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  • The University of Kansas Health System offers advanced acute and postsurgical pain management from the skilled professionals at our pain management center.
    Learn more about Acute Pain
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers the most advanced heart failure tests and treatments available in Kansas City.
    Learn more about Advanced Heart Failure
  • The Alzheimer’s disease memory clinic at The University of Kansas Health System offers treatment options for early, middle and late stage dementia symptoms.
    Learn more about Alzheimer's Disease
  • The amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) treatment center at the The University of Kansas Health System helps patients and families learn what to expect with ALS.
    Learn more about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Learn about aneurysm disease. Need help making an appointment? Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Aneurysm Disease
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers the best treatments for common anal disorders and rectal disorders, including hemorrhoids, anal fissures and anal fistulas.
    Learn more about Anorectal Disorders
  • Aortic aneurysm diagnosis and treatment options from the experienced professionals at The University of Kansas Health System include minimally invasive TAA surgery.
    Learn more about Aortic Aneurysm
  • The best appendicitis treatment options are available from The University of Kansas Health System, including minimally invasive laparoscopic appendectomy.
    Learn more about Appendicitis
  • The Asthma Center at The University of Kansas Health System offers the most advanced asthma treatments and management strategies to help you control your asthma symptoms.
    Learn more about Asthma
  • Atrial fibrillation, or AFib, is an irregular heartbeat that can cause blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-rel...
    Learn more about Atrial Fibrillation
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  • The back pain doctors at The University of Kansas Health System comprehensive spine clinic offer the best treatment options for back pain and sciatica.
    Learn more about Back Pain
  • The interstitial cystitis treatment team at The University of Kansas Health System offers a full range of treatments to help get rid of chronic bladder pain.
    Learn more about Bladder Pain
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers the most advanced and minimally invasive brain aneurysm surgery options in the Kansas City metro region.
    Learn more about Brain Aneurysm
  • Brain tumor surgeons at The University of Kansas Health System offer comprehensive treatments and information for men and women in the Kansas City metro region.
    Learn more about Brain Tumor
  • The burn center at The University of Kansas Health System provides the most advanced inpatient burn care in the Kansas City metro region, alongside outpatient burn care.
    Learn more about Burns
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  • The University of Kansas Health System offers leading expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac amyloidosis. We pro...
    Learn more about Cardiac Amyloidosis
  • Carotid artery disease treatments from The University of Kansas Health System include the most advanced medication and surgery options in the Kansas City area.
    Learn more about Carotid Artery Disease
  • Cataract surgery from the eye care team at The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City can help restore your vision loss due to the development of cataracts.
    Learn more about Cataracts
  • If you suffer from chronic cough symptoms, The University of Kansas Health System offers a full range of treatment options to improve your quality of life.
    Learn more about Chronic Cough
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers advanced chronic pain management treatment options for men and women in Kansas City and the surrounding area.
    Learn more about Chronic Pain
  • Our women's health specialists diagnose and treat patients with chronic pelvic pain at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • We use the most current techniques to guide treatment of vascular disease. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Claudication
  • Cleft lip and cleft palate repair from The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City can fix cleft lip and palate to improve your quality of life.
    Learn more about Cleft Lip and Palate
  • The Center for Concussion Management at The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City offers advanced diagnosis, care and treatment for concussions.
    Learn more about Concussion
  • Treatment options for congenital heart disease in adults from The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City includes access to clinical trials.
    Learn more about Congenital Heart Disease
  • Our fellowship-trained, board certified specialists at The University of Kansas Physicians Eye Center have experience dealing with a wide range of diseases and disorders affecting the cornea.
    Learn more about Cornea Care
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers skilled care for advanced coronary artery disease and blockage symptoms, including access to clinical trials.
    Learn more about Coronary Artery Disease
  • Learn about COVID-19 including symptoms, risks, treatment, diagnosis, and more. If you think you have COVID-19, call your primary care provider or set up an urgent care video visit.
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  • The procedures we perform for Critical Limb Ischemia have become much less invasive and offer faster recovery time than traditional open surgeries with reduced risk of infection.
    Learn more about Critical Limb Ischemia
  • The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City has been recognized as a cystic fibrosis center of excellence by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
    Learn more about Cystic Fibrosis
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  • The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City offers the latest dementia treatments and research information to help effectively manage dementia symptoms.
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  • Answers to common questions for women with dense breast tissue including likelihood of developing breast cancer. To see one of our breast imaging experts call or schedule an appointment online.
    Learn more about Dense Breast Tissue
  • Depression symptoms can be missed if you don’t know the signs. Learn more about depression treatment options from The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City.
    Learn more about Depression
  • We offer comprehensive dystonia treatment in Kansas City. Our interdisciplinary team provides comprehensive care to support patients over time.
