Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
Gynecologic problems, including heavy or painful menstrual periods, are relatively common and can have a substantial impact on quality of life. Women suffering from these types of problems are often unable to go about their daily lives and find themselves with limited options to address the pain and discomfort that they are experiencing, sometimes without explanation.
Led by world-renowned experts in minimally invasive specialty surgery, our gynecologic specialty surgery team offers comprehensive gynecologic surgical care for women of all ages, from routine testing to the most advanced diagnosis and treatment for conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, and menstrual disorders. Our surgeons employ the latest technologies to treat various female reproductive tract disorders and strive to take the least invasive approach to surgery whenever possible, regularly using laparoscopic and robotic techniques to minimize patients’ recovery times.
Our surgeons all hold academic appointments at Columbia University’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and have completed subspecialty training in robotic surgery, female pelvic floor disorders, infertility, or laparoscopic surgery. We collaborate closely with specialists throughout a world-class medical center to coordinate your care when necessary.
We consult with our patients to explore different diagnostic and treatment options to manage gynecologic and urogynecologic problems, from fibroids to incontinence. We work with each patient to design an individualized care management plan. Furthermore, we provide comprehensive care, from routine examinations to check for minor conditions, to sophisticated diagnostic tests and surgical treatment for complex problems.
Our gynecologic surgery specialists are experienced in urogynecology, pelvic reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive surgery, robotic surgery, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, and lesbian and transgender health.
Minimally Invasive Approach
Our surgeons employ the latest technologies to treat various female reproductive tract disorders. We strive to take the least invasive approach to surgery whenever possible and regularly use laparoscopic and robotic techniques to minimize patients’ recovery times.