Dr. Otegbeye’s Blog
In collaboration with Malkia Morton
Dr. Ayodeji Otegbeye, better known as “Dr. O” is the President and Founder of Central Florida Pediatrics Intensive Care Specialists and Night Lite Pediatrics Urgent Care in the greater Orlando, Melbourne, Jacksonville and Port St Lucie, Florida, USA which developed a novel approach to care of children and adolescents. He is the Medical Director of Children’s Medical Services in the Central Florida Region (Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Brevard Counties) where he oversees the care of children with special health care needs and the Medical Director of Leesburg Regional Hospital Pediatric Hospitalist Program.
6 Tips Every Parent Should Know About Sun And Heat Related Illnesses It's that time of year where your kids are trading in their flip flops, and summer adventures for slacks and after school activities. While the long hours in the sun during the summer season may have...read more
RSV vs Flu: 7 Things Every Parent Should Know The flu season may be slowing down in some areas, but here at Night Lite Pediatrics we’ve seen an increase in flu cases in the last few weeks. While RSV can have very similar symptoms as the flu, there are some significant...read more
6 Things Every Parent Should Know About Vitamin Supplements & Minerals I am sure as a parent you’ve all come across an article or two that addressed why vitamins supplements are not a must for kids or why you can probably skip it in your daily regimen. While many of...read more
Ankle injuries are among the most common injuries presenting to primary care offices, urgent care centers, and ERs. These events tend to occur when your physician’s office is closed and can be quite common for kids that are athletic and active. During the summer...read more
It’s Friday evening, and you’re on your way to pick up your 15-year-old daughter from soccer practice. She immediately begins updating you on her day. Ten minutes into the conversation, she mentions her ears are ringing; however, it only lasts a couple of seconds, so...read more