An ADC doctor says a device that allows him to weld tissue together during a tonsillectomy helps his patients endure less pain and recover much more quickly after the procedure. Dr. Richard Bryarly, ADC Otolaryngology, has been using the tissue-welding device over the past two years.
Tinnitus is when you perceive sound that is not being made externally. There is no cure for tinnitus, but Janet Davila, an audiologist at ADC, says the condition can be managed. The key is teaching your brain to ignore the sound.
Doctors are now using high-definition tools to better detect pre-cancerous lesions and colon polyps after a recent upgrade of endoscopy equipment at ADC’s outpatient surgery center.
It is now possible to detect osteoporosis before a fracture and to build up bone mass even after it has been lost. Detection can be simple, quick and painless.
Whether it is a changing mole or an itchy scalp, dermatologists are available as healthcare specialists for all matters concerning skin, hair and nails. Yet, patients do not see the dermatologist as often as other family healthcare providers. Why should you see a dermatologist more often?
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