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General Surgery

General surgeons perform consultation and surgery on medical conditions involving the breast, endocrine system, gastrointestinal tract, colon, liver, pancreas and rectum. Aayurdhaa Hospital’s general surgeons are among the most experienced groups in the district. The 10+ surgeons perform more than 1000 surgical procedures annually.

The surgeons at Aayurdhaa Hospital are dedicated to continuing improvement and are involved with clinical trials to advance treatments. The general surgeons work closely with other specialists involved in each patient’s care to diagnose and provide timely surgical intervention for complex conditions.

Laparoscopic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery that uses a few small incisions and specialized tools, including a laparoscope. A laparoscope is a specialized camera that your surgeon inserts through an small incision to see inside the body during surgery. Laparoscopic surgeries have faster recovery times and fewer risks of pain and scarring than traditional, open surgeries.

At Aayurdhaa Hospital, our surgeons perform innovative laparoscopic procedures to help patients receive effective surgical care with fewer risks. Our surgeons conduct research to improve surgical care and teach other surgeons from around the country how to perform these procedures. Due to our advanced skills and expertise, you have more surgical treatment options than ever before.

 We use laparoscopic surgery to treat many kinds of conditions, including:

  • Benign (noncancerous) and cancerous gastrointestinal conditions

  • Benign (noncancerous) and cancerous colorectal conditions

  • Cancer

  • Hernias

  • Gynecologic conditions, including cancer

  • Kidney disease

  • Liver disease

  • Urologic conditions

  • Examples of laparoscopic surgery include:

  • Anti-reflux surgery

  • Appendectomy

  • Bariatric surgery

  • Cholecystectomy

  • Colorectal surgery

  • Hernia repair surgery

  • Hysterectomy

  • Oncologic (cancer) surgery

  • Robotic surgery

  • Solitary organ removal