What is Minimally Invasive Surgery?
In minimally invasive surgery, surgeons use various techniques to minimize any injury to the body, including making the smallest possible cuts needed.
No longer do women need to have open abdominal surgeries that unfortunately have not only the longest recovery time but a 7-inch incision (at least) is made in the lower abdomen along the bikini line.
Our minimally invasive surgery can often be done on an outpatient basis or requires only a short hospital stay. A common form of minimally invasive surgery is Laparoscopy.
What is Laparoscopic Surgery?
Laparoscopy is a type of surgery that utilizes a slender lighted video camera tool, or “laparoscope”. This allows surgeons to make far smaller incisions than in traditional surgery. A surgeon inserts the laparoscope through a very small cut; this enables them to look at a video monitor and get a wonderfully clear view of what’s happening inside their patient without invasively large incisions.
- Quicker Recovery
- Minimal Pain
- Minimal Blood Loss
- Lower Infection Rate
- Better Quality of Life
- Lower Surgical Costs
- Fewer Complications
- Less Scarring
- No Hospital Stay
Because this revolutionary surgical approach is performed via tiny abdominal incisions, it is designed to be less invasive, quicker, safer, and less expensive than traditional laparoscopic or robotic surgery. What’s more, our approach has shown better patient outcomes than standard laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of fibroids and endometriosis.
Our minimally invasive approach allows most patients to go home on the day of surgery, experience minimal post-op pain, and get back to their normal routine with 2 weeks. After all, today’s women are way too busy to put their life on hold for 8 weeks to recover from surgery.
Treating numerous women’s conditions using state-of-the-art minimally invasive laparoscopy such as:
Uterine Fibroid and Polyp Removallearn more OUTPATIENT
The Outpatient Hysterectomy Center of Los Angeles uses life-changing surgical techniques
We are committed to using life changing, minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Why? To minimize pain, and to minimize complications and recovery time as compared to traditional surgical approaches. We have performed thousands of these procedures to treat endometriosis, fibroids, cysts, pelvic masses, abnormal vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain.
We’ve performed thousands of these out-patient laparoscopic procedures, treating endometriosis, small to huge fibroids, cysts, masses and more
If you wish to schedule a consultation to learn how we can help you or to establish care with us, please request a consultation online or call us at 844-541-7900.