Minimally Invasive Gynecology Specialist

When you need surgery to correct a gynecologic problem, you may worry you don’t have the free time necessary for recovery. At Genesys Women OBGYN, Dama A. Ziworitin, MD, is experienced in minimally invasive gynecology surgery. He uses the most advanced techniques, such as laparoscopy and robotic surgery, to enhance recovery and reduce downtime. If you live in Sugar Land, Texas, or surrounding areas and you need gynecologic surgery, call the Genesys Women OBGYN team to set up a minimally invasive surgery consultation. You can also reach the helpful staff using the convenient online form.

Minimally Invasive Gynecology Q & A

Minimally invasive surgery uses smaller incisions than traditional, open surgery. Gynecologists trained in minimally invasive gynecology surgery have undergone extensive training to treat women who suffer from a variety of noncancerous conditions such as:


  • Heavy menstrual periods 
  • Irregular menstrual periods 
  • Pelvic pain  
  • Endometriosis
  • Ovarian cysts


If you need surgery, Dr. Ziworitin recommends minimally invasive surgery whenever possible. At Genesys Women OBGYN, they perform minimally invasive surgery with laparoscopic or robot assistance.

When performing laparoscopic surgery, your surgeon makes small incisions near the treatment area and inserts narrow tubes. 

They insert tiny, precision surgical tools and a miniature camera called a laparoscope through the tubes. The laparoscope transmits images to an external computer monitor, so your surgeon can visualize the surgery while performing it.

Robot-assisted surgery goes to yet another level of precision. The mini camera transmits 3D, color, magnified images to the monitor. 

Your surgeon conducts the operation from a control panel that allows them to maneuver the tiny, flexible surgical tools remotely for greater precision and accuracy. Robotic surgery is much more precise than traditional surgery, which minimizes trauma and reduces your recovery time.

Minimally invasive surgery creates less trauma than open surgery. Robot-assisted surgery has the further advantage of being able to perform minute, precise movements that human hands cannot accomplish on their own. Benefits of minimally invasive surgery include:


  • Less bleeding
  • Less postoperative pain
  • Fewer complications
  • Quicker recovery
  • Smaller scars


If, during your operative procedure, your surgeon determines that minimally invasive surgery can’t correct your problem or identifies other problems, your surgeon may switch to open surgery. 

To find out more about how minimally invasive surgery can restore your gynecologic health, contact the supportive, knowledgeable Genesys Women OBGYN staff. Call the office or reach out with the online contact form.