daVinci surgical surgical procedures are highly effective in remedying a variety of conditions in women’s health including those solved by myomectomy and hysterectomy surgeries. Fully certified in July, 2007, Dr. Eisenberg has completed hundreds 0f daVinci surgical procedures making him the most experienced surgeon in North Texas for the use of robotic techniques in women’s health. This experience has provided him the capability and insight to diagnose conditions that are optimally suited for daVinci and differentiate them from those better served through traditional surgical procedures.
daVinci Hysterectomy: Minimally Invasive Surgery
Most commonly, a hysterectomy is necessary for women suffering from endometriosis, pelvic prolapse disorders, uterine fibroids, cancers and multiple uterine diseases. A robotic hysterectomy procedure has opened new doors for both patients and surgeons.
In addition to various physical restrictions, a traditional vaginal hysterectomy or abdominal hysterectomy can require up to six (6) weeks to fully recover. The daVinci robotic hysterectomy surgery method is not only minimally invasive, but also highly effective for treating these disorders and allow women to return to their normal activities within a week of their surgery! Robotic hysterectomy can have you back a
The daVinci robotic hysterectomy is less physically traumatic, requiring a shorter hospital stay with less recovery time due to more accurate precision and removing the aspects of incisions generally associated with surgery.
daVinci Myomectomy: Minimally Invasive Surgery
When treating uterine fibroids, the daVinci laparoscopic myomectomy is becoming a standard alternative to a hysterectomy. The daVinci method incorporates state-of-the-art surgical procedures designed to preserve the uterus. In comparison to the traditional myomectomy surgery, the daVinci method offers unparalleled benefits that can only be found in the field of robotic surgery.
daVinci Colposacropexy: Minimally Invasive Surgery
Many women have a ‘falling out’ sensation vaginally, especially after having had a hysterectomy. This problem is constant, uncomfortable and can be associated with urinary incontinence and problems with bowel movements. It is like the vagina is turning inside-out, a bulge is commonly seen protruding between the legs. A procedure called a colposacropexy using robotic surgery is an excellent way to treat this condition in a minimally invasive fashion. Most patients go home the same day as the surgery and have very short recovery times with few restrictions.
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