We use the latest medications available to control your thyroid function. If you have hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), your medication serves as a hormone replacement therapy. If you have hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid), your medication prevents your thyroid from producing too much thyroid hormone. Follow-up blood tests may be necessary to ensure your body is responding well to your medication and dose.
This treatment uses targeted radiation – ingested in pill or liquid form – to shrink or destroy thyroid tissues in patients with hyperthyroidism and Graves' disease. Our radiologists specialize in dosing radioactive iodine for people with thyroid disorders. Our experience ensures that the dose is adequately determined for your needs.
Surgery by an experienced endocrine surgeon is a good option for treating thyroid disease, especially large goiters and Graves' disease. If you have serious symptoms associated with these conditions, such as difficulty swallowing, unexplained voice changes or pressure sensations in the neck when lying flat, surgery may be your first-line treatment.
Partial Thyroidectomy (Thyroid Lobectomy)
Removes a portion of your thyroid, usually a thyroid lobe. Minimally access options are available.
Removes your entire thyroid gland.
Removes one or more parathyroid gland. Minimal access options are available.