Sclerotherapy is a simple office-based treatment to eliminate varicose or spider veins, in which an irritant drug is injected into the veins with a very tiny needle.
If you are experiencing sleep apnea, snoring problems, chronic sinusitis or frequent nosebleeds, you may consider surgery known as septoplasty to correct a deviated septum.
Sialendoscopy allows our physicians to get into the incredibly small ducts while avoiding open surgery for treating sialolithiasis, a condition in which painful stones form within a salivary gland.
Specialized singing voice experts can assess the singing voice and customize a vocal regimen that assists in the re-training of both the singing and speaking voice.
Our highly skilled endoscopists perform single and double balloon enteroscopy (also known as endoscopy) for diagnosis of celiac disease and other digestive disorders.
Our surgeons offer a minimally invasive robotic procedure for gallbladder removal called single-site robotic cholecystectomy.
A sleep log or sleep diary is a record of your sleep and wake times, usually over a period of several weeks or months, that you or your caregiver keeps.
At our state-of-the-art facility, a polysomnogram, also referred to as a sleep study, is one of the many diagnostic tools that are used to determine the causes of sleep disorders. A home sleep study may be possible for some patients as well.
A type of cosmetic surgery that is used to improve the appearance of your chin due to a deformity, trauma or disease is known as sliding genioplasty.
For patients who have experienced a spinal cord injury or who have multiple sclerosis, spinal cord stimulation can be performed.
Diagnosing and treating conditions within the small intestine has traditionally involved invasive and time-consuming procedures, but one of the newest diagnostic techniques is spiral enteroscopy.
If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, spinal tumor, arteriovenous malformation (AVM) or other neurological condition, you can take comfort in knowing that we can provide stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy treatment options.
This sophisticated technology allows for early detection of small masses, vocal scarring and other abnormalities, as well as determining how vocal cord lesions affect the voice and vocal dynamics.
We can improve your swallowing by strengthening specific muscles in your body - such as the lips, tongue, back of throat, voice box and even breathing and coughing - so that your swallowing can be as strong and safe as possible.