Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS) is the specialty approach to treatment, using the least invasive methods whenever possible. MIGS specialists use small incisions or no incisions to surgically treat a wide variety of gynecologic diseases and conditions, such as endometriosis, fibroids, polyps, cysts, abnormal bleeding, pain, early cancers, prolapse, and infertility.
Laparoscopy uses incisions ranging from 3-12 mm to do pelvic procedures including hysterectomy, myomectomy, and appendectomy.
Robotic technology is used in many cases when applicable.
We have used daVinci robotic technology since 2006.
In 2016 we launched the Low Impact microlaparoscopy service in Sarasota.
Improved techniques and even smaller instruments provide even more benefits to gyn surgery patients.
The ERAS enhanced recovery program was created in 2018 and added methods that improve care before, during and after surgery.
Hysteroscopy uses a small, narrow telescope (a hysteroscope) to allow for visualization of the inside of the uterus, and removing abnormal tissue without the need for any incisions. This is often performed when evaluating abnormal uterine bleeding, polyps and internal uterine fibroids. With improved instruments and methods, most hysteroscopy procedures are performed in the office surgery suite.
We have a long extensive experience with thousands of surgeries over the years. Our success rates and patient satisfaction surveys are superior and our complication rates are very low