Our surgeons are highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant conditions of the anus and rectum. While many procedures can be performed through same-day surgery, more extensive surgeries do require five to seven days of hospitalization. Your surgeon will discuss the best procedural approach and anticipated length of stay with you.
Among the procedures we perform:
- Anal fissurectomy
- Anal fistulotomy
- Anoplasty for anal stenosis
- Anorectal oncology surgery (low anterior resection and abdominoperineal resection)
- Condylomata ablation
- Hemorrhoid banding
- Incision and drainage of abscesses
- Lateral internal sphincterotomy
- Pilonidal cystectomy
- Rectal prolapse procedures
- Stapled/PPH hemorrhoidectomy
- Traditional hemorrhoidectomy
- Transanal tumor excision
Hormones and chemicals produced by your endocrine system regulate many body processes. When benign or malignant conditions interfere with normal function, a skilled surgeon can help resolve or manage the problem.
Our team is experienced in surgical procedures for the following endocrine organs:
- Modified radical neck dissection
Gastrointestinal / Stomach Surgery
Our surgeons are experienced in performing surgical procedures to resolve or manage alimentary tract conditions. Whether the diagnosis is benign or malignant, routine or complex, their advanced training and technology can help achieve the best possible outcome.
Routine surgeries include those for the:
- Esophagus (GERD, achalasia and diverticula, including Zenker’s)
- Small bowel
Several diseases of the bile ducts, gallbladder and liver often require surgical treatment for the best possible outcome.
Our surgeons provide the following procedures:
- Biliary bypass
- Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal)
- Hepatic resections
- Liver biopsy
- Radical cholecystectomy
When the muscular wall that keeps abdominal organs in place weakens or tears, a hernia can occur. Hernia surgery is one of the most common conditions our surgeons perform, and they are skilled in performing these procedures with minimally invasive techniques.
Among the types of hernias we repair are:
Skin & Soft Tissue
A number of soft-tissue and skin conditions can require surgical intervention.
Our surgeons regularly perform:
- Abscess surgery
- Hidradenitis excision
- Limited skin grafting
- Lipoma excision
- Mole excision
- Sarcoma resection
- Sebaceous cystectomy
- Sentinel lymph node biopsy, traditional lymph node biopsy, and lymph node dissection
- Skin cancer excision (including melanoma)
Numerous diseases of the thoracic cavity can require surgery for resolution or symptom management. Our surgeons have the advanced training and technology to maximize treatment options, as well as a commitment to personalized care that can make difficult times easier. They are experienced in minimally invasive techniques as well as traditional thoracotomy.
Procedures we provide include:
- Lung wedge resection
- Mediastinal tumor excision
- Tube thoracostomy
Many individuals require regular, long-term administration of IV fluids, chemotherapy, antibiotics or other medications to manage serious or chronic health conditions. To make treatment easier, medical devices called catheters or ports can be implanted as semi-permanent “pathways.”
Our surgeons can place:
- Dialysis catheters
- Chemo ports, as part of oncology care
Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive surgery, is an advanced surgical technique with several patient benefits, including less pain and faster recovery. Instead of a single, large incision, the surgeon uses several smaller incisions and specialized optics to perform the procedure. All of our surgeons have extensive laparoscopic training and are supported by leading-edge equipment.
We routinely provide laparoscopic procedures for the following:
- Bariatric surgery (band removal, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, vertical sleeve gastrectomy,
- Colon resections
- Distal pancreatectomy
- Heller myotomy
- Hernia repairs
- Lysis of adhesions
- Nissen fundoplication
- Thoracic surgery (lung, thymus, pleura, mediastinal tumors)