Pediatric and Adolescent Ctr. vision is to provide compassionate, and prompt healthcare to children.
Pediatric and Adolescent Center of Northwest Houston is a rapidly growing practice with locations in Tomball, Spring and Cypress, Texas. Our vision is to provide compassionate, thorough and prompt healthcare to families with children who range in age from the neonatal period to nineteen years of age. Our physicians have privileges at many local hospitals, which include Tomball Regional Medical Center and Methodist Willowbrook Hospital. We look forward to providing your family with pediatric and adolescent healthcare.
Visit us at any of our three locations.
Cypress-14502 Cypress Mill Place Blvd, Cypress 77429
Spring-19059 Champion Forest Drive Ste 101, Spring 77379
Tomball- 455 School Street Ste 26, Tomball 77375
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All of our offices will be closed on Friday, March 30th, in observance to Good Friday and Easter! All offices will reopen on Monday, April 2nd. Our Tomball office will be open on Saturday, March 31st for emergency sick visits. Have a fun and safe holiday!
[01/17/18] All of our offices will be opening at 10:00am!
[01/16/18] All of our offices will be closed today due to the weather. We will try & reopen tomorrow morning at 10:00am. Please check back for updates. Everyone be safe!
We want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! Our offices will be closed for the afternoon on Friday December 29th and closed on Saturday 30th and Monday January 1st.
Great article! Everyone be safe and have fun tomorrow! Happy Halloween 🎃
Halloween is one of the most exciting nights of the year for kids. We want to make sure that everyone has a fun and safe Halloween. Here are a few safety tips to help our trick-or-treaters safe stay safe this Halloween.
-Always use sidewalks and cross at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks.
-Teach children to look left, right and left again before crossing.
-Watch for cars turning or backing up.
-Remember to watch out for kids crossing mid-block.
-Slow down and be especially alert.
-Keep phones down so you are not distracted.
-Have kids use glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers.
-Popular trick-or-treating hours are 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. so be especially alert for kids during those hours.
For additional safety tips, please visit
[10/24/17] In recognition of Red Ribbon Week, our staff will be dressing up everyday to support the fight against drugs!
[08/30/17] All of our offices will be open tomorrow 9am-5pm!
[08/29/17] All of our offices are closed tomorrow Wednesday, August 30th. We are unsure about Thursday. Please check back for more updates. If you have an urgent matter please contact our answering service 1-800-289-1069.
[08/28/17] All of our offices are closed tomorrow Tuesday, August 29th. Please check back for further updates regarding the rest of the week. Hope everyone is safe & dry!
[08/27/17] All offices will be closed tomorrow due to the weather. Stay safe everyone!
Our Saturday Clinic will be closed at our Tomball location for tomorrow due to upcoming weather conditions. Our office hours are tentative for Monday. Please call our office today if you are hesitant about your scheduled appointment. Our office phone number is 281-374-9700.
[08/25/17] Our Saturday Clinic will be closed at our Tomball location for tomorrow due to upcoming weather conditions. Our office hours are tentative for Monday. Please call our office today if you are hesitant about your scheduled appointment. Our office phone number is 281-374-9700.
[08/11/17] Our phones are back up and running! Have a great weekend!!
[08/11/17] Our phones are currently down. We are in the process of getting this issue resolved. Please leave a message with our answering service and we will return your call as quickly as we can. Ansering service phone number is 1-800-289-1069. I do apologize for the inconvience!
It’s National Breastfeeding Week! Breastfeeding is important for so many reasons, it protects against allergies, obesity and ear infections. Breastfed babies score higher on IQ tests. Breastfeeding helps moms lose the baby weight! Breastfeeding Moms also have a reduced risk of breast cancer and type 2 diabetes. Click on the link below to learn more about breastfeeding.
[07/17/17] Our phones are currently down due to an outage in the area, please leave a message with our answering service and we will return your call as quickly as we can! Answering service phone # is 1-800-289--1069. We do apologize for the inconvenience!
[05/03/17] Due to an area outage, we are unable to receive phone calls at this time. However, if you call our number 281-374-9700 it will direct you to our answering service. They will get in contact with one of our staff members and we will try to return your call in a timely manner. Urgent messages will be handled as a priority. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
We all want the best for our children. As parents, we know about the importance of car seats, healthy eating habits and other ways to keep them safe. But, did you know that one of the best ways to protect your children is to make sure they have all of their vaccinations. Click on the link below to see the reasons why you should vaccinate your child.
cdc.gov What are the reasons to vaccinate my baby?
It's National Infant Immunization Week! We are partnering up with the CDC to voice the importance of vaccinations. Have you heard about the recent out break of the mumps? Below is a passage from www.cdc.gov website:
"The Texas Department of State Health Services is investigating multiple outbreaks of mumps throughout the state
of Texas. The recent resurgence of the mumps virus has resulted in Texas experiencing the highest incidence of
mumps in 22 years. State, regional, and local health departments are currently investigating multiple outbreaks
throughout the state, including one that includes possible exposures on South Padre Island. Mumps cases
potentially linked to South Padre Island first came to light this week when another state health department
contacted DSHS about a patient with mumps who had traveled to the area for spring break. DSHS alerted other
states and, as of April 11, has been notified of 13 mumps cases in people who traveled to South Padre Island
between March 8 and March 22 from six states, including two cases from Texas."
To learn more about the Mumps vaccine, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/mumps/index.html
|Monday||08:00 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday||08:00 - 19:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||08:00 - 12:00|
Dr. Jasmine Sandesara is a chiropractor that specializes in pregnancy and pediatrics. She is certified by the ICPA. She also specializes in sports med.