Gastrointestinal Surgeon in Westchester, NY
If you need a gastrointestinal surgeon in the Westchester, New York area, consider the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery. We have a groundbreaking surgical team, including Spenser E. Amory, MD, FCS. He is distinguished by his innovations in laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gall bladder surgery), and is renown for his diagnostic skill when working with complex surgical problems. In addition, his commitment to providing personalized care earned him Columbia's Leonard Tow award for humanism in medicine in 2007. This level of excellence is something you will experience in all aspects of care at the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery. Give us a call to request a consultation with a gastrointestinal specialists today
Gastrointestinal surgery is used to treat a wide range of benign and cancerous conditions of the digestive system including ailments of the esophagus, stomach, gallbladder, spleen, small and large intestines, liver, pancreas and rectum. Whenever possible, our surgical team utilizes minimally invasive (laparoscopic) surgical procedures. By using only a few, tiny incisions, laparoscopic surgery is able to provide a quicker recovery with fewer risks for infection and complications.
Similar to laparoscopic surgery, endoscopic surgery may be utilized for diagnosis. This surgical procedure utilizes a tiny, lighted camera on the end of a flexible tube, called an endoscope. This is surgically inserted through a small incision near the affected area, and the physician is able to receive the images on a computer screen.
To find an experienced, reliable gastrointestinal surgeon in the Westchester, New York area, call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery today.
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