Common general surgical problems include hernias, including hiatal hernias (also known as reflux surgery), surgeries on the gastrointestinal tract (i.e. esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon), gallbladder and appendix surgery, or removal of masses or abnormal growths anywhere on the body.

If you are suffering from any of the above problems, it would be our pleausre to help you.

Dr. Moon is fellowship-trained in minimally invasive or laparoscopic surgery, where surgery is performed with a camera and long thin instruments through small incisions.

Many abdominal surgeries can be performed in this manner, which allows for smaller incisions, decreased pain and a shorter recovery time.

Dr. Moon is also trained in robotic surgery, which allows even more surgical techniques to be performed laparoscopically.

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Surgery for weight loss and the treatment of obesity has been around since before the 1950's, however current technology and the advent of laparoscopic surgery has made bariatric surgery safer than ever for the treatment of obesity and weight related medical problems.

Additionally, our evolving understanding of how bariatric surgery works and affects the body has allowed for better approaches on how to perform surgery to allow for weight loss while minimizing potential complications and side effects as much as possible.

Undergoing weight loss surgery is no small decision, and to be successful long-term requires a good relationship between patient, bariatric surgeon, and primary physician.

At 1C13 medical it is our goal and duty to provide our patients with close, intimate care and an ongoing relationship that helps them succeed in their journey towards losing weight and leading healthier, better lives.

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