Mercy Clinic General Surgery - 1001 Horsebarn Road

1001 S. Horsebarn Road
Rogers, AR 72758

Phone: (479) 273-7700
Fax: (479) 464-7734
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General Surgery Rogers, AR

The care you receive before and after your surgery is just as critical as the procedure itself. Mercy's General Surgery Clinic on Horsebarn Road in Rogers, AR sees patients for surgical consultations, post-op visits and follow-up care at our convenient location in Northwest Arkansas. Additional surgical services are provided inpatient or outpatient nearby at our Northwest Arkansas Hospital

Types of General Surgery at Mercy in Rogers

As always, we work to make sure your care is personal and convenient. Mercy's General Surgery Clinic on Horsebarn Road uses the latest technology, including minimally invasive techniques, to speed healing and recovery. We provide surgical procedures including gallbladder surgeryhernia surgery breast surgery, biopsies and more.

Surgical Breast Procedures

Our breast surgery services in Rogers include treatment for non-cancerous breast disease and surgical treatment for breast cancer for both men and women, which include:

  • Lumpectomy with/without localization
  • Mastectomy with/without reconstruction
  • Port placement for chemotherapy
  • Sentinel lymph node biopsy
  • Targeted axillary node dissection

We also offer evaluation and treatment of benign breast disease, including benign masses/cysts, mastitis, fibrocystic disease, and breast pain through excisional biopsies with/without localization (wireless or wired).

Gastroparesis Treatment in Northwest Arkansas 

What Is Gastroparesis? 

Gastroparesis is a medical condition that causes food to digest more slowly than normal. In a healthy digestive system, strong muscular contractions move food through the digestive tract. Gastroparesis occurs when stomach muscles don't work or work poorly, preventing the stomach from emptying properly. 

Treating Gastroparesis 

Diet modification, medications or tube feeding are common ways to treat gastroparesis. Diet changes may include increasing liquids, restricting fats and plant fiber and eating smaller meals more frequently to maintain adequate nutrition while minimizing symptoms.

Prescribed medications often consist of:

  • Prokinetic drugs to improve the rate of stomach emptying
  • Antiemetic drugs to control nausea and vomiting

For temporary or more severe symptoms, liquid nutrition is delivered directly to the stomach through a feeding tube. This process is also known as enteral nutrition. 

A New Approach to Treating Gastroparesis 

The Enterra System is designed to relieve nausea and vomiting symptoms associated with gastroparesis. By gently stimulating your stomach using a technique called gastric electrical stimulation (GES), this form of therapy can help patients return to their more comfortable lifestyle.

Unlike other surgical treatment options, Enterra Therapy is implantable, customizable and reversible. The procedure itself is minimally invasive and usually lasts one to two hours. 

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