During your consultation with our specialist, they will discuss the best surgical options for you. Minimally invasive surgeries constitute smaller incisions than traditional surgeries, but there is still a risk just like any other procedure. Patients should still expect to have some recovery time after the procedure although the duration may be shorter.
Gastroparesis (GP) is a chronic motility disorder of the stomach. GP often responds to multiple treatment options even though a 100% cure is unlikely. You have been referred to our specialty clinic for recommendations on guiding you to a personalized treatment regimen that best fits you.
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Minimally invasive surgery has become the standard of care for many surgical procedures; however, only skilled surgeons using the most advanced equipment can perform minimally invasive surgery in certain procedures.
Dr. Steven G. Leeds and Dr. Marc A. Ward are quality surgeons with many years’ of experience in minimally invasive surgery procedures. They use this innovative surgical technique to treat several conditions and perform general procedures that include:
Hiatal Hernias (paraesophageal hernias)
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Esophageal and Stomach Cancer
Therapeutic and Diagnostic Endoscopy
Ventral and Inguinal Hernias
Appendectomy and Splenectomy