Your work schedule might consume the time you are supposed to take proper care of your health. For instance, you can need a gynecologist to perform a gynecological procedure. The whole process of deciding where you won’t feel busy and impersonal can be a nightmare. That is why in-office procedures in Lake Mary by Dr. Christopher K Quinsey, MD, in his clinic, were invented. To learn more about the process, you can call the clinic and get personalized help.
What is an in-Office Procedure?
In-office procedures are minimally invasive surgeries provided in the clinic, whereby you don’t have to schedule a visit with your surgeon or stay at the hospital. The procedure can be done at the comfort of your home or office and saves you a lot of time.
What are Some of the Standard in-Office Procedures?
The clinic is equipped with the latest technology to provide varieties of in-office procedures and they include:
Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive surgery used to diagnose and treat diseases within the uterus. The procedure is commonly used in case of abnormal bleeding of the uterus. The specialist at the clinic will insert a device called a hysteroscope in your uterine cavity. The device can transmit the images from your uterine cavity onto a monitor for you and the doctors to see.
Endometrial ablation is a minimally invasive procedure that removes a skinny layer referred to as endometrial lining from your uterus to reduce or eliminate abnormal uterine bleeding.
A colposcopy usually is a diagnostic procedure used to examine your uterus for precancerous or cancerous lesions. A magnifying lens called a colposcope is used to visualize your uterus’s surface to show abnormal changes or growths on your cervix.
Endoscopic or laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that utilizes small skin cuts to access the surgical site. The surgeons use a small camera to view the area and small tools to undertake the surgery. This type of surgery is not done if the procedure requires more than a tiny cut.
An IUD is used when you want to prevent pregnancy. The IUD, a T-shaped device, is inserted into your uterus by the doctor if you don’t want to conceive.
Birth Control Implants
Unlike IUD inserted in your uterus, the birth control implant, a tiny rod, is inserted in your arm.
What can in-Office Procedures Treat?
If you are suffering from the below conditions in-office, the procedure may be right for you.
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Pelvic prolapse
- Uterine fibroids
- Pelvic pain
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Abnormal pap smears
- Ovarian cysts
- Urinary incontinence
In conclusion, the thought of you taking some time off work to take care of what you deem minor health conditions often gets pushed aside until you have more time. Fortunately, the clinic offers you the opportunity to have the above-listed medical procedures in a safe and comfortable environment. Call the clinic to learn more about in-office treatment.