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As your family doctor, we at Mansfield Primary Care Doctors try our best providing you with quality medical care in our community and at your convenience.

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Pediatric Care For Your Children

Your little ones have highest priority for you and us. We are committed to provide high class professional pediatric services to your most precious investment.

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We even provide Urgent Care Services in our Mansfield TX office. Please visit us for walk-ins and same day appointments.

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Primary,Pediatric and Urgent Care in Mansfield TX

At Mansfield Primary Care Doctors, priority of our board certified family physicians is to deliver medical care to you and your loved ones. We provide Primary Care, Urgent Care and Pediatric care in our Mansfield office. We accept all major insurances including United Health Care(UHC), Aetna, Cigna , BCBS(Blue Cross Blue Shield) and Scott & White.

 

We believe that your health is of utmost important and promise to bring the best of our expertise and attention to take care of your health. As your family doctors, we are always available and accessible to our patients (24 hrs a day, 7 days a week). Our patients choose MPCD as their family doctor or pediatrician because of our personal attention, expert care, convenient location and friendly, professional staff.

 

Mansfield Primary Care Doctors offers patients a convenient and affordable alternative to urgent care in Mansfield TX. Our family doctors and pediatrician are accessible to our patients 24 hours a day and provide patients with the utmost confidence, compassion and professionalism.

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– We accept all Health Insurance Marketplaces (also called Exchanges) insurances. We are pleased the Affordable Care Act law expands coverage to millions of uninsured without the worry of a lifetime maximum.

 

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Primary,Pediatric and Urgent Care in Mansfield TX

As your family doctor, we at Mansfield Primary Care Doctors try our best providing you with quality medical care in our community and at your convenience. We welcome Walkins for Urgent Care in Mansfield Office.

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    Urgent Care in Mansfield

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    Chronic Conditions

    Chronic medical conditions are generally diseases which are lifelong. However, with the right approach including regular medical care, medications and life style changes they can be very well controlled.

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    Acute Conditions

    Acute medical conditions generally develop suddenly and last only a few days. While some can evolve into a more persistent disease, most are self-resolving (the body overcomes the condition).

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    Womens Health

    There are significant differences in the ways men and women experience disease and respond to medication.

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    Spring and early summer brings with it almost the end of cold and flu season but the allergies get stronger as the days pass by.

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    At Mansfield Primary Care Doctors, our primary doctors and pediatricians are always up to date the latest vaccine requirements issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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    Preventive Medicine specialists target medical problems before they become more serious.

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Meet Our Physicians

Doctor 1
Dr. Panna Nangha M.D., Family Physician

Dr. Nangha approaches primary care with a combination of head, heart and hands – bringing strong evidence-based medical knowledge with a careful listening ear.

Doctor 2
Dr. Chaitanya Chavda M.D.,F.A.A.P, Pediatrician

Dr. Chavda completed his postdoctoral training in Pediatric Newborn Medicine from Children’s Hospital Boston at Harvard Medical School.

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Women’s health and wellness
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In your twenties or forties don’t know what to do. Follow the steps below.

A well-woman visit is a checkup. During your visit discuss the steps you need to take, as well as the screenings and shots you need, based on your age, health habits, risk factors, and family history. It’s a time to check in on how you’re doing, what changes you can make to reach your health goals. In addition to talking with your health care provider about your health, you may also get a physical exam and perhaps certain shots and medical tests. You do not need every test every year. And the good news is you don’t have to worry about incurring cost for your annual well-woman visit. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, most private health plans must cover this visit along with many other preventive care benefits.

