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Some babies are born with two or more fingers or toes that are fused together or “webbed,” which can present limitations in the movements of the digits. Our multidisciplinary team of pediatric plastic surgeons, physicians and rehabilitation specialists works together to assess your child’s unique case and ensure the best possible treatment and recovery.


Well woman care, gynecologist, gynecological services, gynecology checkup


The wheelchair evaluation clinic at Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network provides comprehensive seating and positioning evaluations for individuals who require the use of either power and/or manually operated wheelchairs...


Brain damage can occur when an infant's brain doesn't receive enough oxygen and blood. In some cases, hypothermia initiated within six hours after birth and extending for 72 hours has been shown to significantly improve neonatal outcomes. Hypothermia can be accomplished by whole body cooling using a cooling blanket or by selective head cooling.


Learn more about the dental services available at Northwell Health.


Active women are at a higher risk than their male counterparts for certain injuries around the hips, pelvis, knees and ankles. To address your unique needs, the Women’s Sports Medicine Program at the Northwell Health Orthopaedic Institute, in conjunction with Katz Institute for Women’s Health, offers a variety of resources and programs.


The physical therapists at Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network provide wound care services to manage a variety of wound causes, including: Vascular insufficiency-arterial, venous and lymphedema Pressure injuries Diabetic foot injuries Burn injuries Traumatic injuries Surgical complications and other chronic wound conditions that have failed to heal The therapists are able to evaluate the wound, set up a plan of care, implement their interventions, monitor the wound’s progress, and address the functional impairments affected by the wound...