At Aasha Pediatrics, we offer many services, including:

  • Well-child visits
  • Immunizations
  • Same-day sick visits (by appointment)
  • Sports physicals
  • TB clearance
  • Circumcision
  • Ear Piercing
  • Laceration repair / suturing
  • Travel consults and immunizations
  • Prenatal / newborn consults  (complimentary, by appointment)

Ear Piercing and Circumcision

Ear piercing is done by Dr. Sathappan for a fee of $120. We provide sterile earring with gold balls or birth stones. The earrings are made of 24 karat gold on the outside and 18 karat gold inside. The earlobes are numbed, though not completely, by an anesthetic cream. Your child must be at least two months old and should have received the two month vaccinations prior to ear piercing. Children tolerate this procedure very well. Please call our office if you have any questions or to schedule an appointment.

Circumcision is also done by the Doctor for a fee of $300. Please call our office if you would like more information or to schedule an appointment.

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Vietnamese


Please call our office during regular office hours to schedule an appointment. If you call outside of office hours, please leave a voicemail message and someone will be in contact with you within a short time.

For your first appointment with Dr. Sathappan, we ask that you please arrive 15 minutes early to the clinic to complete the necessary paperwork. Patient Forms are also available for download and can be filled out prior to your appointment.

If you have an urgent issue, we will make every effort to make sure you are seen as soon as possible. If you are unable to keep an appointment, please call the office at least 24 hours in advance to cancel. Likewise, we will make every effort to notify you in the event that we are delayed for any reason!

After Office Hours

Please refer to “Emergencies” for more information.

Prescription Refills

Please make refill requests during regular office hours. The last authorized refill serves as a reminder for the appropriate time for follow-up.