Category: Injuries

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - dog bites

Cat And Dog Bites – Uh Oh – What To Do Now?

Dog Bites? Cat Bites? Here’s what to do .. We have two dogs at home and spent a great deal of time training them to never, ever bite....

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - splinter

Splinter Removal Made Easy

Splinter Removal 101   Running around barefoot on a deck sounds super fun right? Well, yes, until your two year old starts screaming...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - sprained ankle symptoms

Sprained Ankle Symptoms and How To Heal A Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle Symptoms and How To Heal A Sprained Ankle   It looks like Spring has finally decided to stay! The season of playing in...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - first aid kit contents

How Do We Close A Wound And Improve Wound Healing?

How Do We Close A Wound And Improve Wound Healing? In the Emergency Department everyday we close wounds. Cuts and scrapes and puncture...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids -Treat a Burn

How To Treat A Burn – Do’s & Dont’s

How To Treat A Burn With Your Child   Do’s and Don’ts of Burn Management Unfortunately I see burns from hot liquids and flames too...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - What is concussion

What Is Concussion And How To Treat A Concussion

What Is Concussion And How To Treat A Concussion Ski and snowboard season is upon us, and with it we are starting to see plenty of head...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - what causes nosebleeds

Your Questions Answered – What Causes Nosebleeds?

Your Questions Answered – What Causes Nosebleeds?   This is another common question that I’m asked about by parents of all ages...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - sprained ankle

The Dreaded Sprained Ankle – How to Cope

The Dreaded Sprained Ankle  – How to Cope   Sprained ankles are very common in children, and can occur in athletic and non-athletic...

Doctor Dina Health Advice for Kids - Lacerations

Lacerations, Cuts and scrapes – welcome to summer!

  Lacerations, Cuts and scrapes – welcome to summer!   I’m not sure about your kids, but as soon as the snow starts to melt...