General health
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• Get blood pressure checked
• Eat healthy
• Maintain a healthy weight
• Get at least 30 minutes of physical activity most days
• Quit smoking
• Get an HIV test at least once in my lifetime
• Choose the right birth control if having sex
• Get a pap test / HPV done if needed
• Talk to doctor about stress, depression, and other mental health concerns
• Hepatitis B and C screening
• Talk to doctor about family history of cancers
• Diabetes check up
• Talk to doctor about whether I should have a screening mammogram

In fifties in addition to the above list go for these as discussed below:

• Ask about daily aspirin use (55 and older)
• Choose the right birth control if you still get your period
• Talk to doctor about menopause symptoms
• Talk to doctor about risk for sexually transmitted infections and need for screening
• Get a mammogram every other year
• Get screened for colorectal cancer
• Ask about lung cancer screening if a current or past smoker (55 and older)
• Get screened for colorectal cancer

In your sixties go for these too

• Get a seasonal flu shot
• Get a shingles shot
• Get pneumonia shots (65 and older)
• Ask what other shots I need
• Ask about daily aspirin use
• Talk to doctor about preventing falls
• Talk to doctor about osteoporosis screening
• Get screened for Hepatitis B

In your seventies pay attention to these also
• Talk to doctor about any hearing or vision problems
• Get a mammogram every other year (74 and younger)
• Get screened for colorectal cancer (75 and younger)
• Ask about lung cancer screening if a current or past smoker
• Talk to doctor about getting screened for hepatitis B and hepatitis C
• Talk to doctor about stress, depression, and other mental health concerns

In your eighties or nineties take these steps also to stay healthy:
• Maintain a healthy weight
• Get at least 30 minutes of physical activity most days
• Talk with doctor about a physical activity program that is appropriate
• Limit alcohol use
• Get a seasonal flu shot
• Get a shingles shot if haven’t had one before
• Get pneumonia shots if haven’t had them before
• Talk to doctor about any domestic and interpersonal violence
• Talk to doctor about your risk for sexually transmitted infections and need for screening

Last but not the least keep in touch with your doctor to stay hale and hearty.

The information contained on this Website should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your health care provider. There may be variations in treatment that your health care provider may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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221 Regency Parkway Suite 125
Mansfield, TX 76063
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Toddler’s nutrition
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Fostering good eating habits and providing healthy, nutrient-rich food is one of a parent's significant tasks in raising toddlers. Quality nutrition is important for toddlers, because it affects physical and mental development as well as helping to prevent and overcome illness. Deficiencies of nutrients, such as iron and vitamin C, can impair brain and body functioning.

You’ll probably notice a sharp drop in your toddler’s appetite after his first birthday. Suddenly he’s fussy about what he eats, turns his head away after just a few bites, or resists coming to the table at mealtimes. It may seem as parents he should be eating more now but there’s a good reason for the change. His growth rate has slowed, and he really doesn’t require as much food now.

Feeding your toddler:
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Each day, a child between ages 1 and 3 years needs about 40 calories for every inch of height. This means, for example, that a toddler who measures 32 inches should be taking in an average of about 1,300 calories a day, but the amount varies with each child's build and activity level.
The child's serving size should be approximately one-quarter of an adult's.
Depending on their age, size, and activity level, toddlers need about 1,000-1,400 calories a day.

Iron intake
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Infants ages 7-12 months need 11 milligrams of iron a day. Babies younger than 1 year should be given iron-fortified cereal in addition to breast milk or an infant formula supplemented with iron.
Toddlers need 7 milligrams of iron each day. Kid’s ages 4-8 years need 10 milligrams while older kids ages 9-13 years need 8 milligrams of iron each day. Kids, especially toddlers, who drink a lot of cow's milk, may be less hungry and less likely to eat iron-rich foods.
Eggs
Bread
Fortified breakfast cereals
Red meat, such as beef, lamb or pork
Dark poultry meat, such as chicken thighs or legs
Dark green vegetables, such as broccoli and watercress
Pulses, such as baked beans, lentils and kidney beans are great sources of iron.

Calcium intake
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Milk and other calcium-rich foods like tofu, cottage cheese red beans so on and so forth are a must in kid’s diet. After all, calcium is a key building block for strong, healthy bones. But most kids ages 9 to 18 don't get the recommended 1,300 milligrams of calcium per day.
1 to 3 years old — 700 milligrams of calcium daily
4 to 8 years old — 1,000 milligrams of calcium daily
9 to 18 years old — 1,300 milligrams of calcium daily

Healthy snacks for toddlers
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Choose fresh fruits like banana apples, peaches cherries grapes etc vegetables like carrot, yams, peas etc.