    Learn more about Dystonia
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  • The University of Kansas Health System specializes in facial nerve pain treatments that address the cause of your face pain, not just managing the symptoms.
    Learn more about Facial Pain
  • Our urogynecologists are trained in identifying the weakened anus and treating fecal incontinence.
    Learn more about Fecal Incontinence
  • The University of Kansas Health System urologists diagnosis and treat pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.
    Learn more about Female Urology and Urinary Incontinence
  • Fibroids are benign tumors in the uterus. Learn about symptoms, management, and treatment options at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Fibroids
  • Treatment for fibromuscular dysplasia symptoms from The University of Kansas Health System includes minimally invasive options and access to clinical trials.
    Learn more about Fibromuscular Dysplasia
  • Fistulas are connections between two organs that should not normally be there. Surgeries to treat are performed by a specialized team, consisting of a urogynecologist and often a colorectal surgeon as well.
    Learn more about Fistulas
  • We provide care for the wide spectrum of lower extremity, and foot and ankle conditions and injuries, from very common to very complex.
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  • The University of Kansas Health System offers headache relief treatments for all different types of headaches, including migraines and cluster headaches.
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  • Learn about hearing loss symptoms, cause, and treatment at The University of Kansas Health System . Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Hearing Loss
  • We are a leader in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. When you arrive at our hospital, you'll receive immediate care.
    Learn more about Heart Attack
  • We provide the most sophisticated therapies for heart rhythm disorders in Kansas City. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Heart Rhythm Disorders
  • We offer advanced treatment for heart valve disorders. Find out for yourself why our heart care services have been consistently ranked among the nation's best since 2007 by U.S. News & World Report.
    Learn more about Heart Valve Disorders
  • We offer leading treatment to resolve hiatal hernia. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Hiatal Hernia
  • This team will work with you from your first preoperative assessment visit and throughout your recovery. Call 913-588-1227 or request your appointment online.
    Learn more about Hip and Knee
  • We offer innovative options for Huntington’s disease treatment. Learn more about our leaders in Huntington's disease treatment and research.
    Learn more about Huntington's Disease
  • People suffering from hypertension in Kansas City rely on the cardiovascular experts at The University of Kansas Health System for advanced care.
    Learn more about Hypertension
  • We are a nationally recognized center of excellence for HCM, the only hospital in the region to receive this recognition. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
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  • We offer a full range of laryngeal diagnostic services including stroboscopy, electromyography (EMG) services, and other sophisticated laryngeal physiology examinations.
    Learn more about Laryngeal Voice Disorders
  • Lichen sclerosus is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease of unknown origin. We provide high-quality care for this condition. Learn more about lichen sclerosus.
    Learn more about Lichen Sclerosus
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers experience and expertise to effectively treat a wide range of liver diseases.
    Learn more about Liver Diseases
  • We offer the region's only surgical lymphedema treatment program. Our team of board-certified, fellowship-trained plastic surgeons is dedicated to supporting your care and meeting your needs.
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  • If you suffer from incontinence, don't wait another day. Make an appointment to talk about your options for a permanent solution that can help you restore your quality of life – and live life dry!
    Learn more about Male Incontinence
  • Diagnosis and treatment of male infertility is available by our urology team. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Male Infertility
  • Male infertility treatment options include artificial insemination,in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, varicocelectomy, vasectomy reversal, and more. Learn more here.
    Learn more about Male Reproduction
  • Most patients on relatively simple dietary and medical therapy will find that they can tolerate the disease with few interruptions to their lifestyle. However, some patients may need further procedures to control the problem.
    Learn more about Meniere's Disease
  • Our physicians have treated hundreds of patients with mesh complications. Their experience involves medical and surgical treatments such as removal of mesh.
    Learn more about Mesh Complications
  • We offer leading migraine treatment. Learn about our leaders in migraine treatment and research.
    Learn more about Migraine
  • We are skilled at diagnosing and treating moyamoya disease. Learn about moyamoya symptoms and treatment. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment.
    Learn more about Moyamoya Disease
  • Our expert care team includes fellowship-trained doctors, clinical pharmacists and specialty-focused nurses on site. Learn more about our leaders in MS research and patient care.
    Learn more about Multiple Sclerosis
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  • Our orthopedic surgeons are experienced in emergency care and highly skilled in treating traumatic fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries. To schedule an appointment, call 913-588-1227 or request your appointment online.
    Learn more about Orthopedics Trauma Care
  • Otosclerosis is an abnormal growth of bone in the middle ear. To make an appointment or get more information please call 913-588-1227.
    Learn more about Otosclerosis
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  • Pancreas disease specialists at The University of Kansas Health System apply expert methods and technology for diagnosing and treating pancreas disease, including pancreas transplant surgery.
    Learn more about Pancreas Diseases
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers exceptional paraesophageal hernia treatment in Kansas City.
