When you choose us for surgery, you’ll be in the capable hands of an expert surgical team with a track record of success.
Technology has transformed what it means to have surgery, in many cases eliminating the need for large incisions and long healing times. Some surgeries are considered inpatient, meaning you need to be admitted to the hospital for recovery and monitoring. Others are considered outpatient, or ambulatory, allowing you to go home the day of your procedure.
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If you’re looking for a surgical practice that cares for the patient throughout their entire medical and surgical treatment program, you’ve come to the right place. At BlueStone Advanced Surgery, we care for our patients from diagnosis to complete recovery. We are a comprehensive team of Board Certified surgeons who have dedicated our careers to providing patients with the best surgical care possible.
Some of our surgical care conditions include:
- Adrenal care
- Breast care
- Colon & rectal care
- Liver care
- Pancreatic care
- Parathyroid care
- Skin care
- Spleen care
- Thoracic care
- Thyroid care
- Varicose vein care
- Vascular care
- Wound care
There are a number of types of surgery that may need to be considered to address your particular health condition.
General surgical care
General surgery treats several parts of the body including the abdomen, thyroid and parathyroid glands, skin and soft tissue diseases throughout the body, as well as cancerous and non-cancerous conditions. Abdominal surgeries present the highest amount of general surgeries including: laparoscopic abdominal surgery, for the appendix and gallbladder; hernia repairs; surgery on the intestinal (or digestive) tract, including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and anus; and surgery of the abdomen such as the liver, spleen, and pancreas. General surgeons do not often treat the kidneys and urinary bladder, the male prostate or female reproductive organs.
General surgery also involves other parts of the body such as the thyroid and parathyroid glands in the neck, skin and soft tissue diseases throughout the body; general surgery can be for both cancerous and non-cancerous conditions.
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Trauma surgical care
Another aspect of our general surgery practice is trauma care; this means we take care of anyone that is injured, whether by car accidents, bicycle or motorcycle accidents, trips and falls, skiing or snowboarding accidents, etc. Here is our best advice so we don’t see you in the Emergency Room for traumas: ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEATBELT when riding in a vehicle; DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL AND DRIVE; WEAR A HELMET, if there is a helmet for your chosen sport, they have great benefit; if you are able, hire a professional to do anything that requires a ladder, even hanging Christmas lights.
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