We are experts in diagnosing and prescribing an effective and least invasive treatment available to you. Our specialized treatment plans relieve the symptoms as well as the illness. We run several tests to determine your diagnosis. Educating our patients throughout the treatment.
Hyperthyroidism is an overproduction of thyroid hormones and can be caused by Grave’s Disease, growths on the thyroid (either nodules or a goiter), inflammation of the thyroid and, in rare cases, pituitary gland malfunction or cancer. Symptoms include a feeling of speeding up or nervousness, shaky hands, fast heartbeat, sweatiness, red or itchy skin, frequent bowel movements, weight loss, and weakness or tiredness. For mild to moderate symptoms, the treatment is usually antithyroid medicine. In more severe cases, radioactive iodine may be swallowed by the patient to destroy the harmful part of the thyroid.
Hoarseness is a very common complaint that affects nearly one-third of the population at some point in their life. Hoarseness is responsible for frequent healthcare visits and several billion dollars in lost productivity annually from work absenteeism.
Tonsillitis and Adenoiditis
Tonsils are lymphatic tissue on both sides of the throat and the adenoids are lymphatic tissue in the very back of the nose. They trap bacteria and viruses that enter the body through the mouth, nose, or throat. By doing so, signals are sent throughout our bodies to produce antibodies that destroy germs and fight infection. However, the tonsils and adenoids can also get infected themselves, leading to a variety of bothersome symptoms.
The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the lower anterior neck. It produces thyroid hormones that help the body use energy, stay warm, and keep the brain, heart, muscles, and other organs working normally. A thyroid nodule is a growth of cells that forms a lump in the thyroid. Overall, thyroid nodules are relatively common, affecting 5-20% of the population. Our surgeons can perform same-day thyroid surgeries with smaller incisions, minimal pain, and no drains.
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