Fields of application


Surgical procedures that are ‘minimally invasive’ strive to lessen the amount of tissue damage created in the process of accessing the internal area of the body in need of care.  With the advancement of technology, more and more procedures are being performed in a minimally invasive manner. This is particularly true of the field of cardiology, two subsets of which include interventional cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology.

Interventional cardiologists can treat blocked blood vessels, repair existing heart valves, implant new heart valves, and correct heart defects, amongst other maladies, through minimally invasive surgeries.

Cardiac electrophysiologists can treat various heart arrhythmias through minimally invasive surgeries.

Heart Anatomy

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral arterial disease is a condition involving clogging of the arteries around the body, most commonly in the legs. PAD occurs more frequently as people get older and often goes hand-in-hand with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). PAD does most of its damage before any symptoms are seen.

Bone  Cancer

Bone tumors can be either malignant or benign. Malignant bone tumors are cancerous and have often spread from the liver, breast, prostate, or other organs whereas benign tumors are not cancerous and do not spread to or from adjacent organs.