In most cases, the symptoms for a cold, flu or COVID-19 are similar and sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. We asked Dr. Rebecca Cantu from Arkansas Children’s for some tips when it comes to knowing how to treat you and your family members.Read more
If a child has a seizure, it does not mean they have epilepsy. The number of seizures and the time frame when those seizures happen are important to diagnose epilepsy, a brain disease where normal nerve activity becomes abnormal.
Learn how the neurology team at Arkansas Children's Northwest diagnoses and treats both of these conditions.
It takes a team of experts to keep young athletes healthy and get them back on the field. The sports medicine team at ACNW includes athletic trainers, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and physicians. Learn how Dr. Poindexter uses her own story to help treat young athletes at our Springdale location.
Bedwetting is a common, treatable issue that most children go through and eventually outgrow. But if they continue to have accidents at night as they get older, typically around 6 years old, it’s time to take them to a doctor for evaluation and treatment.