Robotic- Assisted Gynecological Surgery 

Minimally invasive surgical procedures avoid open invasive surgery in favor of closed or local surgery with less trauma. These procedures can often be done vaginally or involve use of laparoscopic instruments. Laparoscopy allows observation of the surgical field through an endoscope or similar device, and is carried out through small incisions in the skin to allow access into the pelvis or abdomen. This may result in shorter hospital stays, or allow outpatient treatment.

Minimally invasive surgery should have less operative trauma for the patient than an equivalent invasive procedure. Hospitalization time is shorter and the procedure causes less pain and scarring and reduces the incidence of post-surgical complications, such adhesions. Many laparoscopic procedures are considered to be relatively painless and, at worst, associated with mild discomfort. Complications are not common (only 5% of all operations).

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“Dr. Chi was amazing- she coached me through the labor. A true professional with the experience every new mommy needs. I will continue to see her for my future appointments.”
Denay Z.
“Everyone is so nice at the practise. I have been going there for approximately 10 years now and even though I live a good 45 minutes away, I wouldn’t change doctors. Dr. Chi is amazing! She delivered both my sons and I had a great experience with her as well as with the other doctors at the practise.”
Beatrice R.
“Dr. Horst is INCREDIBLE! His attention to detail, bedside manner and amazing memory are just a few of his top qualities. I can’t properly express my absolute gratitude to have him as my Dr.”
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