Tag Archives: minimally invasive surgery

Advancing in Technology – Moving Surgery Forward

In one of our website’s videos, Dr. Clarke says, “…we have to learn them [new technologies]. If we don’t you are very far behind.” He goes on to say that, as doctors, working the way doctors did even a few years ago simply cannot be done. Technology has just come too far—and thankfully so! Technological advents…

Minimally Invasive Surgery Part 2 – Benefits for This Amazing Technique

In our last post, we briefly touched on the benefits of choosing minimally invasive surgery. Choosing these procedures offers a great deal to patients, and we encourage you to peruse as much information about it as possible. This includes speaking with your physician, friends, and family as well as conducting research online. To help, here…

Minimally Invasive Surgery Part 1 – An Overview for This Amazing Technique

The Hippocratic Oath is rather involved, but generally known as: Do no harm. It is regarded as hypocritical because, especially in surgery, doctors must do some harm in order to do more for their patients. Minimally invasive surgery allows doctors to do less harm and even more good for their patients. By using these techniques,…