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Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery

Get specialist treatment for gynecologic conditions from Alium Health. Our care providers are qualified specialists in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery and the conditions that this surgery treats. We use a complete holistic care approach to make sure you’re looked after every step of the way.

Stomach Pain

Expert Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery

Our specialist care providers use a robotic system to assist in performing precise and controlled procedures that are deemed minimally invasive. So you can feel secure in the knowledge that you are in the best expert hands during your treatment.


Some of the benefits of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery include a less painful recovery, smaller incisions, a shorter hospital stay, less risk of infection, and more. You will also have a faster recovery, so you can get back to your normal life sooner.

Gynecologic Conditions We Treat

Here at Alium Health, we treat many gynecologic conditions with minimally invasive surgery, so we can help women across the US live with their conditions and experience less pain. These conditions include:


Pelvic Pain

Ovarian Cysts/Fallopian Tube Cysts

Fertility Issues

Uterine Fibroids

C-Section Scar Treatment

Abnormal/Heavy Periods

Cervical Issues

We use various methods and surgical techniques to treat these conditions with the least amount of stress to you, including hysterectomy, myomectomy, and hysteroscopy. Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery is the most common way we treat these conditions, as well as medication programs and women’s care treatment.


Our minimally invasive surgery is performed by using small incisions to operate, ensuring we use less invasive techniques than traditional open surgery. We also use robotic surgery and laparoscopic surgery to perform these minimally invasive procedures, allowing for further precision.

Alium Health Provides Total Care for Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery

How big are incisions in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery?

Typically, incisions are half an inch long or even less. This can be a different case if the surgery needs to remove an organ, however, the incisions will still be a lot smaller than open surgery usually is.

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