Minimally invasive surgery by Dr. Simon Wright
has been performing video-assisted, minimally invasive procedures since 2002.He
performs most thyroid and Parathyroid surgeries using this technology, greatly minimizing the length of surgical scars.
Additionally, some thyroid patients are candidates for a scarless, totally endoscopic procedure which involves no visible incision.Dr. Wright
has also developed a scarless, minimally invasive technique for placement of vagel nerve stimulator —an anti-seizure implant similar to a pacemaker.
has been performing video-assisted procedures since 2002.He
performs most thyroid and parathyroid surgeries using this technology, minimizing the length of surgical scars.Some thyroid and parathyroid patients are candidates for a scarless totally endoscopic procedure, which involves the creation of no visible incision.In addition, Dr. Wright
has developed a "scarless" minimally invasive technique for placement of the vagal nerve stimulator, an anti-seizure implant similar to a pacemaker; this eliminates any scar on the neck.
A handful of surgeons in this country have been doing this technique for a number of years, including Dr. Wright
is one of the most experienced surgeons in the United States with this technique.Parathyroid surgery can and is performed in a similar fashion.
...Dr. Wright practices at the ENT Clinic of Iowa, where he provides minimally invasive surgery services. Call 1-800-267-1800 or e-mail Dr. Wright's nurse at email@example.com At present, Dr. Wright practices in Des Moines, Iowa at the ENT Clinic of Iowa, where he provides minimally invasive and robotic head and neck services.He
operates at the major hospitals in town and trains medical students and surgical residents.
...Dr. Wright has been doing this procedure since 2002, and is the most-experienced video-assist surgeon in the region, and one of the most experienced minimally invasive head and neck surgeons.
Many of his
patients are children or young adults.He
is one of a few surgeons in the nation who is experienced in performing transaxillary head and neck surgery.He
is one of the most experienced robotic neck surgeons in the country, and the most experienced for the transaxillary approach.He
developed other transaxillary surgical approaches to the neck, and is actively developing new applications for less invasive surgery of the head and neck region.Dr. Simon Wright