- Learn about back and neck pain, and the expert resources for treating this type of pain at Cooper University Health Care
- Our highly trained bariatric surgeons have performed nearly 2,000 weight-loss procedures and offer long-term follow-up care, helping you to live a healthier life.
- Cooper's expert Digestive Health physicians can treat Barrett's esophagus, a precancerous condition, with medication, endoscopic surveillance, dilation treatment, and radiofrequency ablation, depending on your symptoms.
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Behavioral Medicine is the interdisciplinary field combining medicine and psychology and is focused on the integration of behavioral, psychosocial, and biomedical sciences for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Benefits-eligible employees are assigned an online course in the CLN as part of the Day 1 Orientation. This course provides a comprehensive view of Cooper’s benefits package, eligibility, and enrollment process.
- Our orthopaedic surgeons are skilled in diagnosing and treating many benign bone tumors, like giant cell tumor, cartilage tumors, and chondroblastoma.
- Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is an enlarged prostate not caused by cancer. The condition, which affects the flow of urine, is common among older men.
- Cooper’s shoulder specialist is an expert at performing arthroscopic biceps tenodesis surgery to treat tears in the biceps tendon.
- We treat more people with bile duct cancer than any other facility in southern New Jersey. Our skilled team offers expert diagnosis and promising treatments.
- A biopsy is the removal of a small piece of tissue from the body for laboratory examination. If cancer is present, the specialist who examines the tissue (pathologist) can usually tell what kind of cancer it is and identify genetic markers or hormone receptors that may help determine the most effective cancer treatment.
- A biventricular pacemaker is a small, battery-operated device that helps maintain a normal and coordinated heartbeat by sending electrical impulses to the heart.
- After a diagnosis of bladder cancer, you will likely have other tests. These tests help your healthcare providers learn more about your cancer.