Dr. Lerner teaches parents who want to know everything.
Because you can't learn everything at a 15-minute doctor's appointment. 

Parents worry.
How did my child develop this condition?
Will it ever go away?
Is it safe
to try a natural supplement?
What are the side effects of conventional treatments?
Why does my doctor tell me not to worry when I can see there's something wrong?

Parents have questions about their child.
Will growth hormone treatment make my short child taller? 
Is my child's early puberty caused by drinking cow's milk?
Is my child gaining weight because their thyroid levels are off?
Is my teenager's moodiness caused by her hormones?
Does having Hashimoto's mean that my child will never feel normal again?


If you are worried, or just want to know everything, and you want to discuss
what you've observed, researched, or heard from a friend or family member,
with a board-certified pediatric endocrinologist, pediatrician, and parent
who has decades of experience with supplements and has reviewed alternative therapies,
Dr. Lerner would love to spend time with you, answering your questions.

In fact, she has already researched it and discussed it with other concerned parents like you.

If your child has a diagnosis related to short stature, early or late puberty, a thyroid or adrenal concern, PCOS or irregular periods, insulin resistance/weight gain, or pituitary injury, learn more through a DIAGNOSIS link above.
Learn the basics of your child's condition, how it is diagnosed, and what treatments are available.
Learn what you need to know, so that you can be a partner with your child's doctors in your child's care.


If there's no one in your area who has the ability to answer all your questions,
Dr. Shulamit Lerner can discuss your concerns and explain all that you want to know. 


Dr. Lerner helps parents turn worry into knowledge, education into confidence.
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Dr. Lerner Answers Questions from Parents like You

Dr. Lerner Answers Questions from Parents like You

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Dr. Shulamit Lerner has helped thousands of children and families as a
board certified pediatrician and pediatric endocrinologist.


Now she brings her decades of expertise to parents worldwide who seek an interactive, personalized, and comprehensive conversation about their child's endocrine diagnosis.

Dr. Lerner wants to provide support for you, your doctors, and other specialists by discussing your child's diagnosis and your concerns with you. She is happy to discuss with parents what doctors don't have time to review during a visit - especially questions about alternative treatments, and to explore what you've researched on your own.

Using current medical guidelines and her decades of experience, Dr. Lerner will teach you clearly and comprehensively, answering your worries and questions, empowering you to make decisions to optimize
your child's health, avoid costly and unnecessary treatment, and relieve your anxiety.


When you need more time than your doctor can provide, Dr. Lerner wants to help you. 
 

“Dr. Lerner is a very special person and a superb physician. Her care and thoroughness is a rare find these days and her ability to dig deep to find answers is unbelievable.

She explained every aspect of our concerns in incredible detail and with such a caring manner. Dr. Lerner is simply a brilliant and kind person who deeply cares for her patients."

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HOW DR. LERNER CAN HELP

Start seeking answers with your child's own health care provider and, if available, a pediatric endocrinologist.  

Read about a diagnosis, including answers to many of the questions parents have, through the DIAGNOSIS links above.

An appointment with me is only helpful if you need more time, and more conversation about the concerns and questions you have about a child's diagnosis. 

I teach parents like you what you want to know so your child can receive optimal care.

At your appointment, we will review together your child's blood tests, previous reports and evaluations. These documents will help inform my discussion with you, to direct my teaching toward your child's precise diagnosis.  Important documents include growth charts in growing children, laboratory results, consultation reports, imaging reports, and - if  possible - images of bone age x-rays.

I will spend two hours with you focused on your child's diagnosis. That time is guided by your questions and concerns, and can include teaching to provide background, as well as a comprehensive conversation prompted by your questions about your child's condition and its treatment.  

You and your local medical team should rest assured that information will be correct, clear, and comprehensive.