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  • Scar revision is a cosmetic or medical treatment to reduce the appearance of or pain associated with a scar. There is a variety of scar revision techniques, ranging from topical skin therapies to scar revision surgery.

  • Adults with rectal prolapse need surgery to put rectal tissue that slips into their anus back where it belongs. Rectal prolapse surgery (rectopexy) may take place through your abdomen or perineum (a perineal rectosigmoidectomy). Without surgery, rectal prolapse can worsen fecal incontinence and lead to more serious issues.

  • Cystectomy is bladder removal surgery. With robotic instruments, a cystectomy can be performed less invasively than traditional surgery, with smaller cuts and shorter hospital and recovery time.

  • Shoulder arthroscopy is a type of surgery used to diagnose and treat shoulder problems. Your healthcare provider repairs your shoulder through tiny incisions. Shoulder arthroscopy is an outpatient procedure, meaning you can go home the same day. Though full recovery can take weeks or months, exercise and physical therapy can help with healing.

  • When you have back pain that won’t go away, you might find relief with spinal decompression. This group of treatments includes alternative therapies and surgery. Your healthcare provider will help you find the right option for you.

  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) uses low-voltage electrical currents to relieve pain. A TENS unit is a small device that delivers the current at or near your nerves to block or change your perception of pain. Healthcare providers use TENS to treat a range of conditions, including osteoarthritis, tendinitis and fibromyalgia.

  • Tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) are a kind of targeted therapy. They work by blocking tyrosine kinase enzymes. TKI enzymes help manage how cells work, including cell signaling and growth and how often cells divide. Some tyrosine kinase inhibitors are used to treat cancer. TKIs work by blocking enzymes and keeping cancer cells from growing.

  • Ureteroscopy is a procedure performed to examine or treat problems in the urinary tract. There are two ureteroscopy methods to treat a stone in the ureter. The treatment option depends on the location, size, and composition of the stone in the ureter.

  • Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) uses high-energy sound waves to create images of organs and tissues. Providers use TRUS to diagnose and treat prostate conditions. TRUS can also help diagnose cysts, infertility and tumors. Providers often combine needle biopsy with TRUS. This procedure usually takes 15 to 30 minutes and you can go home the same day.

  • Wrinkles are a normal part of your body’s aging process. If you don’t like how wrinkles look on your skin, treatment options are available to help you improve your appearance. Most treatment options are outpatient procedures that don’t require a hospital stay and provide high rates of satisfaction.

  • Triple bypass surgery is a treatment for people who have multiple blockages in their coronary arteries, which supply blood to their heart muscle. Using a blood vessel from another part of your body, a surgeon creates a bypass route for blood to go around blocked artery sections. This allows blood to keep flowing to your heart muscle.

  • During an upper endoscopy, a digestive tract specialist (gastroenterologist) uses a scope to view the inside of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum (upper part of the small intestine). Doctors use the procedure to diagnose and treat acid reflux, stomach ulcers, celiac disease, gastrointestinal disorders and other digestive tract problems.

  • Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) uses an implantable device to stimulate the vagus nerve in your neck. The electric impulse travels to your brain, where it’s dispersed to different areas to change the way brain cells work. VNS is sometimes called a “pacemaker for the brain.” VNS is approved to treat difficult-to-control epilepsy, depression and as a rehab aid for stroke.

  • People with pancreatic cancer may get their tumor removed with a surgery called the Whipple procedure. This inpatient, usually open surgery, often requires a week-long hospital stay and another four to six week recovery time. The procedure increases the survival rate for people with pancreatic cancer.

  • Yoga therapy is a mind-body practice that focuses on your physical, emotional and mental health. The practice uses movement, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation and breathing exercises to help you relax, relieve stress and manage underlying conditions or symptoms in addition to treatment by a healthcare provider.

  • Adults with rectal prolapse need surgery to put rectal tissue that slips into their anus back where it belongs. Rectal prolapse surgery (rectopexy) may take place through your abdomen or perineum (a perineal rectosigmoidectomy). Without surgery, rectal prolapse can worsen fecal incontinence and lead to more serious issues.

  • Robotic-assisted surgery enables you to receive sophisticated treatments with less downtime. It uses specialized technology to deliver precise care, even in hard-to-reach areas. Robotic surgery treats conditions affecting your heart, digestive system, bladder, prostate and more.

  • Sedatives are a broad class of prescription medications that slow your brain’s activity. Common types include benzodiazepines and barbiturates. Sedatives have several uses, ranging from treating anxiety and insomnia to anesthesia purposes. These medications have addiction potential, so they must be taken with caution.

  • Speech therapy helps children and adults improve their communication and language skills. No matter what’s affecting your ability to speak or communicate effectively, speech therapy can improve your quality of life. Talk to a healthcare provider about a speech therapy evaluation if you or your child has trouble talking, hearing or using language.

  • Steroid injections are a type of treatment that delivers a high dose of medication directly to a problem spot in the body. Corticosteroids can help reduce inflammation. Injections can be helpful in treating conditions like tendinitis or bursitis.

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