Natalia C. Rodriguez, FEP, CPNP-PC, RN, is originally from Bogota, Colombia, where she attended FUCS University and received her medical degree.
3145 S Congress Ave, Palm Springs, FL 33461
An allergy test is a medical examination that determines a patient's sensitivity to various substances or allergens through different diagnostic methods.
Asthma treatment involves the use of medications, inhalers, and lifestyle changes to manage and prevent symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath.
Ear lavage is a medical procedure used to clean the ear canal by flushing it with a stream of water or saline solution.
Newborn care encompasses various interventions and practices aimed at ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of a newborn baby.
Well child visits are routine medical check-ups aimed at monitoring a child's growth, development, and overall health.
Sports/Camp/School Physicals are medical exams performed to assess a patient's overall health and fitness for participation in physical activities or attendance at school or camp.
Same day sick visits are medical appointments scheduled on the same day as the request to evaluate and treat acute illnesses or injuries.
Preoperative clearance exams are medical evaluations performed before a surgical procedure to assess a patient's overall health and identify any potential risks or complications.
ADHD treatment involves a combination of medication, behavioral therapy, and lifestyle changes to manage the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Developmental screening is a routine process that involves the use of standardized tools to identify potential developmental delays or disorders in children.
Vision screening is a standard procedure to assess a child's visual acuity and identify potential eye problems early on.
Hearing examinations are tests that are used to evaluate a patient's ability to hear and diagnose any potential hearing problems.
Telemedicine is the use of technology to provide medical care and consultations remotely, without the need for in-person visits.
Immunizations, also known as vaccinations, are preventive measures that help protect kids from infectious diseases by strengthening their immune system.
In-house lab services refer to the laboratory testing and analysis that we perform on site at our healthcare facilities.
Ear piercing involves making a small hole in the earlobe or cartilage for the purpose of wearing earrings, performed by a professional using a sterile procedure.
Vaccines are biological preparations that provide immunity against infectious diseases by stimulating the body's immune system to recognize and destroy pathogens.
Sport injuries are injuries that occur while participating in athletic activities or exercise, which may result in pain, swelling, and limited mobility. We offer evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, including pain management.
Pain relief refers to the management of physical discomfort, soreness, or agony.
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