Primum non nocere - above all do no harm (Hippocrates)

Minimally invasive surgery in the rhine-main area

 

Minimally invasive procedures offer significant benefits

 

Quicker Recovery - Since a minimally invasive procedure requires smaller incisions than conventional surgery-your body may heal much faster.

 

Shorter Hospital StaysMinimally invasive procedures help get you out of the hospital and back to your life sooner than conventional surgery.

 

Most incisions are so small that it's hard to even notice them after the incisions have healed.

 

Less pain - Because these procedures are less invasive than conventional surgery, there is typically less pain involved. That means lower use of medicines.

 

Minimally invasive procedures, which include laparoscopic surgery, use state-of-the-art technology to reduce the damage to human tissue when performing surgery. For example, in most procedures, a surgeon makes several small incisions and inserts thin tubes called trocars. Then a miniature camera (usually a laparoscope or endoscope) is placed through one of the trocars so the surgical team can view the procedure as a magnified image on video monitors in the operating room. Then, specialized instruments are placed through the other trocars to perform the procedures.