"I dreaded menopause, but my doctor put my mind at ease and gave me all the assurance I needed to make these some of the best years of my life."
"I like that my OB-GYN knows my name, treats me like an individual and takes the time to answer all my questions."
"At MCWHC we bring the most current information to our patients so that they can make well informed choices about their health care."
"My doctor makes me feel there's nothing more important than my health and the health of my unborn baby. I have peace of mind knowing that we're both in the best care."
"I like the fact that I can receive routine gynecological exams, special services and screenings all from one doctor, in one office. This makes it really convenient for me."
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Surgical Procedures
The physicians at Midwest Center for Women’s HealthCare are experienced surgeons offering minimally invasive procedures in our office and in the hospital, depending on the specific needs and preferences of our patients. We specialize in the following minimally invasive surgical procedures:

This is a minimally invasive surgery utilizing small incisions and the aid of a camera to diagnose a condition or perform surgery. It is often used to address the following conditions:
    • Pelvic Pain
    • Endometriosis
    • Cysts
In this surgery, the uterus is removed either partially or completely. The surgery may be performed in three manners:
    • Laparoscopic Surgery - a minimally invasive surgery in which the surgeon uses a flexible tube that has a light and camera to better view the interior of the body while controlling the surgical instruments.

    • DaVinci Surgery – a minimally invasive,  robot-assisted surgery in which a physician controls the surgical instruments through a small incision. To learn more about da Vinci surgery, click here.

    • Open Surgery – a traditional surgery using a long incision through which surgeons place surgical instruments.
This procedure allows a physician to look inside the uterus. It if often used to diagnose or treat the following conditions:
    • Abnormal Bleeding
    • Polyps
    • Fibroids
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and are finding that medication or non-invasive procedures are not helping, ask your doctor about surgical options that may be available to you.
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