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  • Hernia Repair Surgery ( Including Inguinal hernia repairs, Ventral hernia, Femoral and Umbilical hernia mesh plug repairs)

  • Gall Bladder Surgery (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Operative Cholangiogram)

  • Melanoma and soft tissue tumours

  • Vasectomy

  • Carpal Tunnel Release surgery

  • Lipoma removal/Skin lesions

  • Infusa-port, central vein ports

  • Ingrown toenail wedge resections

Gastrointestinal Surgery

  • Including bowel resection for benign and malignant conditions

  • Anterior resections

  • Colorectal Surgery (including fissures/haemorrhoids/rectal tumours)

  • Colonoscopy (Including Family history screening)

  • Gastroscopy

Thyroid Surgery

  • Thyroidectomy, Hemi-thyroidectomy for various types of Thyroid conditions, including malignant and benign conditions)

  • Parathyroid Surgery (for treatment of hyperparathyroidism)

Laparoscopic surgery

  • Laparoscopic surgery - also referred to as ‘keyhole surgery’ or ‘minimally invasive surgery’- is a technique that allows surgery without the need for large incisions to be made to access organs and tissue within the body. Instead, a small number of much smaller incisions are made, and surgical devices called ‘laparoscopes’ are used to complete the procedure.

  • The main advantages of laparoscopic techniques are that recovery times are much shorter than conventional ‘open’ surgical approaches and that there is less scarring on the body, as the incisions are very small.

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