Robotic surgery specialists along the Wasatch Front
At MountainStar Healthcare, our surgeons are committed to getting our patients back to their lives as quickly and safely as possible. One of the ways that we do this is through offering access to advanced robot-assisted surgery.
This specialized technology allows surgeons to perform procedures with increased accuracy and precision. It offers many benefits to patients, including less scarring, a quicker recovery and a shorter hospital stay.
For more information about our options for robot-assisted surgery or for help finding a doctor, call our free, 24/7 Consult-A-Nurse line at (801) 715-4152.
What to expect with robotic surgery
Robot-assisted surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery in which doctors use robotic technology to perform procedures. This technology allows for enhanced imaging and increased accuracy both before and during the procedure.
Specifically, during a robot-assisted surgical procedure, a highly experienced, specially trained surgeon uses an advanced computer system to control robotic arms. The surgeon controls these arms from a console placed just a few feet away from the operating table. The robot has tiny surgical instruments and a high-definition, 3D camera, which aids in an efficient, successful procedure.
Benefits of robotic surgery
Robotic surgery leads to a variety of benefits, including:
- A shorter hospital stay
- Faster return to normal daily activities
- Fewer complications
- Less pain and scarring
- Reduced blood loss
- Reduced risk of infection
Robotic surgeries we perform
Our expert surgeons perform robotic surgeries across numerous specialties, including:
Some of the surgeries we use robot-assisted technology with include:
- Robot-assisted cholecystectomy
- Robot-assisted hip replacement
- Robot-assisted hysterectomy
- Robot-assisted knee replacement
- Robot-assisted nephrectomy
- Robot-assisted Nissen fundoplication
- Robot-assisted prostatectomy
- Robot-assisted spinal fusion
Robotic surgery at MountainStar Healthcare
Robotic-assisted surgery allows for small incisions and more control, creating access to detailed visuals while controlling robotic arms during procedures. This allows for minimally invasive procedures, offering fewer complications and a faster recovery.Learn about Robotic surgery