Reduce Recovery Time and Scarring with Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery
Your gallbladder is the small organ that collects and concentrates bile. Gallstones can stop the flow of bile, which can cause swelling and immense abdominal pain. During laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, Dr. Daniel Huacuz will use a small surgical camera to view and remove your gallbladder. The minimally invasive procedure requires very small incisions. There are typically no digestive complications associated with gallbladder removal.
Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery/Repair
A hernia develops when one of your organs pushes through the surrounding muscle wall. As a result, a small sac can develop, allowing the organ to protrude. During laparoscopic hernia repair, your doctor will create tiny incisions in the wall of muscle. Then he will place surgical mesh to reinforce this weakened area. Finally, he will close up the incisions, leaving virtually undetectable scars.
If you suffer from chronic heartburn, you may be a candidate for anti-reflux surgery. However, before undergoing surgery, you should try to treat your condition through medications and diet. During the procedure, Dr. Huacuz will wrap a small portion of your stomach around the bottom of your esophagus. This will reinforce the valve and prevent acid from moving up into your esophagus.
Trauma and Injury
Dr. Huacuz is trained to treat numerous illness and perform all types of general surgery. With his advanced technology, effective anesthesia, and top-quality hospital facilities, he can provide outstanding care. At the same time, he is committed to the absolute safety of his patients. If he feels that another doctor is better equipped to handle your case, he will refer you to a specialist.