Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: Maximized Care
As many women know, the natural process of aging takes a toll on their reproductive organs, often causing a wide range of urogynecological issues that may require special treatment and even surgery. Fortunately, with the advances of technologies used in healthcare, treatment methods such as minimally invasive robotic surgery have become used in more and more applications; and now women who face the need to have a hysterectomy are no longer limited to traditional open surgery but have the option of minimally invasive hysterectomy instead.
At Coyle Institute, Dr. Michael Coyle and Dr. Catherine Brankin have years of experience in women’s health and have become recognized national leaders in performing minimally invasive surgeries of all kinds, including the highly advanced, robotically-assisted da Vinci procedure. As laparoscopic surgeons, they hold a unique distinction among their peers and can provide their patients with the highest level of care and treatment, ensuring that they have an even greater chance at successfully reaching their goal of living a happy, healthy life free of pain.