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Mia Armstrong, MD, FAAP

Dr. Armstrong is a Board-Certified Pediatrician and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

According to her mother, she dreamed of becoming a Pediatrician since the age of three years old!  She accomplished her goal by receiving her Medical Degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA.  She completed her Pediatrics training in Jackson, MS at the University of Mississippi. Dr. Armstrong loves caring for children and teaching families how to be healthy! Though she enjoys working with children of all ages, she has a special interest in teaching new parents to care for their newborns and offering breastfeeding support as a Certified Lactation Counselor. Her other medical interests include asthma education, routine well care, and immunizations. She also enjoys traveling and exploring new cuisines and adventures. Dr. Armstrong loves to talk, never meets a stranger, and is excited to share her insight with parents everywhere through her blogs!

Special Teams

Dr. Armstrong is interested in:

  • Tips from the Mommy MD Guides syndicated newspaper column contributor
  • Media interviews
  • Speaking engagements
  • SpokesDoctor opportunities
An Interview with Dr. Armstrong

How do you eat right and stay well? I enjoy cooking so I meal-prep in batches to create delicious, healthy meals and save time/money.

How do you make time to exercise? To make time for exercise, I strive for routine and wake up early to start the day with some sort of movement.

How do you take care of yourself? I truly believe self-care is not selfish, so I prioritize time during the week to do things I enjoy such as yoga, reading, getting massages, or listening to inspirational podcasts.

The information on MommyMDGuides.com is not intended to replace the diagnosis, treatment, and services of a physician. Always consult your physician or child care expert if you have any questions concerning your family's health. For severe or life-threatening conditions, seek immediate medical attention.