Allegiance offers a comprehensive range of surgical services, from routine procedures to highly complex surgeries, including:
Allegiance ENT surgeons specialize in ear, nose and throat conditions. Our technological advancements include the latest image-guided navigation system for performing more effective sinus surgeries.
Our highly skilled general surgeons perform traditional open surgeries and minimally invasive procedures for a range of conditions involving the breast, thyroid, gallbladder, colon, liver and spleen.
Allegiance maxillofacial and oral surgeons specialize in surgery involving the mouth, jaw, face, skull and associated structures.
Our neurosurgeons focus on conditions relating to the nervous system, including the brain and spine. They are skilled in performing surgery for herniated spinal discs, spinal stenosis and tumors of the brain and spine. Among their areas of special interest are minimally invasive procedures and nerve stimulators to treat chronic pain conditions.
Obstetricians and gynecologists are doctors who specialize in care relating to a woman’s reproductive health, including pregnancy and childbirth. At Allegiance Health, OB/Gyn surgery is often performed using minimally invasive technology, including da Vinci® Surgical System robotics. Such minimally invasive procedures are proven to be safer for patients, because they involve small incisions, usually resulting in less pain and scarring, shorter hospital stays and a quicker return to normal activity than with traditional open surgery.
The Allegiance Heart and Vascular Center opened in 2008, bringing open-heart surgery services to the Jackson area for the first time. Our heart surgery program is led by University of Michigan cardiothoracic surgeons who have performed more than 700 coronary artery bypass grafts, valve replacements and valve repairs at Allegiance Health.
Orthopaedic surgeons use surgical and non-surgical techniques to treat injuries and diseases of the skeletal system and related muscles, joints and ligaments. Services include bone fracture care for injuries caused by trauma, total-joint replacements, and minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures.
Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine relating to the eye, including treatment of eye diseases and corrective surgery.
Plastic and reconstructive surgeons correct facial and body abnormalities caused by birth defects, trauma, disease or aging. These surgeons also perform elective procedures for cosmetic purposes.
Vascular disease is a condition that affects the body’s ability to circulate blood through the arteries and veins. Among the conditions treated by vascular surgeons are blockages in the carotid arteries (main arteries on either side of the neck, abdominal aneurysms (dangerous weakenings in the wall of the main artery of the abdomen), and venous insufficiency (the underlying cause of varicose (bulging) veins in the legs.
Allegiance Health’s surgeons are experienced in minimally invasive (laparoscopic) procedures, which require one or more small incisions—rather than the long incision typically required in traditional open surgery. With minimally invasive surgery, patients usually experience less bleeding and scarring and a faster, less painful recovery. Often, they can go home the same day and return to work within a few days.
Many minimally invasive surgeries at Allegiance Health are performed robotically, using the da Vinci® Surgical System. Robotic technology provides a magnified 3-D view of the surgical site and gives the surgeon great precision and control of the instruments.