Dear JCP Families: I am keeping my New Year’s resolution to bring you a monthly blog on a non-COVID related topic.  In honor of Black History Month, I would like Read More

Infant Formula Recall

Dear Johns Creek Pediatrics families, As many of you are aware, there was a recall of several infant formulas, including some types of Similac, Alimentum, and Elecare. Please check the following Read More

On Goals and Excellence- January 2022

January Blog Post On Goals and Excellence The new year is a time when we often think about the coming year and what we would like to accomplish. Of course, any time can Read More

Home Care for a Cold

              Upper respiratory infections, better known as colds, are one of the most common infections in children. Children can get an average of 7-10 Read More


Has your child ever had a nosebleed? Nosebleeds are a common complaint in pediatric patients. When a nosebleed occurs, it can be quite alarming, but try not to worry because Read More

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