Trust experienced LMH Health surgeons to help you heal faster and reduce your recovery time with robot-assisted surgery. No matter what type of surgery you need, LMH Health has the right technology and expertise for you.
What’s Robot-Assisted Surgery?
During robot-assisted surgery, your surgeon controls robotic arms that hold small surgical tools. Your surgeon operates the robot from a computer console with high-definition 3D images with ten times the magnification of the surgical area. The robotic arms allow your doctors to have more range, precision, flexibility, and control than a human wrist.
Your surgeon can evaluate blood flow and specific structures such as the common bile duct and ureters during robotic surgery by using safe, non-radioactive dye known as Firefly™ technology. Firefly gives your surgeon the ability to identify things they otherwise wouldn’t see.
Benefits of Robotic Surgery
Depending on your overall health and the reason for treatment, you may have a minimally invasive robot-assisted procedure instead of traditional, open surgery. You may benefit from:
- Less pain and discomfort
- Less risk of infection and incisional hernias
- Quicker recovery and shorter hospital stay
- Smaller scars
Expert Surgical Team
The LMH Health surgical team performs more robotic inguinal hernia surgeries than anyone else in the Midwest.
Types of Robotic Surgery
Get high-quality care that promotes the best possible outcomes with robotic procedures done at LMH Health in Lawrence, Kansas. Your surgeon may use the robot for certain general, urological, or gynecological procedures. Find an LMH Health surgeon that performs robotic surgery
- Abdominal and iguanal hernia repair
- Adrenalectomy to remove one or both adrenal glands
- Cholecystectomy to remove your gallbladder
- Heller myotomy to treat disorders of the esophagus
- Hemicolectomy and low anterior resection to remove part of the colon
- Splenectomy to take out the spleen
Urological Surgery from Lawrence Urology Specialists
- Cyst decortication
- Partial cystectomy
- Partial nephrectomy
- Partial nephrectomy
- Prolapse repair (Sacrocolpopexy)
Gynecological Surgery from Lawrence OB-GYN Specialists