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Board certification by the American Board of Surgery means that a surgeon continues to meet the highest standards of education, training and knowledge in the field of surgery. Board certification is voluntary and requires re-certification every 10 years, thus demonstrating a surgeon’s commitment to quality patient care.READ MORE

At a morning ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, Nebraska Surgical Specialists had a lot to celebrate. In addition to marking a milestone as Dr. Paul Kampfe took the helm of the 13-year-old general surgery office, Nebraska Surgical Specialists also unveiled its new brand identity.READ MORE

To help you get started, here are a few questions you could consider asking during your appointment. Please feel free to write down more and bring them with you. At Nebraska Surgical Specialists, we support people being active participants in their own health and wellbeing.READ MORE

Laparoscopy is a way of performing a surgery. Instead of making a large incision (or cut) for certain operations, surgeons make tiny incisions and insert thin instruments and a camera into an area, such as into the abdomen, to view the internal organs and repair or remove tissue.READ MORE

It is totally normal to feel anxious before surgery. There is no cure-all for anxiety. But there are many things that can help people better cope with anxiety before surgery: many hospitals offer special support, and family and friends can help too. Although there is not yet much research on strategies for managing pre-surgery anxiety, there is some fairly strong evidence that certain measures can help.READ MORE

 
 

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Lincoln, NE
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I had major surgery, was given solid information, confident doctor, very easy to communicate with .... he saved my life!