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Compared to conventional surgery, laparoscopic surgery typically means faster recovery times, less discomfort and fewer complications.

With any type of surgery it’s important for patients to know what they can and can’t do, what’s advisable and what’s not, what they may experience and why.

Click on any of the procedures below to read important advice for a safe recovery.

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Diagram of laparoscopic cholecystectomy on the human body

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Widely accepted as the best way to remove the gallbladder intact and with the stones inside.

Diagram of hernia locations on the human body

Hernia Surgery

Whichever operative technique is used, most patients can go home on the same day.

Diagram of LINX sphincter augmentation surgery on the human body

LINX™ Sphincter Augmentation Surgery

A simple procedure, giving immediate and long term relief from reflux symptoms.

Diagram of RefluxStop surgery on the human body


RefluxStop is an implant that is used as part of a laparoscopic (keyhole) anti-reflux surgical procedure for patients with a hiatus hernia, that hernia will usually be repaired as part of the same procedure.

Diagram of BRAVO procedure on the human body


Data collected by an implanted oesophageal  capsule helps determine the best treatment.

Diagram of fundoplication surgery on the human body

Fundoplication Surgery

The traditional surgical treatment for patients with severe reflux symptoms.