Why choose Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery?
At our practice, all our surgeries are performed with advanced laparoscopic techniques. We’re honored to be known as being among the most talented general surgeons in the region, with a team of fellowship-trained surgeons. We deliver patient-focused care and minimally invasive techniques for a range of surgeries:
Colon and rectal surgeries
Our surgeons perform rectal and colon surgeries with advanced, minimally invasive surgical techniques, including colorectal conditions and illnesses such as colorectal cancers, colonic polyps, ulcers, diverticulitis, intestinal ischemia, and rectal prolapse.
Colon & Rectal Surgery
Advanced laparoscopic surgery can be employed to repair hiatal hernias, inguinal hernias, and sports hernias. The incisions placed to repair the area are very small, with minimal scarring. To repair the hernia, the area affected is surgically corrected and surgical mesh is put in place to ensure an excellent outcome.
GERD, or “gastroesophageal reflux disease,” can require surgery to resolve. This surgery repairs the valve at the bottom of the esophagus that is allowing stomach acid to flow upward — the cause of severe heartburn discomfort and inflammation. A problematic valve like this also poses the risk of more serious health problems if not treated. At Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery, we perform the treatment with advanced laparoscopic surgery for minimal scarring and a faster recovery.
Northwest Arkansas “firsts”
The team of board-certified specialists at our practice is responsible for several “firsts” in Northwest Arkansas and the state. Patients travel to our practice to undergo a surgical procedure performed with our advanced surgical techniques. If you need surgery and would prefer shorter scars, less pain, and a faster recovery, we invite you to meet with us about how we can help.
Northwest Arkansas Firsts
We perform single-incision laparoscopic gallbladder removal surgery to bring long-lasting relief to patients who suffer from gallstones. The incision is placed around the belly button — leaving a surgical scar that is virtually undetectable — and offers a faster recovery time, less pain and discomfort, and minimized blood loss.