Another Alternative…Laparoscopic Myomectomy
Uterine fibroids is a disease of the uterus muscles that can be commonly found during the ages of 35 years old and above
“Coronary Angiography”, diagnose coronary artery disease at the right spot
Though more Thai people are being diagnosed with heart disease leading to death
Balloon Angioplasty bringing back quality of life
When the doctor performs diagnosis using angiography and discovers that a patient has atherosclerosis
Knee osteoarthritis…can be changed
For how many years have we heard our mother complain about having knee pain?
Laparoscopic …for men to feel more comfortable
Although not commonly found in general people, a hernia often comes from an abnormality of the body since birth
Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO) Therapy, another treatment method for patients...with high atmospheric oxygen
In general, our body can only transport oxygen with hemoglobin in the red blood cells in a limited quantity.
Hip dysplasia…in elderly people
The most common hip disorders found in Thai people are Osteoarthritis (OA)...
Stop suffering from chronic back pain with discectomy
A herniated disc plays a part in the movement of the spine. Therefore, when a herniated disc is deteriorated
Coronary Artery Disease
More than 95 percent of coronary artery disease comes from the deterioration of blood vessels
Physical check-up for beginners…What is an annual physical check-up?
Many of you might question, why do we need to have a physical check-up
Screening Test for Women’s Cancer
Cervical cancer and breast cancer are the leading causes of death in Thai women
Top 5 Gastrointestinal System Diseases
The gastrointestinal system is a part of the body’s organs that works with digestion, absorption, and excretion.
10 Warning signs for “Liver Disease”
Liver disease occurs from an injured liver or liver with permanent wound that creates a membrane
Wouldn’t it be better…if the decision for was easier?
Many diseases can occur in the female pelvis related to the uterus, ovary, ovarian duct, cervix, and vagina
The death rate from cardiovascular disease has been increasing at a continuous rate.