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Conditions Treated

The following conditions are some of the most common conditions treated by specialists in this area. These specialists offer expert care for many other related medical problems. If you need care for a condition not listed here, please call (888) 352-RUSH (7874) to find a doctor who can help you.

  • Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. It can develop in several locations, including the milk duct (the tube that carries milk to the nipple) and the milk lobule (where milk is produced).
  • The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway on the inside of the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the nerve that runs through the passageway is squeezed or compressed by the surrounding tissue.
  • Cleft Lip

    Cleft lip occurs when a baby’s lip tissue does not join completely during pregnancy. A cleft lip can be a notch in the upper lip or a split that goes from the upper lip to the nose. In some babies, a cleft lip can also occur with a cleft palate.
  • Cleft Palate

    Cleft palate occurs when a baby’s palate (roof of the mouth) tissue does not join completely during pregnancy. A cleft palate can be open in the front or back of the mouth or both. In some babies, a cleft palate can also occur with a cleft lip.
  • Malocclusion

    Malocclusion is the misalignment of teeth. Some people refer to malocclusion as having an overbite or an underbite. Most malocclusion is mild and does not require treatment.
  • Mandibulofacial Dysostosis

    Mandibulofacial dysostosis is a rare genetic condition also known as Treacher-Collins syndrome or Franceschetti-Zwahlen-Klein syndrome. It can cause difficulty hearing and problems with the structure of the face, such as an abnormally small jaw or abnormally large mouth. Plastic surgery can help with some of these problems.
  • Pierre Robin Syndrome

    Pierre Robin syndrome is generally present at birth in babies who develop it. Children with this syndrome have small jaws and tongues that fall back in their throats, which can lead to choking and breathing problems. These symptoms sometimes disappear as children grow older and develop larger jaws.