DualPortGYN is a state-of-the-art laparoscopic surgical technique that was developed by The Center for Innovative GYN Care® specialists to treat GYN conditions using just two tiny incisions. Patients recover faster with less pain.
- Small Incisions
- Return Home The Same Day
- Faster Recovery
Women who suffer from abnormal bleeding or pelvic pain due to complex conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, adenomyosis, and others can be treated safely with DualPortGYN®. DualPortGYN is an advanced, groundbreaking technique that improves surgical outcomes and the quality of women’s GYN health.
DualPortGYN is among the safest, and most effective minimally invasive gynecological surgery available worldwide. It is faster and more efficient than standard laparoscopic or robotic surgery.
The CIGC DualPortGYN Advantage
Discover the CIGC breakthrough approach to treating complex GYN conditions. The CIGC minimally invasive surgeons can have you back on your feet in just days. Non-CIGC techniques by comparison often take weeks or months for recovery.
The CIGC laparoscopic GYN specialists perform even the most complex GYN surgeries as same-day outpatient procedures with exceptional outcomes. Incisions are placed in the midsection, away from the abdominal muscles unlike standard or robotic procedures, so patients have less pain during recovery, and recovery itself is about 1 week. Women who have been told that their condition is too complex for minimally invasive surgery are often candidates for the DualPortGYN laparoscopic technique.
DualPortGYN Has Exceptional Patient Outcomes
The DualPortGYN technique is a remarkable advancement in minimally invasive GYN surgery. It has been applied to thousands of cases for hysterectomy, endometriosis excision, ovarian cystectomy and other procedures. The CIGC minimally invasive techniques make it possible to perform procedures using just two tiny incisions. After a DualPortGYN minimally invasive surgery, most patients can return to normal activity, including work and school, in about 1 week.
¹ Danilyants N, MacKoul P, Baxi R, van der Does LQ, Haworth LR. Value-based assessment of hysterectomy approaches. JOGR. 2018.
² Pasic et al. Comparing Robot-Assisted with Conventional Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: Impact on Cost and Clinical Outcomes. JMIG. 2010 17 (6): 730-738
³ Landeen LB, Bell MC, Hubert HB, Bennis LY, Knutsen-Larson SS, Seshadri-Kreaden U. Clinical and cost comparisons for hysterectomy via abdominal, standard laparoscopic, vaginal and robot-assisted approaches. South Dakota Medicine 2011; 64(6): 197-199
⁴ Drahonovsky J., Haakova L., Otcenasek M., Krofta L., Kucera E., and Feyereisl J.: A prospective randomized comparison of vaginal hysterectomy, laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy, and total laparoscopic hysterectomy in women with benign uterine disease. EJOGRB 2010; 148: pp. 172-176
⁵ Einarsson, J. I., & Suzuki, Y. (2009). Total laparoscopic hysterectomy: 10 steps toward a successful procedure. Reviews in obstetrics & gynecology, 2(1), 57-64.
⁶ Paraiso MF, Ridgeway B, Park AJ, et al. A randomized trial comparing conventional and robotically assisted total laparoscopic hysterectomy. AJOG. 2013;208(5):368.e361–367.
⁷ Wright KN, Jonsdottir GM, Jorgensen S, Shah N, Einarsson JI. Costs and outcomes of abdominal, vaginal, laparoscopic and robotic hysterectomies. JSLS. 2012;16(4):519-24.
⁸ Aarts JWM, Nieboer TE, Johnson N, Tavender E, Garry R, Mol BWJ, Kluivers KB. Surgical approach to hysterectomy for benign gynaecological disease. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015, Issue 8. Art. No.: CD003677.
⁹ Schmitt, J. J., Carranza Leon, D. A., Occhino, J. A., Weaver, A. L., Dowdy, S. C., Bakkum-Gamez, J. N., Pasupathy, K. S., Gebhart, J. B. (2017). Determining Optimal Route of Hysterectomy for Benign Indications: Clinical Decision Tree Algorithm. Obstetrics and gynecology, 129(1), 130-138.
¹¹ Mayo Clinic
¹² Paraiso MF, Ridgeway B, Park AJ, et al. A randomized trial comparing conventional and robotically assisted total laparoscopic hysterectomy. AJOG. 2013;208(5):368.e361–367.
¹³ Yeung P, Bolden C et al. Patient Preferences of Cosmesis for Abdominal Incisions in Gynecologic Surgery. JMIG. 2013; 20(1): 79-84
¹⁴ Jones, H. W., III, & Rock, J. A. (2015). Te Linde’s operative gynecology (Eleventh edition.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer.
¹⁵ Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London, UK.
Traveling for GYN Surgery?
The CIGC specialialists perform advanced laparoscopic GYN procedures on women from around the world. We make traveling for GYN surgery seamless.
Within days I was walking around with little to no pain. By the end of the second week, I was doing light exercises like walking a mile through my neighborhood. I'm a runner and by the end of the third week, I was able to get in a few miles. Today, I feel amazing - like myself in college. Thank you, thank you.Ivory Facebook