Positron emission tomography (PET) is an imaging study that is most commonly performed for the oncology patient for the diagnosis, staging and restaging of tumors, and for monitoring therapy.
PRP injections allow our medical professionals to take concentrated platelets from a person's body and inject them into parts of the body that have been injured or damaged to promote healing.
If your heart is beating too slowly or if you have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure, you may need to have a pacemaker implanted.
If you have Type 1 diabetes and are experiencing major complications from this disease, you may be a candidate for a pancreas transplant.
This procedure is done in your physician's office and can detect the presence of infection, inflammation, abnormal cells or cancer.
During a parathyroidectomy, head and neck surgeons remove one or more of the four natural parathyroid glands located behind the thyroid gland to treat an overactive parathyroid gland or cancer.
When cancerous tumors develop in the parotid gland, head and neck surgeons perform a parotidectomy to remove that part of the gland.
Your head and neck surgeon may suggest removing a portion of the uvula known as a partial uvulectomy to treat sleep apnea or snoring.
Our physicians use a variety of procedures to determine the severity of asthma including peak flow measurement, which involves using a peak flow meter.
Utilizing imaging technology such as CT, MRI or ultrasound, physicians insert "ablation" needles through your skin into the tumor.
PCNL is a surgical procedure whereby a small incision is made so that a scope can be inserted directly into the kidney.
This treatment is FDA approved for palliation of esophageal cancer and for other esophageal cancers which fail to respond to standard treatment.
Photorejuvenation treatments can be done on the full face, neck, arm, hand or chest using pulses of visible light that improve redness and flushing, as well as the visible signs of sun damage and aging.
The goal of physical therapy is to help you increase your mobility, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability, allowing you to move independently through your environment.
The Pillar procedure is a relatively noninvasive procedure in which several tiny polyester implants are placed into the floppy portion of the roof of the mouth to treat sleep apnea.
This device is ideal for treating very large intracranial aneurysms, because it seals off the aneurysms from the arterial blood flow, reducing their outward push on the vessel walls while preventing a life-threatening rupture.
Drain fluid from your abdomen or chest at home and on your own schedule — so you can manage fluid buildup before it becomes too uncomfortable.
You may be a candidate for portal hypertension surgery where surgeons use a "shunt" to help relieve the pressure within the blood vessels.
This therapy involves positioning your body so that your airway is more likely to remain open while sleeping.
By assessing lung volumes, capacities, rates of flow and gas exchange, PFTs provide information that, when evaluated by your physician, can help diagnosis certain lung disorders.