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To increase the availability of kidneys from living donors for kidney transplantation, Northwell Health offers ABO incompatible kidney transplant surgery...


We believe that athletes should have access to coordinated care to ensure their safety and well-being during practice and competition. Through our certified athletic trainer services, we provide schools and teams with highly qualified athletic trainers who have access to the resources of Northwell Health—the region’s largest health system.


At the first sign of a headache, the first thing you want to do is get rid of the pain. Abortive therapy can help stop a headache at its earliest signs.


We offer a wide range of services, evidence-based treatments and research to ensure patients receive comprehensive cardiac care.


Our cardiac surgery team is a multidisciplinary network of cardiac experts that focuses on driving superior results through evidence-based treatments, quality improvement, ongoing research and personalized care.


The Katz Institute for Women's Health provides a connection to vast resources for preventive care, screenings and treatment for a wide range of conditions in women. It's about getting women the specific care they need at every stage of life.


Lenox Health Greenwich Village (LHGV) is a state-of-the-art medical complex located in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. Lenox Health Greenwich Village, part of Northwell Health, represents a new model of community-based care that seamlessly integrates health and wellness services with access to 24-hour emergency care and a full range of medical specialists.


Serving Long Island and Queens, our Department of Otolaryngology offers world-class care for conditions of the ear, nose and throat. Learn more about our areas of expertise, as well as our community events, educational opportunities, clinical trials and clinical affiliations–-all designed to take care of your unique needs.


Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital offers specialized care for coronary disease, valve disease, irregular heart rhythms and advanced heart failure.


We offer cutting-edge screening and treatment for complex conditions of the lungs and chest. We are continually implementing new measures to improve the care currently provided to patients and develop new prevention efforts to reduce the risk of diseases. We have expanded our thoracic surgery services to community hospitals so patients can stay close to home for care.


Our team of expertly trained vascular surgeons is committed to crafting customized treatment plans around a wide range of vascular conditions. We perform more than 6,000 successful vascular procedures every year.


Learn about absence seizure treatments at the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, part of the Northwell Health Neuroscience Institute.


Learn about Achilles tendon repair and surgery and the orthopaedic specialists who perform these procedures at Nortthwell Health.


Learn more about causes and symptoms of acne. Experts from Northwell's Department of Dermatology are specially trained to treat all types of this common skin condition.


Learn more about actinic keratosis and how the dermatologists at Northwell Health treat this condition.


Acute pain management service at Northwell Health is an inpatient consult service that assists patients with postoperative, post-traumatic and other types of acute pain that require specialized interventions, such as epidural analgesia, intravenous patient controlled analgesia (IVPCA) and continuous peripheral nerve blocks...


The Northwell Health Adolescent Behavioral Health Inpatient Unit at Zucker Hillside Hospital provides comprehensive psychiatric treatment for adolescents aged 12 to 17.


The Adult Congenital Heart Program at Cohen Children’s Heart Center is one of fewer than 100 programs in the United States dedicated to caring for adults with congenital heart diseases, in consultation with their pediatric cardiologist.


The Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Department provides comprehensive treatment to assist patients in their recovery from a wide range of psychiatric diagnoses and emotional conditions.


Our Division of Adult Reconstructive Surgery has a rich history of excellence and has achieved international renown. Our experts offer the most advanced techniques and technologies to optimize patient outcomes after surgery.


Our Pediatric and Neonatal Transport Service provides advanced ground and air transport within the greater New York metropolitan area and beyond. We are specialized and trained with the latest intensive care equipment especially adapted for newborns, infants and children.


Presently, there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease and no way of slowing down the progression of this disease. There is also no treatment available to reverse the deterioration of individuals living with Alzheimer's disease...


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The focus of amnesia treatment is on developing strategies for improving memory. This often involves working with a variety of specialists as well as learning how to use memory aids...


An amniocentesis is used to get a small sample of the amniotic fluid, which reveals information about the health of your baby, such as genetic disorders.


Anesthesia is medication administered for the relief of pain and sensation during surgery. The type and dosage of anesthesia is administered by the anesthesiologist. Learn more about anesthesia and how it is utilized at Northwell Health.


When you are a patient at Staten Island University Hospital, you will have access to a highly trained and skilled anesthesiology department. We are dedicated to providing safe, high-quality comprehensive anesthesia services with care and compassion...


Your heart's arteries may become blocked or narrowed due to a buildup of cholesterol, cells or other substances (plaque). Sometimes a blood clot can form or worsen, and it can completely block blood flow, causing a heart attack. Angioplasty is a surgery done to open blocked arteries and restore normal blood flow. It is not a major surgery and causes little pain.


