Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows for reduced amount of pain, scarring, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery.
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique that uses small incisions and the use of a laparoscope to view the surgical area. Once the area is in view, the surgeon is able to perform the procedure effectively and efficiently with a reduced amount of pain, scarring, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery. Laparoscopic surgery is often used for abdominal surgery on the stomach, pancreas, liver, and bile duct.
Orlando Health's surgeons are dedicated to providing the least invasive procedure possible for our patients. Our surgeons perform minimally invasive techniques on a daily basis and are experts in their field. Minimally invasive surgical procedures include joint replacement (knees, hips, etc.), colon and rectal procedures, some gastrointestinal repairs, removal of some cysts and tumors, and some vascular surgeries with the use of a laparoscope.