Introducing a new alternative for tummy tuck surgery by Dr. Iraniha Introducing a new alternative for tummy tuck surgery. I’m Dr. Andrew iraniha and in this video, I’d like to discuss about my unique minimally invasive surgical procedure for repairing Diastasis recti and tightening the abdominal wall as an alternative for tummy tuck surgery. If…Details
Laparoscopic News – Robotic News
Welcome to our Surgical Oasis Laparoscopic News and Surgical Robotic News.
In this blog I’d like to share the latest news and information in regards to robotic and laparoscopic surgery. The mission of this website is to fully educate the patients and discuss their most common questions and concerns about minimally invasive surgery. Since the deterioration of patient physician relationship in our new medical system was the main reason to create this site, my goal is to restore the trust and loyalty among us by being extremely informative, caring and truthful. Enjoy!
Why some people develop wide and unsightly scar after tummy tuck surgery? Tummy tuck surgery. There are many reasons as why some people develop wide and unsightly scar after tummy tuck surgery. Those reasons are as follow: 1: Tension on the Incision. One of the main factors that can contribute to scar widening is excessive…Details
What is the difference between open surgery and laparoscopic surgery? By Dr. Iraniha Laparoscopic surgery. When it comes to surgical procedures, there are two commonly used techniques of open vs minimally invasive surgery. They have distinct characteristics and benefits. Open surgery, also known as traditional or conventional surgery, is the traditional approach that has been…Details
Dr. Iraniha What is liposuction? Liposuction is a surgical technique designed to remove excess fat deposits from specific areas of the body, helping to reshape and contour your figure. It’s ideal for individuals who are at a stable weight but struggle with localized fat that just won’t budge through diet and exercise alone. So, where…Details
Tummy tuck surgery for hernia repair by Dr. Iraniha Tummy tuck surgery. There is a lifetime transformation available for patients with abdominal wall hernias. When it comes to hernia repair most surgeons focus on repairing the hernia and address the functional and anatomical abnormality and in majority of cases there is a very little attention…Details
What are the surgical options to repair the Diastasis Recti? Repair the Diastasis Recti – There are several surgical options for repairing the Diastasis recti. The most common surgical procedure is called tummy tuck or also known as abdominoplasty. During a tummy tuck surgery, the surgeon makes an incision in the lower abdomen. Then separates…Details
What are the non-surgical options for managing Diastasis recti? Diastasis recti condition. There are a few non-surgical options for managing the Diastasis recti, although their effectiveness may vary depending on the severity of the condition. One of the most common non-surgical options is physical therapy. A physical therapist can teach specific exercises like pelvic tilts,…Details
Is Diastasis recti a medical condition? Yes, Diastasis recti is a medical condition in which the midline abdominal muscles called rectus muscles or six pack muscles separate from each other and the connective tissue that holds them together stretches. It is most commonly seen in pregnant and postpartum women, but can also occur in men…Details
What is the difference between diastasis recti and abdominal wall hernia? Diastasis recti and abdominal wall hernia are two common conditions that affect the abdominal region. While they may share some similarities, they are actually quite different in terms of their causes, symptoms, and treatment options said Dr Iraniha hernia repair expert . Diastasis recti,…Details
Can you have other cosmetic procedures with laparoscopic repair of Diastasis recti? Diastasis recti is a common condition that occurs when the anterior abdominal muscles separate during pregnancy or due to obesity or other factors. Laparoscopic repair of diastasis recti is a new minimally invasive surgical procedure to restore anatomical location of the anterior abdominal…Details
How do I know if I have diastasis recti? Diastasis recti is a condition in which the right and left rectus muscles separate from each other, resulting in a gap or bulge in the midline of the abdomen. Rectus muscles are two vertical abdominal wall muscles that are located in the front and center of…Details
New minimally invasive procedure to repair diastasis recti by Dr. Iraniha Repair diastasis recti – Diastasis recti is a separation of midline abdominal wall muscles called rectus muscles (six pack muscles). This anatomical abnormality usually happens after pregnancy but it is also associated with obesity. Patients usually present with abdominal wall bulge without any pain,…Details