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Health Care – Laproscopic Surgery

It is no secret that I believe in holistic healing and the self – healing power of our body. As I always say, you take care of your body, and your body will take care of you. However, unfortunately, we do face situations wherein immediate medical help is a necessity in terms of surgery. The pre-process as also the recovery phase of any surgery are quite painful and can at times be traumatic. If the surgery is a necessity, how about a surgical procedure that causes, minimum invasion, minimum pain, and the minimum recovery process?

That is exactly what Aster Healthcare is trying to achieve by pioneering the minimum invasive surgery innovation with laparoscopic surgeries, also popularly known as Band-Aid Surgeries. I spoke to Dr. Vanesha Varik, Laparoscopic, and General Surgeon, Aster Clinic & Hospital to understand more about this intriguing surgical procedure. In Dr. Vanesha’s words, laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery in which keyholes are used to access various parts of the abdomen. In fact, laparoscopic surgeries can be performed for various abdomen related conditions like Gall Bladder surgery, Appendix, all kinds of Hernia, Bariatric surgeries and much more. Just as the name Band Aid Surgeries suggests, these surgeries involve bare minimum invasions and incisions.

The best part, laparoscopic surgeries do away with the generic apprehensions related to normal surgeries, with the following advantages –
• Very less pain, practically no trauma
• Keyhole incisions ensure no stitch marks, thus cosmetically appealing
• Shorter recovery period, early mobilization, and early return to work.

As much as I, along with most of us dread surgeries, I cannot but take notice of the advantages that come along with laparoscopic procedures. So in the case of an inevitable situation of surgery, why not ask your doctor for the option of a laparoscopic procedure?

I would love to hear more about this from you, especially if you have every undergone a laparoscopic surgery. Do share your experience with me, and help others to overcome the pre-surgery anxiety! Eagerly waiting to hear from you.

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