Minimally Invasive Surgery at CHA
Surgery over the past few years has changed dramatically. "Minimally Invasive Surgery" sometimes called "keyhole" surgery, is a new approach in which doctors use tiny cameras, microscopes, flashlights, and high-definition monitors to address your health needs. The equipment is so small that it fits through tiny "keyholes" just centimeters in length! Minimally Invasive Surgery often allows patients to get back to their active lives more quickly.
The advantages of Minimally Invasive Surgery over traditional surgery include:
- Less pain
- A shorter recovery period
- Fewer rehabilitation needs
- Shorter hospital stays
- Lower risk of infection
- Reduced costs for patients
- Quicker return to normal activities
The expert surgical team at Cambridge Health Alliance now offers Minimally Invasive Surgery at all three hospital campuses (Cambridge Hospital, Somerville Hospital, and Whidden Hospital), giving patients state-of-the-art care without going into Boston.
Minimally Invasive Surgery is available in most areas including:
||Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
Cambridge Health Alliance is also pleased to offer Minimally Invasive procedures in OB/GYN, Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Spine Surgery, Gastroenterology, and Radiology.