Get to Know the NYBG Colorectal Difference

When surgical solutions are required to address your colorectal issues, you deserve to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your surgical staff utilizes the most state-of-the-art technology available and employs the latest in surgical techniques. Here at NYBG Colorectal, the talented surgical team led by Dr. Kulvir Nandra is adept at a number of impressively advanced surgical techniques and offers minimally invasive solutions to a wide range of commonly seen colorectal issues. If you’re interested in learning more about the unique benefits that come along with minimally invasive colorectal surgery, our experienced team is here to help. Simply reach out to us at our New York location and set up your consultation with a member of our team today.

The Advantages of Minimally Invasive Surgery

While traditional, open surgical methods can be highly effective, there are a number of impressive benefits that come along with a minimally invasive approach. Here are some of the reasons our patients appreciate our minimally invasive colorectal surgery:

  • Faster healing times
  • Less discomfort after surgery
  • Shorter procedure duration
  • Reduced downtime
  • Speedy return to normal bowel function
  • Reduced visible scarring

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS)

We use Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) to help decrease pain, lower the length of your hospital stay, and help you return back to your usual activities or work sooner, all while decreasing opioid/narcotic use. ERAS is a patient-centered, evidence-based pathway to fully prepare and guide you, mentally and physically, from the beginning to the end of your surgery. The ERAS pathway begins pre-operatively, then continues on to reduce surgical stress responses, then further continues to facilitate recovery and help you get back to your usual self again. 

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Laparoscopic Surgery

One of the methods by which we can perform minimally invasive colorectal procedures is known as laparoscopic surgery. This involves the insertion of a very small, flexible tube through a tiny scar that will be made near the surgical site. This tube has a camera and light attached to the end of it, enabling the surgeon to see the surgical area and perform the operation without needing to fully open the patient up. This reduces operating time and scar size in equal measure.

Robotically-Assisted Surgery

Robotic colorectal surgery, especially when combined with laparoscopic surgery, gives us a high level of precision over the procedure. Our doctors can perform incredibly precise operations that might be highly difficult with a normal approach, including polyp and tumor removal, as well as colon resection and other procedures. Colorectal surgeries can be performed in a way that avoids impacting any surrounding organs or tissues.

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Your Choice for Minimally Invasive Surgery

If you’re worried that you may be dealing with a significant colorectal disease, don’t let the prospect of surgical intervention keep you from getting the diagnosis you need. Our team is proud to offer minimally invasive surgical options that will enable you to find the relief you’re looking for, without having to deal with a significant downtime or recovery process. When you’re ready to learn more, simply reach out to our New York office and set up your consultation with a member of our team today.

Discover the Relief You Need

When you find yourself dealing with sensitive colorectal issues, our team is here and ready to help you find a solution.

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