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Skyline Urology Celebrates 10 Years of Robotic Surgery

Saturday, October 22, 2016 Research News J E 4
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Skyline Urology has been using the daVinci Surgical System for performing different kinds of robotic urologic surgery and 2016 marks the 10-year anniversary of their thriving program.

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The urologists at Skyline Urology are doing a commendable job offering individualized and personal treatment which is top notch. They offer compassionate care, combined with state-of-the-art technology in robotic surgery creating the best outcomes in prostate cancer treatment in Southern California over the past 10 years.

The physicians at Skyline specialize in robotic surgery offering treatment options for patients with prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer, and women that suffer from pelvic organ prolapse. Skyline's surgeons have used the latest minimally invasive surgical technology to perform over 2000 cases in Southern California since 2006. Using this technology, Skyline's doctors make a few, small incisions using tiny wristed instruments that work better than the human hand. With the daVinci's 3D vision system, the surgeons can magnify inside the body, enabling them to operate with enhanced sight, precision, and control. It takes an experienced surgeon to perform these complex and delicate procedures with accuracy so that trauma and scarring are reduced and recovery is quicker.

Skyline has been extremely pleased with their surgical outcomes, and with 10 years of the journey completed, they are looking to celebrate the feat. "At Skyline, we monitor and track results and maintain excellent cancer care with minimal side effects and shorter hospital stays," explains Dr. Richard David, Skyline's Chief Medical Officer. "Our specialty-trained robotic surgeons excel in removing cancer tumors and are extremely adept at other unique surgeries not commonly performed."

When operating on patients, Skyline's doctors take pride in not only being expert surgeons but also caring about their patients from start to finish. They make sure that the whole procedure entails less pain and includes faster recovery time, and hopefully the removal of cancer completely. Extra care is taken to ensure that the risk of infection is cut short along with narrowing down of complications as well.

This kind of dedication and commitment is the result of the surgeons having such a huge success rate. As technology advances, Skyline Urology plans on continuing to offer excellent care and the latest surgical techniques to achieve new heights in robotic surgery. This 10-year journey is just another milestone in what should be many to come.

Skyline Urology's robotic surgeons include: Shawn Beck, MD, Shahin Chandrasoma, MD, Kambiz Dardashti, MD, Lawrence Flechner, MD, Michael Hyman, MD, Ashok Kar, MD, Timothy Lesser, MD, Garrett Matsunaga, MD, Shelby Morrisroe, MD, Brian Norouzi, MD, Erik Pasin, MD, Mayank Patel, MD, Joy Paul, MD, Sevan Stepanian, MD, and Phil Weintraub, MD. If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a urological condition that may require surgery, be sure to learn about Skyline's cutting edge medical options at www.skyuro.com.

Formerly Urology Specialists of Southern California, Skyline Urology was formed to provide practicing urologists in the Los Angeles area with greater efficiencies and a robust professional partners' network to better serve patients. For more information visit us online at www.skyuro.com.

For Media Requests Contact: Shervia Sana Director of Marketing & Communications  Skyline Urology shervia.sana@skyuro.com (424) 212-4580

 

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SOURCE Skyline Urology

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