Treat the cause of your allergies safely, effectively, and affordably with precision allergy drops.Unlike most  allergy drugs — which only treat symptoms temporarily — sublingual immunotherapy addresses the underlying cause of allergies. Allergy drops are given under the tongue in gradually increasing dosages until you develop a tolerance to the allergy-causing substance.  

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Town Center Pediatrics provides care for children from birth to 18 years old.  We provide routine well child care,  same day sick appointments when needed, and care for various chronic conditions such as asthma, allergies and ADHD.  

Town Center Pediatrics screens your child with Go check kids at 12 months, 24 months and at the 3 year physical. GoCheck Kids™ uses a single photograph of the eyes, taken with the phone’s camera, to screen for amblyopia risk factors in children aged 6 months to 6 years. Because GoCheck Kids uses a photo of the eyes to do children’s vision screening, it is known as a “photoscreener".


Does your child suffer from allergies?  

ImPACT is an objective tool to support trained healthcare providers in making sound return to activity decisions following concussions. It’s a computerized test that measures memory, attention span, visual and verbal problem solving.  ImPACT has two primary uses: before the onset of an activity, a baseline test is conducted to measure
the athlete’s performance baseline. In the event of an injury, a post-injury test is administered and compared to the baseline and/or normative data scores.  

Baseline Testing

The baseline test can  is now available on line and can be done at your convenience.  Go to the website below, and follow the instructions for taking the baseline test at home.  

Post-Concussion Testing

If your child has had an injury and you suspect a concussion please call our office to set up an appointment for the ImPACT post concussion test. Insurance does not cover this testing and the cost is $40.  This test CAN NOT be done at home.

​​The AAP recommends that chidren should be screened as early as 12 months of age to detect any risk factors.

Is your child involved in sports?