The Eosinophilic Esophagitis Program at Massachusetts General Hospital brings together a team of experts to diagnose and treat patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.
Conditions and Treatments
The abductor muscles of the thigh connect the lower rim of the pelvic bone (pubis) to the thigh-bone (femur). This tendon can become irritated and inflamed and be the source of unrelenting pain in the groin area.
The ACL is one of four major ligaments that stabilize the knee joint. The ACL prevents the shin bone (tibia) from sliding forward relative to the thigh bone (femur) and stabilizes the knee to allow pivoting, twisting, and jumping sports.
Most ankle sprains are minor injuries that heal with home treatments like rest and applying ice. But a more severe sprain, without proper treatment & rehabilitation, can weaken your ankle making it more likely that you will injure it again.
Also known as Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction, flatfoot deformity is a chronic condition where the soft tissues on the inside of the foot & ankle are subjected to repetitive load bearing during walking and standing.
Ankle fracture and foot fractures (jones, lisfranc, talus, calcaneus, navicular, metatarsal) occur when one or both of the bones making up the top part of the ankle joint are broken.
Achilles tendonitis is characterized by pain and swelling in the Achilles tendon.
Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that orthopaedic surgeons use to visualize, diagnose, and treat problems inside of a joint.
The ALS House Call Program helps to change the course of medical care planning and improve outcomes for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis by bringing patient care into the home.
The Angelman Syndrome Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, in partnership with the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, aims to provide comprehensive clinical care to individuals with Angelman syndrome.