From appendectomy to thighplasty and beyond.
It might seem odd for “general” surgery to be a “specialty.” But general surgeons have to be skilled at lots of different procedures involving many parts of the body. Ask us whether a surgical procedure is right for you.
A minimally invasive surgical procedure that removes the appendix through small incisions.
Removal of the gallbladder—most commonly as a treatment for gallstones.
A procedure that opens the abdominal cavity to diagnose and treat conditions affecting the internal organs.
Contact us to find out more about these and other surgical procedures:
Removal of lymph nodes under the arm to check for the spread of breast cancer.
Treatment for a common type of skin cancer.
Removal of part of the colon to treat colon cancer.
Surgery to reverse a colostomy to reattach the bowel after a temporary colostomy.
Typically used to treat patients with hip, knee, ankle, or foot pain.
The insertion of a tube used for feeding.
Surgery to remove hemorrhoids.
A procedure to fix a hernia.
Minor surgeries to relieve pus or pressure buildup under the skin.
Removal of slow-growing, usually benign tumors.
Insertion of a single catheter with more than one line.
Surgical removal of the breast to treat breast cancer.
Removing a sample of tissue to diagnose muscle disease.
Removal of excess fatty tissue from the abdomen.
Treatment for a cyst usually located near the tailbone.
Treatment for “water on the lungs.”
A simple procedure to remove an implanted catheter.
Procedures to remove growths on the skin.
Removal of the spleen, typically to treat a rupture.
A procedure to remove excess skin on thighs.
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Whether you’re looking for an initial consultation or a second opinion—or you just have more questions—we’re here to help. Get in touch with us, and we’ll get back to you within one business day.