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Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, 2003
Stanford University Medical Center, 2004
Stanford University Medical Center, 2006
Acid reflux, Acne, Adolescent health, Allergy, Anemia, Anorexia and bulimia, Asperger's syndrome, Asthma, Attachment parenting, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Autism spectrum disorders, Bedwetting, Behavior problems, Breastfeeding, Child development, Developmental delay, Eczema, Language delay,
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Dr. Sidell enjoys running, biking, and generally being outdoors with her family and her dogs. Her young son also keeps her very busy.
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Philosophy of Care
Thank you for considering me as your pediatrician. I consider it a privilege to care for your child, as I love helping parents through the joys and the struggles of raising a happy and healthy child. To me, the best doctor/patient relationship is a partnership with good communication in both directions. I love teaching, and learning, from my patients and their families. I hope to help you wade through all the health care information out there and provide facts so you can make the right decisions for your child. I'm a strong believer in preventive care, which includes a healthy lifestyle and the recommended schedule of immunizations to protect your child against the deadliest, preventable diseases. When illness does occur, I would work with you to obtain the best diagnostics or therapy to help your child recover. I consider it my job to be your child's advocate. I look forward to meeting you!
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