Timely care is important when it comes to issues surrounding your liver. Whether it's hepatitis or even cirrhosis, many liver disorders can be treated successfully if you act quickly. Our team of liver experts stand at the ready to offer you a care plan that works best for you.
Conditions We Treat
Alcoholic hepatitis is a liver condition caused by excessive alcohol consumption over a long period of time.
Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency
A genetic disease that can put a person at risk for cirrhosis or lung disease. There is no treatment for alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency.
Autoimmune hepatitis is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your liver.
Cirrhosis is chronic liver damage that is caused by several forms of liver disease and can lead to liver failure. This condition cannot be cured.
Too much iron in the body causes hemochromatosis. If a buildup of extra iron is left untreated, it can damage the liver, heart, pancreas, endocrine glands and joints.
Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver caused by a virus that attacks healthy liver cells. There are five common types of hepatitis which are spread by eating or drinking something contaminated by fecal matter or when a person has contact with blood and body fluids from an infected person.
Hepatitis A is a liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. Hepatitis A is very contagious and affects your liver’s ability to function correctly.
Hepatitis B is a severe liver infection. The hepatitis B virus, or HBV, causes this condition. In some cases, hepatitis B becomes chronic (long-lasting) and can lead to serious complications.
Hepatitis C is a liver infection that is caused by a virus known as HCV. HCV spreads by coming into contact with blood infected with the virus.
Hepatitis D is an infection that causes swelling (inflammation) of the liver. Over time, hepatitis D infection can lead to decreased liver function, liver scarring and even liver cancer.
Hepatitis E is a condition that causes swelling (inflammation) of the liver.
Jaundice is a condition in which high levels of bilirubin cause the skin and eyes to turn yellow. Both infants and adults can have jaundice, however, it is more commonly seen in infants because their liver hasn’t matured and isn’t able to release bilirubin into the bloodstream.
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease – or NAFLD – includes several liver conditions that affect people who drink little or no alcohol.
Primary Biliary Cirrhosis
A chronic, or long-lasting, disease that causes the small bile ducts in the liver to become inflamed and damaged and ultimately disappear. It can lead to a buildup of scar tissue that causes cirrhosis.
Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis
Primary sclerosing cholangitis is a condition that causes bile to back up within the bile ducts, which leads to liver damage.
Wilson's Disease (Hepatolenticular Degeneration)
Wilson's disease is a rare disorder that is passed down in families (inherited). In people with this disease, excess levels of copper build up in the liver, brain and other organs.