Our pediatric subspecialists are physicians who have additional training and skills in areas such as cardiology, neurology and surgery.
Our doctors continually seek out new technology and emerging research, and they work with teams of highly skilled medical professionals to provide compassionate care to children and their families.
Pediatric subspecialties provided by Kalispell Regional Healthcare include:
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Child and adolescent psychiatry includes counseling and therapy for a wide range of concerns, including medication management, anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship issues and life changes.
Neonatologists care for newborns who are born prematurely and newborns with infections, breathing disorders or birth defects.
Pediatric anesthesiologists administer sedation and anesthesia to temporarily block pain, particularly during surgery.
Pediatric cardiologists study and treat the heart and its function in children and adolescents, including heart disease and congenital heart defects.
Pediatric Critical Care
Pediatric critical care physicians treat children and adolescents who are acutely ill or injured.
Pediatric dentists detect and repair cavities, care for dental injuries, and diagnose other tooth and gum conditions.
Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes
Pediatric endocrinologists specialize in treatment for diabetes, thyroid disease, puberty, growth and development, and other issues related to hormones and the endocrine system.
Pediatric gastroenterologists diagnose and treat digestive disorders such as celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome and food allergies.
Pediatric neurologists study and treat the brain, spine and nervous system.
Pediatric neurosurgeons specialize in surgical treatment of the nervous system and brain.
Pediatric Oncology and Hematology
Pediatric oncology is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, while hematology focuses on blood disorders such as leukemia and anemia.
Pediatric ophthalmologists are concerned with the development and health of the eyes, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders in children.
Pediatric pathologists specialize in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases that can impact the normal growth and development of children.
Pediatric radiologists use imaging techniques and equipment to diagnose and treat infants, children and adolescents.
Pediatric surgeons are specially trained to perform surgery on infants, children and adolescents.
Perinatologists identify at-risk pregnancies and reduce those risks through collaboration and planning with other pediatric specialists.
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