If your child has asthma, seek the best care possible.
Whether your child has mild, moderate or severe asthma, having a pediatric asthma specialist assess and treat his or her specific needs can mean your child can get healthier, faster. Our pediatric specialists are the best in their fields, working in an environment dedicated to meeting the rising demand for asthma care. Our comprehensive program offers patients and their families a multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and management of their asthma.
Our Pediatric Asthma Treatment Programs offer:
- Evaluation for allergies and other triggers
- Diagnostic tests not available elsewhere
- Individualized treatment plans that reflect each child’s specific needs
- Rehabilitation services, including pulmonary rehabilitation and occupational therapy
- Nutrition counseling and education
- Psychological assessment and treatment
- Art therapy programs
- Pediatric Severe Asthma Clinic
At National Jewish Health, you and your child have the support of the leading respiratory hospital in the nation. Families come here from around the world to receive treatment they can’t find anywhere else.
There are two programs that children with asthma can enter at National Jewish Health to receive treatment based on the severity of their asthma and the level of difficulty in managing their disease: The Pediatric Outpatient Clinic and the Pediatric Day Program.
Reasons to Visit National Jewish Health
The management of asthma can vary based on the particular child; education and regular treatments can help to successfully control it. Any one of the following is a good reason to see the National Jewish Health for Kids asthma team:
- Asthma interferes with the ability to sleep or perform daily activities
- Asthma is not well controlled
- Interfering with exercise and/or sports
- Needing a lot of rescue medications
- Concerns about medications used to treat asthma
- Wanting to know if allergies are playing a role
- Regular doctor suggests an evaluation
- Wanting to participate in research studies to learn more about asthma and new treatments