(Keyhole gallbladder surgery). This is a minimally invasive technique to remove gall bladder disease.
Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery
(Keyhole hernia surgery). This is a minimally invasive method of repairing a hernia. It is suitable for certain types of hernias, for example inguinal (groin hernias) on one or both sides, recurrent groin hernias, some types of incisional hernias and umbilical hernias. We will discuss the specifics of a laparoscopic hernia repair if it is applicable to your condition.
Laparoscopic Large Bowel Surgery
This is a minimally invasive technique for removing bowel through very small incisions. It is aimed at reducing the length of hospital stay and improving recovery rates.
Laparoscopic Adhesion Surgery
Adhesions are fibrous bands that form between tissues and organs, often as a result of previous surgical operations. They may be thought of as an internal scar tissue that connects structures together that are not normally connected. Using minimally invasive surgical techniques, it is possible to divide these adhesions, returning structures to their normal anatomical position. This type of surgery is usually performed for abdominal pain or in patients who develop blockages. It is aimed to reduce length of stay in hospital, improve symptoms and improve recovery rates.
Enhanced Recovery after Surgery
Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a modern evidenced based method designed to help people recover more quickly, having had major surgery.