The Inspire treatment is an FDA approved treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Learn more about obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and how this new treatment can provide comfortable relief of OSA symptoms.
Our Structural Heart Team offers the following minimally invasive procedures that can be just as effective as open heart surgery, without the higher risk.
Regenerative medicine is the practice of harnessing your body’s ability to heal itself by stimulating repair and thus regenerating cells or tissues to restore normal function. Dr. Lena Shahbandar explores some of these treatments options.
Advanced cardiac imaging is the foundation for discovering accurate and early diagnosis. Through precise imaging, cardiologists are able to identify your heart condition and create an effective treatment plan for your diagnosis. The following imaging techniques have become some of the most effective methods for identifying heart disease.
Dual Energy X‑ray Absorptiometry (DEXA), also known as Bone Density testing, is used to diagnose osteoporosis and/or osteopenia. This scan utilizes very low dose radiation to examine the density of the bone tissue to determine the effects of osteoporosis and assess the risk for potential fractures.
The nose is a primary focal point of the face, and it plays a major role in defining balance and proportion.
The formation of varicose veins is one of the more common vein issues. Our Vascular Surgery department discusses several treatment options available for varicose veins depending on the size, severity and location of the vein.
Duly Aesthetics offers miraDry® a breakthrough, noninvasive procedure for treatment of hyperhidrosis, or excessive underarm perspiration. The miraDry® procedure uses clinically proven technology to non-invasively eliminate sweat glands in the underarm.
Nothing is more precious than the gift of health. Our physicians and staff recommend their health-focused favorites that can be gifted to your friends, family and colleagues this holiday season.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women in the United States today. As with many other forms of cancer, preventive screening is the most effective tool for early detection and mortality reduction. The American College of Radiology and the Society of Breast Imaging recommend women begin annual mammographic screenings at age 40.