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Surgical Services

Physicians and Surgeons for Women

Obstetricians & Gynecology located in Springfield, OH

When medical treatments fail to alleviate your gynecologic symptoms, you may need surgical services. The board-certified providers at Physicians and Surgeons for Women in Springfield, Ohio, specialize in surgical services for women. The experienced physicians use the most advanced surgical tools and techniques, so you get the best outcomes. To schedule a surgical consultation, call our office today.

Surgical Services Q & A

Physicians and Surgeons for Women perform surgical procedures daily. Since 1976, the practice has been helping generations of women through every stage of their lives. We provide comprehensive gynecologic and obstetric surgical services for women of all ages.

Though the experienced physicians prefer a conservative approach when managing a problem, in some cases, surgery is the best choice.

What conditions benefit from surgical services?

Many gynecologic conditions may benefit from the surgical services at Physicians and Surgeons for Women. Gynecologic conditions needing surgical intervention may include but are not limited to:

  • Fibroids
  • Ovarian cyst
  • Endometriosis
  • Abnormal menstrual bleeding
  • Pelvic pain
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Miscarriage
  • Sterilization
  • Infertility
  • Gynecologic cancer

What are the types of surgical services?

Physicians and Surgeons for Women offer a wide range of surgical services. Our services include minimally invasive in-office procedures, as well as hospital-based surgery.

Types of surgical services include:

Endometrial ablation

Physicians and Surgeons for Women perform an endometrial ablation to treat abnormal menstrual bleeding. During the procedure, your provider inserts a special tool into your uterus to ablate (destroy) the endometrial lining.


During the in-office colposcopy, your board-certified physician uses a specialized tool to evaluate and biopsy your cervical tissue. A colposcopy is usually recommended following an abnormal pap smear.


During a hysteroscopy, your provider inserts a hysteroscope — a thin, flexible tube with a light and camera — through your vagina to evaluate your cervix and uterus.

Your physician will perform the procedure to evaluate your reproductive organs and perform biopsies of abnormal tissue if needed. This procedure is usually performed at an outpatient surgery center, though they may recommend an in-office EndoSee™ procedure, which accomplishes the same purpose.

Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique. During a laparoscopy, your provider makes a small incision in your abdomen to insert a laparoscope, a surgical camera that allows them to evaluate your reproductive organs. This assists providers in diagnosing and treating various conditions.

Your physician may use laparoscopic surgery to perform a hysterectomy, remove fibroids, or diagnose and treat endometriosis.

Traditional Abdominal Surgery

During abdominal surgery, your provider makes a large incision through your abdomen to gain access to your reproductive organs to perform the necessary procedure. Though they prefer using minimally invasive techniques, some patients may have a better outcome with traditional abdominal surgery.

For comprehensive surgical care, call Physicians and Surgeons for Women to book an appointment to discuss your personal situation today.