Minimal Invasive Surgery is an advanced surgical procedure that has become very common in hospitals. These procedures are done through tiny incisions, using the state of the art technology in order to reduce the damage to human tissues during the surgery. Since the incisions are small, patients experience less discomfort, less blood loss, and quicker recovery than with the conventional surgery.

We at Vimhans PrimaMed Institute of Minimal Invasive Surgery are always driven by some important questions: how can we advance surgery in order to improve your experience as a patient? More importantly, how can you recover faster? Can there be less pain and less scarring after your operation? We truly believe that the answer is minimal invasive surgery.

Minimally invasive procedures have changed the way people think about surgery. Patients who adhere to theses advanced procedures over traditional open surgery usually ensure less hospital stay and quick recovery.

How it is done?

During a minimally invasive procedure, the surgeon makes small incisions in the skin 3- 4 mm in some cases. Then a small tube with a miniature camera attached at the end, called endoscope, is inserted in one of the incisions. The endoscope provides the images of the insides of your body or joints onto monitors so that the surgeons in the operating room could get clear view of the surgical area. The procedure allows the surgeon to perform surgery, by exploring, removing and correcting whatever is wrong inside the body.

These procedures can take longer than conventional surgery, but the pros commonly outweigh the cons. These kinds of procedures are not for every patient and only your doctor can say whether minimally invasive surgery is right for you or not. These procedures will offer significant benefits, including;

Less blood loss
Reduced pain
Minimum complications
Fewer post-op infections
Short hospital stay
Quicker recovery
Quicker return to normal activities
Less scarring

We at Vimhans PrimaMed diagnose and treat a number of conditions through minimal invasive procedures, including:

Degenerative disc disease
Lumber spinal stenosis
Herniated disc
Spinal infections
Spinal tumors
Spinal instability
Spinal deformities such as scoliosis
Vertebral compression fracture
Colon and rectal surgery
Ear, nose and throat surgery