Category Archives: Da Vinci Robot Surgery

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The Mental Aspect of a Hysterectomy

The uterus is closely linked to a woman’s fertility and femininity in many cultures. Its removal, therefore, cannot be viewed as a simple physical process. There are mental and emotional complications that can arise as a result of hysterectomies. These affect not only the patient but the entire family as well. With hundreds of thousands… Read More »


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The DaVinci Robot: Myomectomy Meets A Modern Marvel

Women who experience excessive bleeding or pain in the uterus should seek medical attention right away. These symptoms may be indicative of uterine fibroids. They are non-cancerous growths that often appear in young women but can emerge at any age. Effects range from mild discomfort to the prevention of pregnancy. Is Removal Necessary? Tiny fibroids… Read More »



The Benefits Of DaVinci Robot Surgery

There are times when non-invasive procedures and medication cannot relieve the symptoms associated with gynecological problems, and surgery is the only effective form of treatment available. Some of these gynecological conditions include uterine and cervical cancer, uterine prolapse, endometriosis, menorrhagia or excessive bleeding, and uterine fibroids. In the past, when surgeons had to perform a hysterectomy… Read More »


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FDA Approves New Da Vinci Robot Surgery

We at Woodlands OBGYN are huge advocates of the Da Vinci robot for surgery and expertly use it to perform hysterectomies, myomectomies, and many other procedures. Which is why we are excited to hear about the FDA approval of the new Da Vinci X System. Like our current model, this Da Vinci robot conducts minimally… Read More »


If you have United HealthCare we are sure you are aware that as of 01/01/2020 Methodist Hospital is no longer in Network.

Our United HealthCare contract is NOT affected by this. We are a private practice so this will not affect our ability to see you for your appointments.

All current OB patients please speak to our staff if you have not already done so.

We are still hopeful that UHC and Houston Methodist will work out the issues and come to an agreement soon!