Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery
Dr. Adeyeri is a New Jersey board certified and U.S. fellowship-trained advanced laparoscopic surgeon
Who wouldn’t like to undergo an operation and recover more quickly, thanks to tiny incisions allowing for faster recovery?
Many GI surgeries today are performed using minimally-invasive, laparoscopic techniques.
As you can see in the diagram above, Dr. Adeyeri accesses the affected internal organs through small holes through which tiny instruments are placed to perform the surgery.
“Patients experience less post-operative pain, minimal blood loss and less need for pain medication,” Dr. Adeyeri explains. “Best of all, minimally invasive surgery is safer for the patient.”
How Laparoscopic Surgery Is Performed
A small, lighted laparoscope is placed through one of the ports to allow the surgeon to have a clear and precise view of internal organs.
The benefits of minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery are significant:
Less scarring and blood loss, less pain, reduced reliance on pain medication, significantly less scarring, faster patient mobility (lessening the chances of blood clots), faster overall recovery.
Top New Jersey Surgeon Practices at Three Hospitals
Dr. Adeyeri specializes in performing the latest and least-invasive operations at Raritan Bay Medical Center in Old Bridge; Bayshore Community Hospital in Holmdel and CentraState Medical Center in Freehold:
• SILS (Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery) access
• Gallbladder/gallstones and bile duct surgery
• Hernias and abdominal wall repairs
• Laparoscopic bowel resection
• Laparoscopic perforated stomach/duodenal ulcer
• Minimally invasive cancer surgery
• Laparoscopic biopsies
• Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS)
Sterling Surgicare has offices in Holmdel, Freehold (Monmouth County) and Old Bridge (Middlesex County), New Jersey.
Call our team of experienced surgical specialists at (732) 217 – 3897 to schedule an appointment.