Arthroscopy of the foot and ankle is used to examine and treat joint conditions. The procedure uses an arthroscope, a thin fiber-optic camera, that enables the surgeon to view close-up imagines of the inside of the ankle and/or foot while working. This usually allows for a less invasive procedure than traditional open surgery, as only a small incision is necessary for the arthroscope, which is about as wide as a drinking straw.


Ankle and foot fusion surgery consists of procedures that fuse two or more bones together in the ankle or foot. The most common reason an ankle fusion is performed is to correct damage due to degenerative arthritis in the ankle, which wears down the protective cartilage surrounding the joints in the ankle. The cartilage allows the bones to glide in and out of the joints smoothly, so loss of the cartilage causes the bones to rub against each other painfully.


Learn about ankle and foot fusion surgery and the foot and ankle specialists who treat these injuries at Northwell Health.


Learn about ankle fracture treatment and the foot and ankle specialists who perform these procedures at Northwell Health.


Ankle replacement surgery is a procedure used to repair and/or replace damaged bones in the ankle joint. Debilitating ankle injuries and disease are the main reasons for ankle replacement surgery. This state-of-the-art procedure can relieve debilitating pain from injury or arthritis, retain movement in the ankle and improve walking ability.


Ankle sprain treatment will depend on the severity of the sprain. An ankle sprain is an injury to the foot’s ligaments in the ankle. Ankle sprain may occur if the ankle rolls, turns or twists beyond its normal range of motion...


Antepartum testing examines fetal well-being and is a way to determine that your baby is getting enough oxygen from the placenta.


An anterior cervical discectomy is the most common surgery used to address damaged discs (shock-absorbing cushions between the vertebrae of the spinal column) in the neck. During this procedure, your spine surgeon will remove the ruptured disc(s) and any remaining fragments that are compressing the spinal cord or the nerve roots that branch out from it.


Anti-coagulant medications, also known as blood thinners, are used to prevent blood clots that can obstruct veins and arteries. They are given to a variety of patients, including those undergoing open heart or bypass surgery, those on prolonged bed rest and those who are prone to strokes or heart attacks.


At Cohen Children’s, we implement individualized anti-epilepsy medication plans with the goal of eliminating or drastically reducing seizures caused by epilepsy in childhood. There are many factors that effect a child’s reaction to anti-epilepsy medications. Our physicians will work with you and your child to find the proper medication and dose to improve your child’s quality of life and overall function.


Once the cause of your headaches has been determined, medication may be given to relieve the pain. The type of medication prescribed depends on the diagnosis.


Biological dressings are created using tissue derived from living organisms. We use these dressings to help close chronic wounds and thereby to reduce pain and prevent the loss of fluid, heat, protein and electrolytes. The end goal is to help a wound heal on its own or to prepare it for surgical permanent closure. There are many dressing types available—your plastic surgeon will decide which type of dressing is right for your unique case.


Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network offers aquatic therapy at the aquatic center located at Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation Services (STARS) at East Meadow...


Arrhythmia ablation and cryoablation are procedures used to treat heart rhythm diseases with high frequency radio waves or by freezing the heart muscle.


Artery bypass surgery is a surgical procedure in which an alternative pathway is created for blood flow to reroute your blood supply around a blocked artery.


Arthritic foot care depends on the type, location and severity of the arthritis. There are many treatment options for arthritis that affects the foot. Arthritic foot care treatment options include: Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory medications to reduce pain and swelling Physical therapy and exercises Heat and cold therapy Acupuncture Weight control Nutritional supplements Steroid medication injected into the joint Shoe inserts and orthotics including pads and arch supports Custom-made shoes Use of assistive devices


Arthroscopic surgery, also known as arthroscopy, is a minimally-invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat joint conditions. Originally, arthroscopy was used primarily in the diagnosis and planning phases of a traditional open surgery. However, as arthroscopic instruments and surgical techniques have become more advanced, more conditions are now being treated arthroscopically.


Learn more about arthroscopic surgery and the conditions treated with this procedure at Northwell Health.


Northwell Health Physician Partners, a dedicated team of physicians and staff employed by Northwell Health, works with Lenox Health Greenwich Village to provide comprehensive services to the West Village.


Atherectomy is a surgical procedure in which a catheter with a sharp blade is used to remove plaque from a blood vessel.


An autopsy - or postmortem examination - is a medical procedure performed on a decedent by a pathologist (a pathologist is a licensed physician trained to identify and understand the anatomic and biochemical changes brought about by disease)...