Frequently Asked Questions
Who Are Paediatricians?
A paediatrician is an expert on infants, children and adolescents’ health. They are responsible for diagnosing, managing and treating all kinds of conditions faced by children. Paediatricians see patients until the age of 18. They can either be primary caregivers or specialists.
Conditions & types of disease treated by Paediatricians
Paediatricians treat various diseases and conditions that are including of:
Organ diseases and dysfunctions
Functional and behavioural disorders
Mental health concerns
How often should my child see a paediatrician?
Depending on the age of the child, infants should regularly visit their paediatricians at the ages of 1,4,6, 12, and 24 months. From age 3, annual visits are recommended. Different individuals have different needs and may need more frequent visits if necessary.
How much does it cost to consult a paediatrician?
The cost of a paediatrician depends on the education and experience of the doctor. Different conditions have different requirements, and patients can consult paediatricians of different subspecialties to meet their requirements.