At Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York, Dr. Brian Katz treats hernias using minimally invasive surgical techniques. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair can be performed on our New York, NY patients, providing them with a safe and effective treatment that requires little recovery time. For those who are looking to treat hernias quickly and effectively, laparoscopic surgery may be the most appropriate treatment option.
The team at the Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York is here to address serious health and wellness issues using advanced, minimally invasive surgery procedures. These approaches to surgical care are ideal when performing hernia surgery and other kinds of delicate operations.
Hernias can be quite painful, but thankfully there are many options to consider for treatment. We'd like to discuss hernias in basic terms, with a focus on pain as a symptom as well as post-surgical pain and discomfort.
The Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York has always prided itself on having a skilled and well-respected team of surgeons. The expertise of the entire team has allowed us to address a whole host of wellness matters using the latest techniques and technologies.
With that said, we're proud to announce that our own Dr. Brian Jacob will be hosting a professional conference this week in New York City on advanced hernia repair surgery techniques. Presented by the International Hernia Collaboration (IHC), The 2nd Annual Global Symposium on Robotic-Assisted and Minimally Invasive Hernia Repair will be held at the Marriott Marquis on September 16th and 17th.
All phases of surgery are important. This means the pre-op planning phase, the procedure itself, and the post-operative recovery and follow-up care. This focus on all phases of a surgical procedure is what makes us one of the leading rectal and colon surgery centers in New York.
Recovering from surgery is an important concern for many of our patients. Because of this, we'd like to go over some of the basics when it comes to healing after colorectal surgery.