This minimally invasive method of surgery can be applied to a number of procedures we offer, including Nissen fundoplication, incisional hernia repair, gall bladder, GERD, endocrine, and solid organ surgery.
Minimally Invasive Surgery:
Most surgeries at Olde Del Mar Surgical, located in the San Diego area, are performed using minimally invasive techniques like laparoscopic surgery.
Dr. Bhoyrul, a recognized leader in laparoscopic surgery, offers an exceptional level of skill, experience, and judgement. Whether you’re having general surgery using the laparoscopic procedure such as gallbladder surgery and inguinal hernia repair, or advanced laparoscopic procedures like reflux surgery (GERD), colon resection, incisional hernia repair, and solid organ surgeries like removing the spleen or adrenal glands, you want the best!
Laparoscopic Surgery Advanced & General
Several small incisions are made in the abdomen during a laparoscopic procedure. Carbon dioxide gas is pumped into the abdominal cavity to move the abdominal wall away from the organs and create a more open space to work. Read more
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is caused by stomach contents and acid traveling back up from the stomach toward the throat. A one-way valve (lower esophageal sphincter (LES), located at the opening of the stomach, allows food to come into the stomach and keeps the stomach acid contained in the stomach. Read more
Hiatal Hernia Surgery
A hiatal hernia occurs when there is an enlarged or weakened section of the hiatus (opening in the diaphragm between the esophagus and the stomach). The weakened diaphragm can allow a small portion of the stomach to expand into the chest cavity, causing or worsening Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). Read more
Gall Bladder Surgery
Gallbladder surgery typically takes less than an hour. Patients spend up to one day as an inpatient and can typically expect to return to work in a week. Normal activities can usually be resumed within a few weeks. Read more
The endocrine or adrenal glands produce hormones that are involved in control of blood pressure, chemical levels in the blood, water use in the body, glucose usage, and the “fight or flight” reaction during times of stress. Minimally invasive surgical removal of the adrenal gland can be performed through three or four 1/4-1/2 inch incisions. Patients may leave the hospital in one or two days and return to work more quickly than patients recovering from open surgery. Read more
If you have additional questions about the types of surgeries we offer, or to schedule a general surgery consultation with Dr. Bhoyrul, contact us through our website or call 858.457.4917.