When a minor injury occurs with your child, trust in Integrative Pediatric Health Care. For parents in the Denver, Littleton, Cherry Hills Village, Highlands Ranch, and Aurora areas, we provide minor injury care for children at the welcoming Denver, CO office.
Integrative Pediatric Health Care can assist with minor injury care for children, typically on the same day. In the case of an injury which needs prompt attention such as lacerations, cuts, mild fractures, and sprains, the office can help to take care of the injury. Parents should call the office to determine exactly what needs to be done for their child, including whether they need to be taken to the ER or an urgent care facility.
When children are growing and developing during their early infant to toddler stages, many new skills are being developed. Children are often curious and want to explore the world around them. Unfortunately, they don’t always realize what they can do and what they can’t. Children often believe wholeheartedly that what they think or want to happen, will happen. Consequences are often not in their mind, nor can they be since they have never experienced the event before. This often causes them to engage in dangerous situations including testing heights and climbing on unstable surfaces. Parents can help to reduce these risks by accepting that their child will be curious and active. Planning how to avoid safety hazards can be very beneficial.
Close supervision and guidance will be an important part of keeping your child safe. You can:
Here is a list of insurances we accept. We do not accept Kaiser or Denver Health Medicaid or some plans that were purchased on the health exchange website. Each plan has unique benefits, so we encourage you to contact your insurance to ask if we are in-network. Please have your card at the time of service; co-pays are expected at time of visit. If we are not in-network, if you are not insured, or your insurance is inactive, payment is due at the time of service. We can coordinate payment plans when needed.