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Thyroid Disorders

We treat the spectrum of thyroid and parathyroid disorders.

The thyroid and parathyroid are glands in the neck. These glands produce hormones which control vital body functions. When these glands produce too much or too little hormones, serious problems such as heart disease and kidney damage can occur.

We treat a wide range of thyroid disorders, including hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, Graves’ disease, thyroid nodules, and thyroid cancer.

Learn about parathyroid disorders and treatments.

Thyroid treatment options

Thyroid disorders often can be managed with medication, but some conditions require surgery. Our surgeons use advanced technologies during these procedures, including specialized monitoring devices, high-definition cameras, to perform the safest and least invasive surgeries possible.

Our surgeons perform a high volume of thyroid surgeries every year. Because of this combination of experience, skill, and technology, our surgeons are among the few in the United States who can provide our patients with truly customized care. Meet our thyroid care team.

Patient Story: from Alaska for Care

As Lonnie Lamoreaux carried on with life in Anchorage, Alaska, it became more difficult to hold conversations without wheezing or coughing. His hometown doctor said there nothing could be done there.

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Find the Right Surgical Option

Our surgeons are leaders in groundbreaking, minimally invasive techniques to treat thyroid and parathyroid disorders.

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Advanced Technology, Better Care

We offer the latest technology to ensure the safest, most effective care for our patients.

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