Welcome to Sunrise Pediatrics

We are your experienced and caring pediatric providers in Las Vegas, NV! If you’re looking for accessible pediatric care, a child–friendly environment, and a responsive team of pediatricians in Las Vegas, then look no further. We love kids, and our goal is to have a positive impact in the lives of children by providing exceptional health care and compassionate service to the families we serve.

At Sunrise Pediatrics, we offer a full range of pediatric care including sick appointments, well child check ups and immunizations. Our team of caring providers is committed to providing quality service in a comfortable, safe office setting where children and parents can feel at ease. We also take the  time to equip parents with the tools and resources necessary for the development of healthy children from birth to adolescence.

We encourage you to take some time to browse our website and familiarize yourself with our practice. We want you to use it as a valuable resource. You’ll find all of the helpful information you need about our practice including doctor bios, service details, directions to our our offices and new patient forms.

Sunrise Pediatrics looks forward to helping you guide your child along a path of optimal health and wellness. We can assure you that you’ll feel confident in our ability to not only meet, but exceed all of your expectations. For questions or to schedule a visit, contact our office today!

“Bitter are the tears of a child; sweeten them. Deep are the thoughts of a child; quiet them. Sharp is the grief of a child; take it from him. Soft is the heart of a child; do not harden it.”

Pamela Glenconner


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Pencils vs Touchscreens: Learning to Write?

Date: February 26th, 2018

The widespread use of touchscreen devices among young children is impairing their development of digital dexterity, which may have a negative effect on their ability to hold a pencil and learn to write, according to a report in Tech Times.

Play activities that help build muscles in the fingers, hands, and wrists -- such as cutting and sticking, building blocks, and using pull toys -- have fallen out of favor in the past decade, as parents increasingly give their children touchscreen tablets for amusement and learning.

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Human Milk in a Bottle: Are the Benefits Just as Good?

Date: January 30th, 2018

Breastfeeding or Breast Milk?
Does breastfeeding protect against atopic illness in offspring? Many previous studies did not differentiate between infants who were nursed directly at the breast versus those who were fed expressed breast milk by bottle.[1] Some preliminary data suggested differences in the potential protective benefits of breastmilk according to mode of feeding rather than type of milk consumed.[2]

Klopp and colleagues[1] sought to evaluate those potential differences in an analysis of more than 3200 infants enrolled in the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development birth cohort. They hypothesized that direct

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