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Surgery is a branch of medicine that involves treating diseases or injuries by adjusting or removing organs, tissues or bones. Surgery includes both necessary procedures, like cardiac surgery, or elective procedures, such as joint replacement.

Surgical care in Sachse, Texas

If surgery is part of your treatment plan, you can rely on our compassionate specialists to deliver high-quality care.

At Medical City Sachse, A Campus of Medical City Plano, our specialists provide comprehensive surgical services, including orthopedic and spine surgery. Our experienced surgeons combine leading-edge technology with personalized care to help you achieve your health and movement goals.

Conditions we treat with surgery

We perform a wide variety of surgical procedures for the treatment of many different conditions, including:

  • Aneurysms
  • Appendicitis
  • Brain tumors
  • Bunions
  • Colon cancer
  • Damaged cartilage
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Diverticulitis
  • Fractures
  • Gallstones
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Hernias
  • Herniated discs
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Rectal cancer
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Torn ligaments

Surgical treatments we offer

Whenever possible, our surgeons use minimally invasive techniques to bring about faster recovery times and shorter hospital stays. They are dedicated to improving your quality of life, alleviating your pain and increasing your range of motion.

Our surgical services

Our team of gastrointestinal surgeons, neurosurgeons, spine surgeons and other specialists remains committed to performing advanced procedures to ease your pain and help you feel stronger.

Foot and ankle surgery

To help increase your mobility and reduce your pain, our podiatric surgeons offer a wide range of procedures, including:

  • Achilles tendon repair — Surgery may be necessary to repair a ruptured or torn Achilles tendon. This procedure involves suturing the tendon ends back together or using other techniques to facilitate healing.
  • Ankle arthroscopy — Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique used to diagnose and treat various ankle joint conditions. Our surgeons insert a small camera and surgical instruments through tiny incisions to visualize and repair damaged tissues, remove loose fragments and treat ankle impingement.
  • Bunionectomy — This surgical procedure involves the removal of a bunion. It may require realigning the bones, removing excess tissue and correcting any associated deformities.
  • Hammertoe correction — Surgery for a hammertoe typically involves releasing or repositioning the affected tendons and realigning the toe joints.
  • Partial nail avulsion — When an ingrown toenail becomes recurrent or infected, a minor surgical procedure known as a partial nail avulsion may be performed. It involves removing a portion of your toenail or the entire nail, including the nail bed, if necessary, to alleviate pain and prevent further issues.
  • Plantar fasciitis release — Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain resulting from inflammation or microtears in the plantar fascia. Surgical options for severe or refractory cases may involve releasing the tension on the plantar fascia.

Gastrointestinal surgery

Our gastrointestinal specialists are committed to strengthening your digestive health. We are experienced in carrying out several different surgical procedures, such as:

  • Capsule endoscopy — In this noninvasive procedure, a small, pill-sized camera is swallowed, and it captures images of the digestive tract as it travels through the body. It’s particularly useful for visualizing the small intestine and diagnosing conditions that are hard to reach with traditional endoscopy.
  • Colonoscopy — This procedure involves using a thin, flexible tube with a camera to examine the inside of the large intestine and rectum. It’s commonly used to screen for colon cancer, detect polyps and diagnose various gastrointestinal conditions.
  • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) — An ERCP combines endoscopy with X-ray imaging to diagnose and treat problems in the bile ducts and pancreatic ducts. It’s often used to remove gallstones, place stents or obtain tissue samples from these ducts.
  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy — Similar to a colonoscopy, this procedure uses a flexible tube with a camera to examine the rectum and the lower part of the colon (sigmoid colon). It’s used for screening and diagnosing conditions in the lower colon.
  • Upper endoscopy — During this procedure, our specialists use a tube with a camera to examine the esophagus, stomach and part of the small intestine. It’s used to diagnose conditions like ulcers, inflammation and reflux disease.

General surgery

Our general surgeons use minimally invasive techniques whenever possible. They specialize in numerous surgeries, such as:

  • Appendectomies — An appendectomy is a surgery to remove the appendix following appendicitis. Our surgeons also perform the procedure laparoscopically, using small incisions.
  • Colon surgery — A colectomy is one of the most well-known forms of colon surgery and focuses on removing the diseased portion of the colon. It may be combined with a proctectomy, which removes part of the rectum. Colon surgery is most commonly performed to treat colon and rectal cancers, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and diverticulitis. It may also be necessary following an injury, serious infection or bowel blockage.
  • Gallbladder surgery — Also known as a cholecystectomy, gallbladder surgery is a procedure to remove your gallbladder. It is most commonly performed to treat gallstones. During a laparoscopic cholecystectomy, our surgeons use a tiny tube with a camera and small incisions.
  • Hernia repair surgery — During this procedure to treat a hernia, our specialists push the herniated organ back into place and reinforce the weakened tissue.
  • Small bowel surgery — Also known as small bowel resection, small bowel surgery is a treatment option when part of your small bowel is blocked or diseased. This surgery is usually performed laparoscopically, using small incisions and miniature lights and cameras.

