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Cahaba Valley Surgical Group

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Cahaba Valley Surgical Group, PC is dedicated to the comprehensive management of patients’ surgical needs, with a minimally invasive approach.Our clinical team consists of 3 Board Certified surgeons and Physician Assistants who collaborate to provide a comprehensive array of surgical solutions. These include procedures in the following areas:

With full capabilities for open and invasive surgical approaches, when applicable, we employ a laparoscopic approach (minimally invasive surgery associated with faster recovery time) in the following areas:

Our doctors are also well-experienced in the newer techniques of robotic surgery, a computer-assisted surgery performed with greater precision.

Our primary office is located in the Shelby Medical Building, (next to Shelby Baptist Medical Center) in Alabaster, AL, just 15 minutes south of Birmingham. Please contact us at (205) 620-9065 for further details and to schedule an appointment with our experienced surgeons.

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