1. Fun Games for Kids, Part 2

    There is nothing stronger than the bond between a parent and child. When the child suffers, you suffer. If your child is suffering from an illness or injury that can be corrected with surgery, an Anchorage pediatric surgeon from Alaska Pediatric Surgery can help. But let's not dw…Read More

  2. Best Children’s Books

    Here at Alaska Pediatric Surgery, we know how frustrating dealing with your child's medical maladies can be. That's why we have our Anchorage pediatric clinic available for whenever your little one gets sick. But for every stressful moment full of coughs and fevers, there's a won…Read More

  3. Charities For Children

    Here at Alaska Pediatric Surgery, our goal is to keep children happy and healthy. That's exactly what our job is here at our Anchorage pediatric surgical clinic. But it is a big world out there, and there are still plenty of children that need help. If you are interested, donatin…Read More

  4. Tips For Teaching Your Child Healthy Habits

    Good health habits don't happen in the doctor's office, they happen at home. As a parent, it can be tough to juggle all of life's responsibilities and make sure your child learns everything they need to know. It's not like there is a rule book, and experts are often in disagreeme…Read More

  5. Common Childhood Illnesses And Their Symptoms

    As every parent finds out eventually, your child getting sick is just a part of growing up. While it may be human nature to freak out at every new injury or symptom, unnecessary visits to the doctor can really add up. Knowing the most common illnesses and their symptoms can help …Read More

  6. When Should You Call A Pediatrician?

    There's no one more cherished in the world than your little one; that's why it can be so stressful when the inevitable sickness hits, and you need to decide whether to go to the pediatrician or not. While you always want to err on the side of caution, there's also no reason to wa…Read More

  7. What Is Pectus Excavatum?

    Pectus Excavatum and our Pediatric Surgeons If you’re not familiar with the term pectus excavatum, it’s a chest-wall development disease that affects children at birth. While doctors are still not completely sure as to why it happens, it is believed that pectus excavatum happ…Read More

  8. What’s The Difference? Inguinal vs. Umbilical Hernias

    Pediatric Surgery and Hernias As many of us are aware, a hernia is when there is a tear in the abdominal wall, creating a space for fat tissue to push through, causing a lump beneath the skin. For many children, this is an issue that they have had since birth, but it often goes u…Read More

  9. Is Your Child Having an Epigastric Hernia Surgery?

    Your child has been suffering from an epigastric hernia and your pediatrician says that surgery is needed. It might be hard to process this information at first, but it’s important to make sure that you’re able to come to terms with the situation so that you can be strong for…Read More