The physicians of Midwest Center for Women’s HealthCare are experienced surgeons offering minimally invasive gynecologic procedures and surgical options to treat a variety of conditions.
If you are experiencing or have been diagnosed with pelvic pain, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, abnormal bleeding, polyps, or uterine fibroids and finding that medication or non-invasive procedures are not helping, ask your doctor about surgical options that may be available to you. We specialize in a variety of minimally invasive gynecologic surgical procedures.
If your regular Pap test shows any changes or abnormalities, your doctor may recommend that you have a simple test called a Colposcopy. The Colposcopy test provides more information about the abnormal cells, and may be used to assess certain problems.
A minimally invasive, robotic assisted surgery in which a physician controls the surgical instruments through a small incision. daVinci Robotic Surgery procedures include hysterectomy for benign conditions, hysterectomy for cancer, pelvic organ prolapse surgery, myomectomy, and endometriosis resection.
The endometrial ablation procedure is a safe, minimally invasive treatment that uses the application of electrical energy to thin the lining of the uterus which results in a significant reduction or even complete elimination of future menstrual bleeding. It is often used to relieve abnormal bleeding or heavy periods.
In this surgery, the uterus is removed either partially or completely. The surgery may be performed in three manners:
Laparoscopic Surgery – a minimally invasive surgery in which the surgeon uses a flexible tube that has a light and camera to better view the interior of the body while controlling the surgical instruments.
DaVinci Robotic Surgery – a minimally invasive, robotic assisted surgery in which a physician controls the surgical instruments through a small incision.
Open Surgery – a traditional surgery using a long incision through which surgeons place surgical instruments.
This is a minimally invasive surgery utilizing small incisions and the aid of a camera to diagnose a condition or perform surgery. Laparoscopy is often used to address Pelvic Pain, Endometriosis, and Ovarian Cysts.
If other tests (such as a pap smear, colposcopy, or biopsy) show that you have any abnormal cells on your cervix, your doctor may recommend the loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP). The LEEP is used to remove the abnormal cells from your cervix, and can be performed safely and conveniently right in our offices.