Parkland Medical Center offers robotic surgery for a wide range of conditions in both men and women. Robotic surgery provides surgeons with greater precision, control and access to hard-to-reach areas, allowing extremely complex operations to be performed through small incisions. Our surgeons from multiple specialties are skilled and specifically trained in robotic surgery, offering patients high quality robotic surgery in Southern New Hampshire.
Parkland uses the da Vinci® Robotic surgery system, which is widely considered to be the most effective and least invasive surgical technology available. The da Vinci robotic surgery system combines computer and robotic technologies to treat a broad range of conditions. Surgeries performed with da Vinci robotic surgery systems use tiny incisions, much smaller than those of traditional surgery, to insert miniature instruments and a high-definition 3-D camera. Your surgeon views a magnified, high-resolution 3-D image of the surgical site while controlling the robotic equipment, which translates the surgeon's hand movements into precise movements to perform the operation.
Patient benefits may include:
- Less pain and discomfort
- Minimal scarring
- Less blood loss
- Faster recovery
- Shorter hospital stays
- General surgery
- Inguinal Hernia
- Ventral Hernia
- Endometriosis resection
- Repair of Congenital Blockages
- Repair of Ureteral Strictures
For more information about robotic surgery or to make an appointment, contact the office of one of the providers listed on this page.
- David Canes, MD, Lahey Institute of Urology at Parkland
- Trisha Juliano Kamman, MD, Manchester Urology
- John Munoz, MD, Manchester Urology