General Surgery solve the most common problems that affect, above all, the gastrointestinal system. For example: chronic reflux, appendicitis, gallstones, hernias, among others.

This type of surgery can be performed in a regular way (open) or laparoscopically, that is, with minimal invasion. The last method has great benefits such as: less pain, less possibility of complications, much smaller scars, shorter recovery time and hospital stay.

Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery

Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery

Treatment for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.It is performed by laparoscopy (minimally invasive) when pharmacological and hygienic-dietary treatment does not work.


laparoscopic appendicectomy

Laparoscopic Appendicectomy

Surgical removal of the cecal appendix when there is appendicitis. It is performed by laparoscopy (minimal invasion), through three incisions of less than 1.5 cm with less postoperative pain and faster reintegration to daily life.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Surgical removal of the gallbladder when it has stones. It is performed by laparoscopy ( minimal invasion), through 4 incisions of less than 1.5 cm, with less pain, quicker reintegration to daily life, shorter hospital stay, etc.


inguinal plasty

Laparoscopic Inguinal Plasty

Surgical correction of an inguinal hernia through the use of laparoscopic surgery ( minimal invasion). Like conventional surgery, it is reinforced with the placement of a mesh, with less postoperative pain and faster reintegration to daily life.


umbilical plasty

Umbilical Plasty

Surgery for a navel hernia. With a small wound below the navel, a mesh is placed to reinforce and close the hernial defect. It can even be performed under local anesthesia and is an outpatient procedure, which makes it less expensive for patients.