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Minimally Invasive Surgery

The latest technological advances allow our surgeons to perform simple procedures, such as a gall bladder operation, to some of the most complicated procedures, like intestinal surgeries, with less invasive methods. Minimally invasive surgery, also referred to as laparoscopic or videoscopic surgery, uses small incisions instead of large abdominal incisions. For patients, this means reduced pain after surgery, a shorter hospital stay, faster return to work and normal physical activities. Minimally invasive surgery also provides less scarring and reduced wound complications.


Raymond P. Bynoe, M.D., FACS

Zeid Keilani, M.D., FACS

Fernando A. Navarro, M.D., FACS

James M. Nottingham, M.D., FACS