A growing number of people are bypassing the hospital for their operation, instead choosing the convenience of a stand-alone surgery center. Because of the issue of pain management we’re able to do things on an outpatient basis that we weren’t able to before. The anesthesiologist can put a numbing block that can last sixteen to 24 hours. And that can get you home and get you comfortable. Traditional surgeries are also performed using smaller approaches, which are less traumatic to the body. Learn more in an interview with Dr. Sagini on this Health Matters news segment:
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