Pediatric General Surgery Experts
At Golisano Children's Hospital of SWFL, we're pushing the envelope of what's possible in the field pediatric general surgery! Our surgeons are masters of their craft, using cutting-edge technology and minimally invasive procedures to make the prospect of surgery less scary to patients and their families. Supporting them are our child life experts who are specially trained to relax and calm patients as they start on their road to a healthy recovery.
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For more than 25 years, Dr. Hebra has centered his practice around the management and development of innovative treatments for pectus excavatum and other congenital chest malformations. Learn more here about Dr. Hebra and his plans for Golisano Children's Hospital Pediatric General Surgery program!
Andre Hebra MD
Lee Physician Group
Minimally Invasive Surgery Treatments for Children
The nationally renowned pediatric surgeon, Dr. Andre Hebra, describes how he uses cryoablation to minimize pain during and after surgery for pectus excavatum which is the deformity that makes a child’s chest appear sunken or caved in.Learn More Here!
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Pediatric Surgery - Summerlin Rd
16230 Summerlin Rd, Suite 215 Fort Myers, FL 33908Fax: (239) 343-4190
Pediatric Specialists - Port Charlotte
22655 Bayshore Rd, Suite 130 Port Charlotte, FL 33980Fax: (239) 235-4901
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