Paige Pennebacker, MD, FACS | Kinnari Desai, MD, FACOG | Sharla O. Sundberg, MD | Paul Toomey, MD
"The use of robotics continues to take minimally invasive techniques into a new era." shared Chief of Surgery Dr. Sharla O. Sundberg. "Robotically-assisted minimally invasive surgery takes surgery beyond the limits of the human hand, and offers greater precision and dexterity which can result in less pain and recovery time for our patients."
Welcome to the Most Comprehensive Robotic Surgery Program in Manatee County
Robotic technology takes surgery beyond the limits of the human hand, introducing precise, versatile instrument movement combined with three-dimensional visualization of the surgery site.
Robotic Procedures Offered
- NOW OFFERING Robotic Guided Spine Surgery
- Thoracic Surgery
- General Surgery
- Hernia Repair
What is Robotic Surgery and how can it help me?
Robotic Surgery is a less invasive technique than traditional surgery. The cuts (incisions) made in your body by your surgeon can be much smaller than the cut made during traditional (also called "open") surgery. Compared with open surgery, having Robotic Surgery may offer you:
- A shorter hospital stay
- Less blood loss
- Fewer complications
- Less need for narcotic pain medicine
- A faster recovery
- Smaller incisions for minimal scarring
For more information on Robotic Surgery at Blake Medical Center, please contact us at (888) 359-3552.