Minimally invasive robotic surgery in Brandon, Florida

Brandon Regional Hospital uses minimally invasive robotic-assisted surgery as an alternative to more invasive surgical methods. Robotic technology allows complex procedures to be performed through just a few, small incisions. As a result, patients get back to life faster without the usual recovery time following major surgery.

To learn more about our robotic surgery services, please call our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (813) 653-1065

What is robotic-assisted surgery?

Robotic-assisted surgery is designed to provide surgeons with enhanced capabilities, including high-definition, 3D vision and a magnified view. The surgeon controls the robotic system, which translates hand movements into smaller, more precise movements of tiny instruments inside of the body.

Benefits of robotic-assisted surgery

Compared to traditional surgery, robotic surgery offers :

  • Faster recovery
  • Fewer complications
  • Less blood loss
  • Less need for pain medicine
  • Shorter hospital stay
  • Smaller incisions for minimal scarring

Robotic surgery options offered

Our skilled surgeons use robotic technology to perform several procedures, including:

  • Gallbladder surgery: Using single-site robotic assistance, this procedure requires one incision that is approximately an inch in length to remove gallbladder
  • Hysterectomy surgery: Procedure to remove the uterus (partial hysterectomy) or the uterus and cervix (total hysterectomy), often to treat conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic pain, uterine and cervical cancer
  • Kidney surgery: Procedure to remove of all or part of the kidney, often to treat kidney cancer
  • Joint replacement: Procedure to replace all or part of a damaged joint in the knee, hip or shoulder
  • Pelvic and vaginal prolapse surgery: Procedure to repair tissue and muscles supporting pelvic organs (uterus, rectum, bladder) that have become loose or weakened
  • Prostate cancer surgery: Procedure to remove the prostate as part of prostate cancer treatment
  • Reflux surgery: Treatment for acid reflux disease
  • Spine surgery: Procedures to repair spinal conditions