Dental and Oral Surgery
Joint Replacement Surgery
Ophthalmic (Eye) Surgery
Pain Management-Post Anesthesia
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Mather’s colorectal surgeons are extensively trained in the medical and surgical treatment of benign and malignant disorders of the colon, small bowel, rectum and anal canal. They provide advanced treatment for conditions such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, familial polyposis, incontinence, hemorrhoids, fistulas, colon cancer and rectal cancer. They also perform routine screening examinations.
Dental, oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Mather treat conditions and disorders of the teeth, mouth and jaw such as facial deformities, injuries from trauma and temperomandibular joint disorders. They are board-certified and have received considerable training in the diagnosis and treatment.
Board-certified general surgeons at Mather Hospital diagnose and treat a wide variety of illnesses and conditions that require surgical intervention. They are highly skilled in abdominal, endoscopic, oncologic and laparoscopic surgery, quite a number of which are performed on an outpatient basis.
Mather’s gynecological surgeons specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders and conditions of the female reproductive system, such as cancer, infertility and incontinence. Many conditions can be treated through minimally invasive procedures.
Ophthalmic surgeons perform procedures to repair cataracts, torn retinas and other diseases or conditions of the eye. At Mather Hospital, our operating suites are uniquely outfitted for ophthalmic surgeries and provide specialists with the tools to successfully complete precise and exacting procedures.
Orthopedic surgeons provide care for patients with diseases, conditions or injuries that affect their spine, arms, legs, hands, feet and joints. Our top joint replacement team performs minimally invasive surgeries that give patients quicker recoveries and positive outcomes.
Otolaryngology surgeons evaluate and treat disorders of the ear, nose and sinuses, face, throat and neck. Using minimally invasive techniques when possible, our surgeons perform a variety of procedures including cochlear implants, tonsillectomies, adenoidectomies and sinus-related procedures.
Control and management of post-operative pain is critical to a patient’s recovery. Patients who are comfortable following surgery sleep better, are less stressed and therefore better able to heal. Pain management specialists at Mather Hospital perform a number of procedures that allow for the safe and effective delivery of pain medication, and work in tandem with surgical specialists to provide patients with the most comprehensive care.
Plastic surgeons perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgery to treat a wide range of issues resulting from cancer, congenital diseases, and trauma. The are also specialists in aesthetic procedures.
Podiatric physicians treat patients who have foot problems resulting from such conditions as diabetes, poor circulation, gout, neurological disorders and arthritis.
Vascular surgeons are specially trained to treat blood vessel disorders. With the exception of the heart and brain, these surgeons perform procedures on the arteries and veins throughout the body, making repairs and relieving blockages. Vascular surgeons work closely with radiologists in Mather Hospital’s operating suites which offer high definition imaging interface.