Our lung surgeons in Sarasota, FL — treat a range of thoracic conditions, including lung and esophageal cancers and chest wall tumors — with robotic technology.
Thoracic surgeons in Brandon, Florida
Our committed thoracic surgeons will find the right treatment for you so you can heal.
About our practice
Dr. Jess Dylan Schwartz has extensive specialty training in minimally invasive techniques, including robotic and video-assisted thoracic surgery. He has a special interest in thoracic malignancies and specializes in treating patients with lung cancer, esophageal cancer and mediastinal malignancies including thymoma and chest wall tumors.
Our practice offers surgical procedures using the latest advancements in medical technology. Our board-certified specialists perform robotic thoracic surgery and other minimally invasive procedures. Your doctor is always in control in robot-assisted surgery, and it has many benefits, including less pain, diminished scarring and quicker recovery time.
Specific surgical treatments we offer
Our team specializes in surgery of the lungs, esophagus and other chest organs. Surgeries we offer include:
- Achalasia treatment
- Anti-reflux surgery
- Bronchoscopic and minimally invasive management of lung nodules
- Hiatal hernia repair
- Management of complex esophageal disorders
- Minimally invasive lung cancer surgery
- Robotic esophageal surgery
- Robotic foregut surgery
- Robotic Heller Myotomy surgery for achalasia
- Robotic lung lobectomy
- Robotic lung segment resection
- Robotic mediastinal and chest wall lesion removal
- Robotic surgical treatment of lung cancer
- Robotic thymoma surgery
- Robotic upper abdominal surgery of the esophagus
Our specialized procedures
We are also proud to provide our surrounding communities with innovative procedures, including:
- Surgical interventions for large lung cancers and esophageal cancers after chemotherapy and radiation
- Advanced bronchoscopy (navigational bronchoscopy, stent and laser bronchoscopy)
- Surgical interventions for mediastinal masses and tumors