GI Tract Surgery in Westchester, New York
Do you need gastrointestinal (GI) tract surgery? Finding a surgeon with extensive training and experience is important to your recovery. Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery, located in Westchester, New York, has an exemplary team of Board Certified surgeons. Call today to request a consultation to discuss your options today.
Our surgeons are skilled in laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery, and whenever possible, we utilize minimally invasive techniques to perform GI tract surgery. Because laparoscopic surgery uses only a few small incisions, compared to open surgery, it significantly reduces the risks of infection, increases the speed of healing, and reduces the length of hospitalization.
In addition to laparoscopic surgery, endoscopic surgery may be used. Endoscopic procedures surgically insert an endoscope, is a tiny lighted camera on the end of a flexible tube, into the affected area. This highly effective diagnostic tool can be used to detect a wide range of upper GI tract disorders including ulcers, abnormal growths, precancerous conditions, bowel obstruction, inflammation and hiatal hernias.
Want to learn more? To discuss the risks and benefits of GI Tract Surgery with a member of our surgical team, call the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery today.
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