Laparoscopic surgery, sometimes called minimally invasive surgery, often results in less pain, fewer complications, and a quicker recovery than traditional procedures. The skilled clinicians at Women’s Health Arizona perform these procedures in-office at many of our locations. You can contact your provider to find out if this procedure is right for you.
Laparoscopic surgery uses a laparoscope—a long, slender device with a camera attached—to view the abdominal and pelvic organs on a screen. It uses a small incision to insert the camera. If the laparoscope detects an issue that needs to be fixed surgically, instruments can be inserted through the same incision or through additional small incisions. Surgeries that can be done with laparoscopy include tubal ligation and a hysterectomy.
Minimally invasive surgery has many benefits, including:
Shorter hospital stays and recovery times
Lower risk of post-surgery infection
Contact Women’s Health Arizona About Laparoscopic Surgery
At Women’s Health Arizona, our skilled clinicians use hand-access devices and robotic surgical instruments to perform minimally invasive surgeries with greater precision. We’re here to provide the best care for you in the most comfortable setting possible. Contact our team to ask about your surgery options today!
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