The benefits of Low Impact Laparoscopy are not limited to Gynecologic and General Surgery. The Low Impact Laparoscopy approach is applicable to all areas of laparoscopic surgery, including Colorectal, Bariatric, and Urology.
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Actual results may vary depending on the patient, the condition being treated, and the surgeon. Talk to your doctor about whether Low Impact Laparoscopy is right for you. All surgery has inherent risks. Not all patients are suitable for Low Impact Laparoscopy surgery. Only your doctor can determine that. Use of narcotics after surgery is not without risk. Location, number and size of incisions will vary from surgeon to surgeon, and may depend on the type of surgical procedure. It is not uncommon for patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery to require some degree of post-surgical pain management, including some patients experiencing Low Impact Laparoscopy. Further, post-surgical bleeding and bruising are common with any surgical procedure, and Low Impact Laparoscopy patients may also experience these side effects.