Treatments & services

Search or browse all treatments & services   |   See all treatments & services A-Z

The Katz Institute for Women's Health understands that women's health needs are unique. That's why we offer programs, events and coordination of care for a wide range of conditions in women at any age.

A ketogenic diet is a very low-carb, high-fat regimen used to alleviate seizures in people with epilepsy.

Kidney dialysis treatment is a procedure performed on those who are suffering from acute or chronic renal failure. It involves removing waste substances and fluid from the blood that normally are eliminated by the kidneys...

Kidney donation is the most frequent type of living organ donation. There is little risk for the donor to live with one kidney because the remaining kidney compensates to do the work of both kidneys...

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure performed to replace a diseased kidney with a healthy kidney from another person. The kidney may come from a deceased donor or from a living donor...

Learn about kidney transplant, the surgical procedure to replace a diseases kidney with a healthy kidney, and its use at Northwell Health.

Ligament repair is a term that refers to the treatment of torn or injured ligaments. Ligaments are strong, fibrous rope-like bands that hold the three bones of your knee joint together: the thighbone (femur), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patella). There are four primary ligaments that keep your knee bones positioned and functioning properly. Any of them can be seriously injured and require knee ligament repair:

When stiff, painful knees don’t respond to conservative treatments such as physical therapy and medication, knee replacement surgery may be an option. Knee replacement, also known as arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure to repair a knee damaged by arthritis or a severe injury. Artificial joints made of metals, ceramics or plastics are used to help your knees move and function naturally.

Kyphoplasty is a surgical method of treating the pain caused by vertebral compression fractures. It stabilizes the vertebral structure and restores lost body height caused by the fracture. Osteoporosis and metastatic diseases (diseases that spread from one part of the body to another) are most often the causes of these fractures.