A balance tool that provides physicians with information about changes in stability following a concussion.
A nonsurgical procedure that is used to "open up" or dilate an obstructed artery that leads to the heart.
This minimally invasive surgical technique is used to clear blocked sinus passageways.
Our interventional cardiologists have specialized expertise in using the minimally invasive balloon valvuloplasty procedure to open a narrowed valve by inserting a balloon via a catheter.
Our Gastroenterology & Hepatology specialists offer Endoscopic Treatments as a part of our Comprehensive Weight Management Center.
Since 2008, more than 1,200 patients have undergone one of our minimally invasive procedures to treat morbid obesity.
Used to obtain detailed X-ray images of your colon to detect abnormalities that might explain abdominal pain or other symptoms indicative of digestive disease or cancer.
Used to obtain detailed X-ray images of your upper digestive tract, which includes the esophagus, the throat and the back of your mouth.
The Barrx™ Procedure destroys the abnormal tissue that characterizes Barrett’s esophagus with carefully targeted radio-frequency energy.
To determine whether or not your sleep is affected by depression, this test measures the intensity and depth of your depression symptoms.
This test contains questions that focus on snoring, daytime sleepiness and your history of high blood pressure to determine whether you're likely to have sleep apnea.
Used to treat more than just sleep apnea; it's also useful if you have various lung disorders.
A type of jaw surgery in which the lower jaw (mandible) is split bilaterally (moved forward or backward) to straighten it to a more balanced and functional position.
Our surgeons are experienced in removing bile duct tumors, which is a delicate surgery that may involve removal of portions of the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and small intestine.
During biofeedback therapy, you're connected to sensors that measure relaxation to produce reduced muscle tension and normalized blood flow.
A biopsy is a procedure performed to remove tissue or cells from the body for examination under a microscope.
A much safer alternative to traditional surgery for treating localized liver cancer or another liver disease.
Typically done using X-rays, dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA or DXA) or by quantitative CT scanning using special software to determine bone density of the hip or spine.
If you have been diagnosed with leukemia, aplastic anemia, lymphoma or another type of cancer, you may be a candidate for this transplant.
Botox injection is an approved treatment for spasmodic dysphonia and is also used to remove lines and improve wrinkles on your face.
Has been shown to be highly effective in treating many types of cancer, and is particularly effective for small, localized tumors.
To evaluate reflux symptoms, this probe test can be performed to record the pH or acid content within your esophagus for 48 hours.
Minimally invasive ultrasound-guided freezing therapy of breast fibroadenomas in office as an alternative to open surgery. The procedure uses extreme cold to completely and safely destroy tissue under local anesthesia, with no significant discomfort or scarring. Recovery is immediate.
Breast reconstruction surgery procedures after breast cancer treatment offered by the Jefferson plastic surgeons performing thousands of procedures including advanced breast reconstructive surgery.
The doctors at Philadelphia’s Honickman Breast Imaging Center perform thousands of breast ultrasound each year and have the latest technologies including 3D imaging because early detection increases breast cancer survival rates.
Delivers radiofrequency energy (or heat) to the airway walls in the lungs to reduce excess airway smooth muscle and limit the muscle's ability to constrict the airways - and help you breathe better.
A radiograph X-ray of the lower respiratory tract performed by our experienced radiologists.