The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, board-certified pediatric pulmonologists have expertise in diagnosing and treating children and teens suffering from a wide-range of lung and respiratory diseases.
Our pediatric pulmonologists can provide treatment for allergies such as seasonal and food allergies, asthma, breathing problems, chronic cough, cystic fibrosis and other pulmonary diseases. Whether infants are born with lung disease or children develop chronic bronchitis or asthma, we can care for all children and adolescents and help get them well again.
Pediatric Pulmonology doctors at the School of Medicine are highly trained and continually educate themselves in the field of pediatric pulmonology. Cystic Fibrosis is a very common genetically inherited disease and our specialists can help develop individualized treatment plans for pediatric patients born with this lung condition.
During your initial visit at the School of Medicine, our pediatric pulmonologists will have your child do a series of breathing exams and possible x-rays and scans to examine the lungs. Physicians then evaluate any symptoms and develop a diagnosis. Our specialists work with your family and your child's primary care provider to determine the best treatment options for our pediatric patients.
If your child is experiencing shortness in breath, chest pain, fever or fatigue, or you just have questions on how other medical issues affect your child's breathing, come meet with our specialists today.
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