Mini-invasive surgery

Mini-invasive surgery is a method used increasingly more in all areas of surgical treatment in which surgeries are performed whether through natural openings of the body or through small (about 1 cm) cuts by using special instruments.

Mini-invasive surgery is most widely used for the surgery of abdominal cavity organ diseases (so-called laparoscopic surgery) but also in urology, orthopaedics, spinal surgeries, etc.

This method has great advantages because the postoperative recovery process is significantly faster and the postoperative pain syndrome is much smaller than for open surgeries.

  • Pathologies operated laparoscopically:
  • biliary diseases,
  • ventral hernia,
  • bariatric surgeries,
  • colon pathology,
  • gastroesophageal reflux disease.