Procedures & Surgeries

In-Office Procedures

Colposcopy of the cervix, vulva and vagina

Removal or destruction of condyloma

Vulvar biopsy

Endometrial biopsy

Cervical biopsy

Cryotherapy of the Cervix for dysplasia (pre-cancer)

Pessary fitting for non-surgical management of uterine and vaginal prolapse

Microscopic evaluation of vaginal discharge

Urine analysis

Blood drawing for Progesterone levels for NaproTechnology

Routine STD cultures and pap smears

In selected cases: LEEP (Loop Electrical Excision Procedure)

Removal of Cervical Cerclage

IUD (Intrauterine device) removal only


Surgical Procedures (Hospital)

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS):

MIS Laser Laparoscopy to diagnose and treat endometriosis

MIS Carbon Dioxide Laser Close Contact Laparoscopy (NaproTechnology)

MIS Laser Laparoscopic distal tuboplasty causing infertility

MIS Laser Laparoscopic Myomectomy (uterine fibroids)

MIS Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy with preservation of ovary

MIS Laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy

MIS Laparoscopic Total vaginal hysterectomy

MIS Hysteroscopic Submucosal Myomectomy (for fibroids in the uterine cavity)

Operative hysteroscopy with dilation and curettage

Hysteroscopy with resection of endometrial polyps

MIS Myosure

Endometrial ablation using either Novasure, Thermachoice, or HTA (Hydrothermablation)

Suction Dilation and Curettage for miscarriages only

Laser ablation of the Cervix, Vagina and Vulva

LEEP (loop electrical excision procedure of the cervix) with Colposcopy

Partial/Simple Vulvectomy

Excision of Bartholin’s Gland

Total abdominal hysterectomy with abdominal colpopexy (vaginal vault support sutures to prevent future or current uterine prolapse) with or without gynecologic oncology surgical staging

Anterior and Posterior vaginal repair for prolapse of the bladder and rectum

Bladder neck suspension for stress urinary incontinence (Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz Procedure and Burch Procedures with cystoscopy)

Pelvic organ prolapse surgery using the most reliable Abdominal Sacrocolpopexy with prolene mesh (the safe way) for severe vaginal prolapse

Vaginal hysterectomy

Cervical cerclage placement for history of incompetent cervix (usually done at 14-15 weeks gestation using a short acting spinal anesthesia)

Exploratory Laparotomy, appendectomy, bladder and/or bowel surgery

Laparoscopic ectopic pregnancy surgery with preservation of fallopian tube if possible.

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