Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery
In minimally invasive surgery, surgeons use a variety of techniques to operate with less injury to the body than with open surgery. In general, it is safer than open surgery and allows you to recover faster and heal with less pain and scarring. Minimally invasive surgery is usually done on an outpatient basis or requires only a short hospital stay.
Laparoscopy — surgery done through one or more small incisions, using small tubes and tiny video cameras and surgical instruments — was one of the first types of minimally invasive surgery.
Another type of minimally invasive surgery is robotic surgery. It provides a magnified, 3-D view of the surgical site, which gives the surgeon great precision, flexibility and control.
Below of a list of the most common laparoscopic surgeries that we perform:
- Anti-Reflux Surgery (Nissen Fundoplication)
- Colon Surgery (Colectomy)
- Distal Pancreatectomy
- Gall Bladder (cholecystectomy)
- Heller Myotomy (Surgery for Achalasia)
- Hiatal Hernia repair
- Inguinal (groin) Hernia repair
- Incisional Hernias
- Femoral ( groin) Hernia repair
- Umbilical Hernia repair
- Peritoneal dialysis catheter – insertion and removal
- Rectal Resection Surgery
- Stomach Cancer Surgery (Gastrectomy) & benign gastric lesions