Physical therapy (PT) is intended to help patients improve or restore mobility, and in many cases help patients reduce pain and avoid the need for surgery and the long-term use of prescription medications along with their side effects.
An Ultrasound is a diagnostic exam that uses sound waves to visualize internal organs such as the liver, kidneys, pelvis, obstetrics, thyroid, breasts, testicles, musculoskeletal, and lymph nodes.
The intragastric balloon, also known by one of its trade names, Orbera, is the latest weight loss-related medical device to be approved by the FDA, and it's now being offered only at Springhill Medical Center.
Located on the second floor of Medical Office Building II, the Springhill Medical Center Women's Diagnostic Center provides important diagnostic testing such as mammography, bone densitometry and stereotactic breast biopsy all in one easily accessible location.
Each year, approximately 5 million Americans will suffer from chronic wounds caused by diabetes, circulatory problems or other conditions.