Neurological and spine surgery

Dedicated to improving your quality of life, our neurosurgeons are highly proficient in performing advanced and intricate procedures, such as:

  • Brain aneurysm clipping and coiling — These are two different methods for treating brain aneurysms. While clipping involves placing a metal clip around the aneurysm’s neck, coiling uses small metal coils to promote blood clotting and reduce the risk of rupture.
  • Cervical discectomy and fusion — This surgery involves removing a damaged or herniated disc in the neck and fusing the adjacent vertebrae to improve stability.
  • Craniotomy — Our surgeons might perform a craniotomy to treat intracranial conditions, such as brain tumors and aneurysms.
  • Lumbar discectomy — During this procedure, our surgeons remove part or all of a herniated disc in the lower back, alleviating pressure on the spinal nerves.
  • Spinal decompression — This procedure helps relieve pressure on the spinal cord and nerves. Spinal decompression is often performed to treat spinal stenosis.
  • Spinal fusion — This surgery aims to join two or more vertebrae together to stabilize the spine and reduce pain caused by conditions like degenerative disc disease or spondylolisthesis.

Orthopedic surgery

When musculoskeletal conditions arise, our team of highly skilled orthopedic surgeons delivers top-notch surgical interventions and treatments, such as:

  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction — ACL reconstruction surgery involves replacing the torn ligament with a graft to restore the stability of your knee.
  • Arthroscopic Surgery — This minimally invasive procedure uses a small camera, or arthroscope. Our surgeons insert specialized instruments through small incisions to diagnose and treat joint-related problems, such as torn ligaments, damaged cartilage and inflamed synovium.
  • Fracture repair — One of the most common orthopedic surgeries, fracture repair involves realigning and stabilizing broken bones using metal plates, screws or rods to promote proper healing and restore function.
  • Joint replacement surgery — Joint replacement surgery is typically performed for the severe joint pain caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. The most common joint replacements are total hip replacement and total knee replacement.
  • Rotator cuff repair — Tears in your rotator cuff can lead to pain and limited shoulder movement. Surgery involves repairing or reattaching the torn tendons to the bone.
  • Spinal surgery — Various spinal surgeries are performed to address conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, spinal fractures and scoliosis. Procedures can range from minimally invasive techniques to spinal fusion.

Pain management procedures

To address a variety of painful conditions, our specialists carefully administer numerous treatments, including:

  • Epidural steroid injection (ESI) — This procedure involves injecting a corticosteroid and a local anesthetic into the epidural space to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain caused by conditions such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis or radiculopathy.
  • Facet joint injections — These injections target the small joints located between each set of vertebrae in the spine to provide pain relief and reduce inflammation in conditions like facet joint syndrome or arthritis.
  • Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) — RFA uses electrical currents to generate heat and destroy nerves causing chronic pain, such as in cases of facet joint pain or peripheral nerve pain.
  • Spinal cord stimulator implantation — This surgery involves placing a small device near the spinal cord that emits electrical signals to interfere with pain signals, providing relief for chronic pain conditions that have not responded well to other treatments.
  • Kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty — These minimally invasive procedures aim to stabilize fractured vertebrae and alleviate pain caused by compression fractures in the spine, often due to osteoporosis.
  • Peripheral nerve blocks — These injections involve targeting specific nerves or nerve groups to relieve pain in various areas of your body. Peripheral nerve blocks can be used for chronic headaches, regional pain syndromes or neuropathic pain.

Our Surgery Locations

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Medical City Sachse Hospital
4750 President George Bush Highway
Sachse, TX 75048
 (469) 962 - 2100

Currently Viewing:

Medical City Sachse Hospital
4750 President George Bush Highway
Sachse, TX 75048
 (469) 962 - 2100
Medical City Dallas Hospital
7777 Forest Ln
Dallas, TX 75230
 (972) 566 - 7000

11.5 miles

Medical City Ambulatory Surgery Center Dallas
7777 Forest Lane
Suite C-150
Dallas, TX 75230
 (972) 566 - 6171

11.5 miles