Children’s asthma is different than adult asthma. While adults tend to experience more persistent symptoms of asthma, children tend to experience intermittent symptoms, such as episodes that are triggered by exercise or a cold. Though, some children can experience frequent, daily symptoms. In addition, children are also more likely to suffer from allergies in addition to asthma; this is because their bodies are still developing and are more susceptible to allergens.
Because of this, you need to make sure that you are seeing the right doctor to treat your child’s asthma. At Pediatric Asthma Specialist, we are a group of highly experienced pediatric pulmonary doctors that treat children and teens specifically. We have the training needed to understand how a child’s body works and what treatments it needs. Call us today to find out more about our children’s asthma services!