    Learn more about Paraesophageal Hernia
  • The University of Kansas Health System offers complete medical and surgical treatment for Parkinson’s disease in Kansas City.
    Learn more about Parkinson's Disease
  • Pediatric cystic fibrosis care guidelines and treatment options from The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City include access to clinical trials.
    Learn more about Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis
  • Pillars clinic for pediatric medical complexity offers comprehensive patient-centered care for children with medical complexity at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Pediatric Medical Complexity
  • Pelvic congestion syndrome causes chronic pain in the pelvis and affects millions of women worldwide. Those who suffer from PCS have severe, dull pain that lasts more than 6 months.
    Learn more about Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
  • Pelvic floor disorders affect the pelvic floor, meaning you are unable to control this special group of muscles. Learn about procedures to treat this condition.
    Learn more about Pelvic Floor Disorders
  • There are many treatment options for prolapse. Our physicians are highly experienced and well trained so as to help you manage your prolapse and develop a care plan just for you.
    Learn more about Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • The urology team at The University of Kansas Health System offer treatments and surgical intervention for patients with penile curvature (also known as Peyronie’s disease).
    Learn more about Penile Curvature
  • We offer today's latest options for peripheral artery disease (PAD) diagnosis and treatment.
    Learn more about Peripheral Artery Disease 
  • The specialists on the Polycystic Kidney Disease, or PKD team, at The University of Kansas Health System are caring and knowledgeable experts invested in the proper diagnosis and continued care of people living with PKD.
    Learn more about Polycystic Kidney Disease
  • Learn about the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression.
    Learn more about Postpartum Depression
  • We invite you to learn more about our pediatric physicians and select one as your baby's primary care physician. We're dedicated to helping new moms and their babies be healthy and happy.
    Learn more about Post-Pregnancy
  • Quality pregnancy care is important for a happy and healthy pregnancy. Our team is here to help guide you through this wonderful and challenging time of life.
    Learn more about Pregnancy
  • Care to help you plan or manage your pregnancy at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Pre-pregnancy
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  • Our fellowship-trained surgeons are highly experienced and trained so as to help you manage your prolapse and develop a care plan just for you.
    Learn more about Rectocele Repair
  • Our program for recurrent pregnancy loss provides compassionate care and treatment at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
  • Our urogynecologists will treat your recurrent urinary tract infections. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections
  • The board-certified plastic surgeons at The University of Kansas Health System offer effective, surgical treatment for refractory chronic migraines.
    Learn more about Refractory Chronic Migraine
  • Learn about renal vascular disease and treatment available from vascular surgery at The University of Kansas Health System.
    Learn more about Renal Vascular Disease
  • Our retina specialists in Kansas City are board-certified through the American Board of Ophthalmology. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Retina and Vitreous Diseases
  • Since RA is a disease that affects many systems in the body, it often requires the collaboration of multiple specialists to develop a care plan. We have all of these specialties available within one organization. Learn more.
    Learn more about Rheumatoid Arthritis
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  • The treatment for urethral stricture is customized to fit each individual patient. Most urethroplasties require an overnight stay in the hospital.
    Learn more about Urethral Stricture
  • Our physicians work closely with you to develop a treatment plan that will fit your lifestyle and that is tailored for you. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Urinary Incontinence
  • Uveitis is eye inflammation affecting the iris and other parts of the uvea. Symptoms include eye redness and pain, blurry vision, light sensitivity and floating spots on the eyes. If untreated, uveitis can cause permanent damage to the eyes.
    Learn more about Uveitis
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  • If you have unsightly or uncomfortable veins in your legs please contact our Kansas City plastic surgery office to set up a consultation. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Varicose Veins
  • Our surgeons are experts in both vascular surgery and a less-invasive technique called endovascular surgery. This advanced surgery results in less pain, quicker recovery and less strain on the heart.
    Learn more about Vascular Disease
  • The vertebral artery supplies the brain. VAD can reduce or cut off the blood supply to the brain. It also can result in small pieces (emboli) breaking off and blocking other arteries to the brain or eye.
    Learn more about Vertebral Artery Disease
  • A vestibular schwannoma is a benign (non-cancerous) tumor that develops in the balance and hearing nerves. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Vestibular Schwannoma
  • Our physicians use the most advanced and latest techniques to guide treatment of vascular disease. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Visceral Artery Disease
  • Our voice and swallowing disorder physicians are the region's only specialists performing laser surgery for voice box cancer. Call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
    Learn more about Voice and Swallowing Disorders
  • Vulvovaginal disorders affect almost all women at sometime during their lifetime. While so called "yeast infections" are perhaps the most common, other vaginal infections are also problematic.
    Learn more about Vulvovaginal Disorders
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  • Medical professionals at The University of Kansas Health System offer the most advanced, scientifically-proven approaches to successful weight-loss, weight maintenance and diabetes prevention.
    Learn more about Weight Management

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