Your physician doesn’t take surgery lightly and neither should you.
But there are circumstances in which surgery is your best—or only—option.
If you find yourself in such a circumstance, there are some things you should consider:
- The certification and/or experience of your surgeon
- The risks involved in the specific surgery that is prescribed
- The hospital where the surgery is done
You’ll want a hospital with a historically low rate of complications (such as secondary infections) that can slow your recovery. And, to the degree possible, you’ll want to be close to home, so your family can be nearby to comfort and encourage you in your recovery.
If you must have surgery, ask your doctor about the qualifications and experience of Easley General Surgeons. And consider Baptist Easley Hospital, the best place in the Upstate to have surgery.
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