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The Endo-Surgical Center of Florida serves physicians and patients in the Orlando area by providing an accredited, high-quality, well-equipped ambulatory surgical center for outpatient procedures. As the ultimate buyers of medical services, patients can choose where to have their procedures performed so long as the doctor performing the surgery is approved to practice at that facility.
Many patients find that their insurance co-pay is lower for procedures performed at the Endo-Surgical Center of Florida than those done in a hospital operating room. In addition, more flexible scheduling makes ESCFL more convenient for both patients and doctors.
While this list is not complete, some of the most common procedures performed at ESCFL are:
An upper endoscopy is more accurate than x-rays in detecting cancer and abnormal growths in the esophagus, stomach and small intestine. It's often done to find the cause of abdominal or chest pain, nausea, heartburn, vomiting, bleeding or problems swallowing. At ESCFL, our staff is highly skilled in performing endoscopies.
The American Cancer Society estimates there are more than 150,000 cases of colorectal cancer resulting in more than 50,000 deaths each year. Up to 60 percent of those deaths could be prevented if everyone 50 years or older was screened by having a colonoscopy. ESCFL is a leading provider of colonoscopies in Central Florida.
Hemorrhoids are clusters of veins in the anus that protrude. They may cause itching, swelling and burning sensations. Bleeding — always a serious symptom — may be caused by internal hemorrhoids. ESCFL offers various treatments, including permanent surgical procedures, that can relieve the symptoms.
The Endo-Surgical Center of Florida is well-equipped to handle many types of plastic and cosmetic surgeries, including reconstructive operations, correcting a facial or body defect, breast augmentations, liposuction and other procedures to enhance your appearance.
Bile, a liquid produced by the liver, is necessary for proper digestion. ERCP allows your doctor to study and diagnose problems in your liver, pancreas and gallbladder. An ERCP may be recommended if you have abdominal pain, weight loss, jaundice, or a scan that shows stones or a mass in these organs.
While surgeries involving the heart were once high-risk and rare, advances in medicine have made many life-saving operations routine. The Endo-Surgical Center of Florida is accredited and can perform many procedures, including placing a pacemaker or replacing the batteries in an existing pacemaker.