Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Services Offered
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
If polyps or fibroids are the cause of your abnormal uterine bleeding, minimally invasive surgery may be the fastest way to return you to good health.
While typically benign, these growths can lead to abnormal uterine bleeding, frequent urination, and pelvic pain. Minor surgery is often the best way to safely remove them.
While normally harmless, these fluid-filled sacs can develop into large, painful and abnormal growths which may require minimally invasive surgery to remove.
Pelvic Organ Support
Pelvic organ prolapse can lead to discomfort and incontinence, and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery may be used to return the support of your pelvic organs.
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Depending on the cause of your chronic pain, your doctor may be able to remove problematic tissue through a tiny incision.
You may be able to avoid or reduce endometriosis pain with a minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery aimed at safely and effectively removing tissue growing outside your endometrium.
Minor surgery may be used to correct damage or defects to the vaginal region in order to return to a healthier and natural function.
Using only a minor incision and a small camera, this innovative surgery is commonly used to perform procedures in the abdominal and pelvic regions.
Robotic-assisted surgery allows your doctor more precise control and flexibility of your procedure while reducing the likelihood of blood loss, complications, and scarring.
Your health is the most important thing we consider, which is why Intermountain Healthcare is the regional leader in minimally invasive gynecologic surgical techniques. Our affiliation with the UNLV Medical School and our ongoing expert training allows us to bring you modern technology, practices, and techniques so that your surgery may result in less scarring, reduced recovery time and increased rate of success.