Dr. Peter S Karofsky MD
Adolescent Specialist | Adolescent Medicine2711 Allen Blvd Middleton Teen Clini Middleton WI, 53562
Dr. Peter Karofsky is an adolescent specialist practicing in Middleton, WI. Dr. Karofsky works with patients who are in the adolescent age, or generally between the ages of 11 and 19 years old. As an adolescent-specialist, Dr. Karofsky treats many common health issues that pre-teens and teenagers face, from mental, to behavioral, to physical conditions. Some of these issues may include growth and hormone problems, sports injuries, eating disorders, substance abuse and more. Adolescent specialists perform medical exams, histories and diagnostic tests, and develop individualized treatment plans for each patient.
Education and Training
Tufts Univ Sch of Med, Boston Ma 1966
Tufts University School of Medicine 1966
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
- Relationship between adolescent-parental communication and initiation of first intercourse by adolescents.
- How to create and maintain an article file.
- The effect of the initial family interview on a pediatric practice.
- Identifying source of urine on rugs.
- Is It Safe to Drink Water From Tennis Ball Containers?
- Death of a High School Hockey Player.
- Hyperventilation Syndrome in Adolescent Athletes.
- Review of the clinical manifestations, laboratory findings, and complications of infectious mononucleosis.
- The initial family interview: clinical practice suggestion.
- Infantile colic.
- The electric blanket syndrome. A metaphor for family dysfunction.
- Minocycline-induced rash in an 18-year-old patient.
- Clarian Indiana Univ Hosp, Pediatrics; Univ Of Wi Hosp & Cli, Pediatrics
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