If your physician determines that you have hearing loss and it cannot be treated by medical or surgical intervention, hearing aids may be an option for you.
A hearing evaluation can be performed to determine if you have hearing loss and whether or not you need a hearing aid.
If you have achalasia, a heller myotomy is a minimally invasive surgical technique performed by our surgeons that may provide long-term relief.
If you have metastatic colon cancer (cancer that has spread to other areas), you may benefit from a hepatic arterial pump.
Medicines made from plant extracts offer a different and frequently very helpful way to treat pain and illness.
Surgery to replace the hip may be required if you have a serious hip fracture, arthritis or your joint has degenerated due to repetitive wear and tear.
Hip resurfacing surgery is a procedure that can offer you a tremendous advantage to hip replacement: it can restore full hip functioning while preserving as much of the bone area as possible.
Holmium Laser Enucleation or HoLEP is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat men with benign prostatic hyperplasia – a condition that causes the prostate to be enlarged.
Our heart specialists use a Holter monitor to gain more information about the electrical activity of the heart than is possible during a short electrocardiogram to detect arrhythmias.
Homeopathic medicine is intended to stimulate the body's own healing abilities and utilizes a wide range of mostly naturally occurring substances such as plants and minerals.
The Jefferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine is the Philadelphia region's leader in "bio-identical" hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for both women and men.
If you have chronic diabetes or a wound that will not heal, you may benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy, also called HBOT.
For cancer patients, hyperthermia is a form of thermal therapy that utilizes moderate temperature elevation to enhance the effects of radiation and chemotherapy.