The board-certified gynecologic surgeons at the Institute for Robotic Surgery use only the most state-of-the-art technologies to achieve the best results for every patient—in the least invasive way possible.
The Institute for Robotic Surgery is proud to provide the most advanced and comprehensive gynecologic surgical care in the Tri-State area. The scope of our practice includes both normal and high-risk care and same-day, minimally invasive procedures.
Our experienced surgeons, caring and supportive nurses, and modern technology work to make sure women have the best possible care and experience at our facility
The Insitute for Robotic Surgery is proud to offer same-day, minimally invasive procedures—so you can get back to daily life faster. No matter your needs or treatment plan, our team of doctors and nurses is by your side every step of the way. Check out our most commonly performed treatments below
The use of robotics—with 3D, high-definition visuals that provide superior depth perception and high magnification—gives surgeons exceptional motor control and a 360º range of motion that’s not possible with the human hand or with regular laparoscopy.
For women suffering from uterine prolapse, vaginal prolapse, urinary incontinence, uterine fibroids or endometriosis, or those facing a hysterectomy now have minimally invasive solutions that produce outstanding results. Additionally, our techniques are proven to reduce blood loss, discomfort, infection risk, and recovery time.
During a robot-assisted procedure, the surgeon works through three small incisions, subjecting the body to less trauma. Patients are back to work and everyday activities weeks earlier and have considerably less scarring after the incisions heal. The quality-of-life implications can be substantial, according to Dr. Asulin. “I recently had a patient who suffered from large uterine fibroids,” he says. “They were painful, exerted pressure on her bladder, and impacted her daily routine to the point where she needed to plan her life around the problems they caused,” says Dr. Asulin. “Within a week and a half after her surgery, she was back to life as usual.”