Offspring

Child Health Specialists

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Welcome to Offspring

Our practice brings together a wide-range of paediatric medical, surgical and allied health professionals to ensure that we provide the most comprehensive level of care for kids.
With our team approach we believe in the importance of working closely with children and young people, their families, schools and other professionals to provide consistent and effective strategies to achieve improved health and wellbeing.

Our Philosophy

Family-centred Approach
At Offspring, we believe family is central to your child's health and development. We will strive to build and maintain trusting and respectful relationships with both children and families, while supporting families to gain the skills and confidence they need to enable their child to achieve their potential and independence.
Individualised Care
We recognise each child has a unique nature with individual needs that can change with age. With a focus on the holistic development of each child, our specialists are committed to educate, inspire and empower children to embrace healthy lifestyle choices that reflect into their adulthood.
Excellence in Care
All of our health professionals are committed to delivering excellence in paediatric care and endeavour to share and spread new knowledge and practice, so we are always at the forefront of our profession.

What we do:

Our Team

Offshoot

Offshoot Newsletter May

IgE mediated food allergy is increasing in Australia. 1 in 10 children at 12 months of age in Australia has a clinical proven food allergy, with egg, cow milk and peanut being among the three most common IgE mediated food allergies. Often young children with food allergy have eczema, and the combination of food allergies…

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Milk Ladder

For Children with Mild to Moderate Non-IgE Cow`s Milk Allergy Under the Supervision of a Healthcare Professional

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Advances in Genomic Testing – Dr Sarah Donoghue

Next-generation genomic sequencing is improving the diagnostic yield for patients with suspected genetic disease. A molecular diagnosis for a patient with genetic disease can provide information regarding a patient’s prognosis, management and reproductive risk, and identify molecular targets for treatment. However, genomic testing frequently identifies variants of uncertain significance. This is illustrated by two case examples.

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