Surgical Services

  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) Surgery

    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are not uncommon in athletes. ACL injuries happens every day to athletes, whether professional, amateur, or weekend warrior. ACL injuries typically occur in sporting activities with contact and pivoting motions. They can also result from severe hyperextension of the knee joint. Common sports that increase risk of injury include: soccer, football, […]

  • Orthopedic Surgery

    Holy Cross Hospital is fortunate to work with some of the best orthopedic surgeons in the country, who offer a wide range of services to including treatment of: Shoulder and Clavical fractures Elbow and wrist fractures and dislocations Total hip replacements Total knee replacements Anterior curciate Ligament (ACL) Taos Orthopaedic Institute (TOI) is a center […]

  • Hysterectomies

  • Breast biopsies

  • Vein Disease

    Veins are the blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart and into the lungs to be replenished with the oxygen and nutrients the body needs to function and stay healthy.

  • Hernia repairs

    A hernia occurs when tissue bulges out through an opening in the muscles. Any part of the abdominal wall can weaken and develop a hernia, the most common sites are the groin (inguinal), the navel (umbilical).

  • Laparascopic Surgeries

    Laparoscopic surgery (or “minimally-invasive” surgery) is a modern surgical technique that uses small incisions and advanced technology. A tiny camera is inserted into the surgical area, and the images are transmitted to a television screen. The surgeon then uses long, narrow instruments to manipulate, cut, and sew tissue inside the body, allowing complex surgical procedures to be performed while creating only small external incisions.

  • Hemorrhoidectomies

    Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anal canal – they can be extremely painful, and extremely embarrassing. Risk factors for the development of symptomatic hemorrhoids include aging, hormonal changes associated with pregnancy and childbirth, too little fiber intake, chronic diarrhea, anal intercourse, constipation, or sitting too long on the toilet.

  • Gall Bladder Removals

    The gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ beneath the liver. Its main purpose is to collect and concentrate bile, which is produced by the liver. After eating, bile is released from the gallbladder to help with digestion.

  • Appendix removal

    The appendix is a finger-shaped pouch in the lower right side of your abdomen. Scientists don’t know exactly what purpose the appendix serves in the body, but it can still cause some serious problems.

  • Cyst Removals

    A cyst is a closed pocket of tissue, filled with a liquid, pus, or other material, that can occur on any part of the body. Most cysts are noncancerous, and go away on their own without requiring treatment; but some need to be drained or surgically removed to relieve symptoms if they have become inflamed, infected, or otherwise cause pain.

  • Colon Resections

    Colon Resection, or colectomy, is surgery to remove part or all of the large intestine.