Sarah Livelo, MD

Sarah is a board-certified physician, with further training in pediatrics. She chose this specialty because of her love for interacting with and taking care of children, even when they scream or cry during doctor visits.


While she regularly sees patients, she also enjoys playing with her two dogs, singing along to BTS songs, and taking long walks to recharge her introverted self.

Sarah Livelo, MD
Child psychotherapist working with little girl and her mother in office.

Autism, Special Needs

Global Developmental Delay vs Autism: What’s the Difference?

Children with global developmental delay reach developmental milestones later, while those with autism spectrum disorder often exhibit behavior and social challenges.

Mother breastfeeding newborn baby in white bed.


Do You Need To Make Your Breast Milk Fattier?

Breast milk fats are essential for your baby’s growth and development. Find out how much fat is in breast milk so your child will always get the right amount of...