Up to twenty, thirty years ago, people may have dreaded going in for surgery, whether it be minor, or most certainly major. And in the major case, there could never be a guarantee that the surgery would work. But today, all that has changed. Indeed, it could be forgiven that, certainly during minor surgery, it’s taken for granted that the procedure will be successful. Many examples could be given, far too many to fill out this online page. Advanced Laparoscopic surgery is but one such example. Another would be laser eye surgery.
Could we think of a couple more examples at least before this article closes out? Well, why not then? And how about plastic surgery then? And what about knee, hip and joint surgery? Let’s briefly explore all of these examples. Oh, and how about oral surgery as well. Well now, we really are getting ahead of ourselves, so let’s just take a short breath and gather our thoughts. It would appear that some of these surgeries could indeed be invasive at some or another point, all depending on the specialist surgeon’s range of expertise, tools and technologies.
Advanced laparoscopic surgery could be non-invasive. The surgeon utilises just a small laser-powered scalpel alongside of his laparoscopic camera. Laser eye surgery is non-invasive. This form of surgery has the ability restore a patient’s eyesight to the point that she no longer needs to wear a pair of eye-glasses. Plastic surgery could be invasive. The invasiveness may well start long before actual surgery proceeds. Knee, hip and joint replacement surgery could be invasive. But perhaps at some point, knee surgery could also be non-invasive. It is at this point that not even laser therapy would be required, just the bare hands and acute mind-set of the holistic surgical practitioner.