Unsafe food for toddlers
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Hard candies
Popcorn
Raw carrots, celery, green beans
Seeds
Whole grapes, cherry tomatoes (Cut them in quarters.) etc

The information contained on this Website should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your health care provider. There may be variations in treatment that your health care provider may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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221 Regency Parkway Suite 125
Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone - (817) 477-5884
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ADHD vs Autism
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Although they may appear two sides of the same coin, share many of the same symptoms, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism are very different disorders.ADHD is a neurobehavioral disorder that makes it difficult for sufferers to focus, stay organized, and listen to direction. It’s estimated that ADHD affects 3 to 5 percent of kids in the United States. In contrast, autism is a developmental disorder that affects the way a person communicates and interacts with others. Estimates say three to six in every 1,000 kids in the United States has autism.

ADHD is a common childhood behavioral disorder. Three types of ADHD exist:

Predominately hyperactive-impulsive-Fidgeting, Squirming, blurting out, running or climbing repeatedly, can’t play quietly, interrupting, talking too much.

Predominately inattentive - Not paying attention to detail, Making careless mistakes, Failing to pay attention and keep on task, Not listening etc

Combined hyperactive-impulsive and inattentive- People with it have symptoms of both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive types.

According to data from the National Institute of Mental Health, 9 percent of American children between the ages of 13 and 18 have ADHD. The average onset age is 7 years old. Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with it than girls.

ADHD behavior checklist

a) Talking nonstop
b) Not showing concern for other people’s emotions or feelings
c) Trouble sitting still
d) Easily distracted
e) Frequently switching attention from one thing or task to another
f) Difficulty focusing
g) Difficulty concentrating and narrowing attention to one task
h) Growing bored quickly with tasks
i) Dashing around a room, jumping from object to object
j) Blurting out
k) Interrupting conversations or activities

Autism behavior checklist

a) Unresponsive to common stimuli
b) Impaired social interaction
c) Intense focus and concentration in a singular item
d) Withdrawn behaviors
e) Avoiding eye contact
f) An inability to react to others’ emotions or feelings
g) Repetitive movement, such as rocking or twisting
h) Delayed developmental benchmarks

How can a health care provider tell the difference between autism and ADHD?

Both disorders may affect sufferers’ social interactions, their ability to follow directions, and to stay focused. But neither autism nor ADHD has one symptom that makes making a diagnosis easy. Both disorders display a combination of symptoms, and thus a professional evaluation is necessary to clarify whether someone suffers from autism or ADHD.

In order to assess a patient’s symptoms, a health-care professional will probably conduct a series of evaluations, tests, and interviews. Interviews usually involve the patient, and certainly take into account observations by his or her parents, caregivers and teachers. These interviews help the health-care professional to get a clear understanding of how symptoms are affecting the patient’s daily life.

Early detection of ADHD and autism will help a child receive the right diagnosis and treatment.

Similarities

Families often get confused whether their child suffers from ADHD or autism. It’s wiser to consult a health care provider in such cases.

• Inattention

Children who have ADHD and children with autism may have difficulties with paying attention.

• Hyperactivity

Some children with ADHD or autism may engage in hyperactive behavior. This means that the child may be fidgety, restless, constantly on the go, or talking excessively.

• Impulsivity

Children with ADHD or autism may act impulsively and without recognizing the consequences of their actions.

• Behavior Problems

Many children with an ADHD diagnosis may have behavioral challenges which set them apart from their peers. Likewise, many children with an autism spectrum disorder may have significant behavior problems which interfere with learning and making friends.


• Impaired Social Skills

The child with either ADHD or autism may have great difficulty in making friends or fitting in at school or with their peers.

The information contained on this Website should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your health care provider. There may be variations in treatment that your health care provider may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.

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