Surgical Services

Dr. Campbell at the Davinci Robot

Cutting-edge surgical options including the latest in minimally invasive procedures

New River Women’s Health offers cutting-edge surgical options including the latest in minimally invasive procedures. Dr. Campell is trained and experienced in the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques, including laparoscopic surgery, giving us the flexibility to provide the right surgery for the specific needs of our patients.

We offer a comprehensive range of gynecologic surgery services, featuring the most advanced minimally invasive treatments and techniques, including laparoscopic, vaginal, and advanced robotic technology.

Benefits of the minimally invasive and robotic procedures include, less pain, shorter hospital stays and quicker recovery times.

We can treat the following conditions:

  • excessively heavy periods (menorrhagia)
  • painful periods (dysmenorrhea)
  • uterine fibroids
  • dysfunctional uterine bleeding
  • chronic pelvic pain
  • endometriosis
  • tubal ligation
  • pelvic organ prolapse
  • incontinence

Our Gynecological Surgery Services include: 

Female sterilization is a permanent method of birth control. There are two minimally invasive procedures for achieving this. It works by blocking the fallopian tubes. When couples choose not to have children, sterilization can be a good option. Blocking or sealing the fallopian tubes keeps the sperm from reaching the egg. Without fertilization of the egg, pregnancy cannot occur.

A colposcopy is a special way of looking at the cervix. It uses a light and a low-powered microscope to make the cervix appear much larger. This helps our doctor to find and then biopsy abnormal areas on your cervix.

This procedure uses a thin, low-voltage electrified wire loop to cut out abnormal tissue. LEEP can  but used to cut away abnormal cervical tissue that can be seen during colposcopy and to remove abnormal tissue high in the cervical canal that cannot be seen during colposcopy.

Ablation of condyloma (genital warts) involves the removal of the growths or bumps, which can appear on the vagina, vulva (external parts of the genitals), cervix (the opening between the vagina and womb), rectum or groin.
Treatment for this common problem will depend on the cause, as well as a woman’s age and her desires, including her plans for future pregnancies. Medication may help some women. Others find relief after uterine scraping (D&C) or when fibroids are removed. Another option for women who no longer wish to become pregnant is Endometrial ablation.
A bilateral salpingo oophorectomy is a surgery to remove both ovaries and both fallopian tubes.

In a vaginal hysterectomy and a bilateral salpingo oophorectomy assisted with laparoscopy, the doctor uses a tool called a laparoscope to help with the removal. A laparoscope is a thin tube with a light and tiny camera.

A laparoscopic hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus through four tiny abdominal incisions less than one quarter to one half an inch in length. The uterus is the muscular organ at the top of the vagina. Babies develop in the uterus, and menstrual blood comes from the uterus. In a laparoscopic hysterectomy, the doctor uses a tool called a laparoscope to help with the removal. A laparoscope is a thin tube with a light and tiny camera.
If your doctor recommends hysterectomy, you may be a candidate for a robotic-assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy, a highly effective, minimally invasive option for a range of uterine conditions. This robotic system enables surgeons to operate with remarkable precision and control — using only a few small incisions.
For many patients, a minimally invasive hysterectomy using the robotic system can offer numerous potential benefits
Endometrial ablation is a procedure utilized to treat and resolve abnormal uterine bleeding (excessive in amount, duration or frequency) that can occur as a consequence of hormonal imbalance, and/or pre menopause. The daVinci Surgical System is a robotic tool that provides surgeons with improved magnification and viewing of the surgical site, as well as greater precision and flexibility that can be helpful in surgery for endometriosis. Robotic-assisted surgery for endometriosis is promising for women who wish to preserve their uterus and would like to have children in the future.