If your physician has referred you to MSA for a Thyroid problem, it is most likely for evaluation of thyroid nodules or perhaps overactive thyroid. MSA is very experienced with the evaluation and treatment of these problems, including any necessary surgery.
A hernia is a weakness or rupture in the abdominal wall which may have been present your entire life or appeared as a result of the normal “wear and tear” on your body. They are very common and occur in men, women and children of all ages. As hernias do not heal on their own, surgery is generally needed to prevent enlargement or other problems.
If you have experienced a gallbladder attack, your doctor may have referred you to MSA to consider laparoscopic surgery. Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive technique that generally results in less pain and a faster recovery.
While most Breast Lumps are due to harmless (benign) changes in the breast, it is always the safest course to have them checked out. If you have found a lump or a mammogram has detected one, your physician has probably suggested some tests.
Endoscopy is a fairly routine, non-surgical procedure that allows a doctor to see inside your upper gastrointestinal tract. Your primary physician may have recommended this procedure if you have been experiencing digestive problems in order to help diagnose and determine the best treatment for your problem.
Artery problems can disrupt your blood-flow and cause serious problems including heart disease, peripheral artery disease (PAD), carotid artery blockages and abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). Most artery problems can be treated.