Crispi’s philosophy originated in 1979, when Dr. Claudio Crispi began to practice his profession. As a scholar and visionary, he saw in the minimally invasive techniques a promising solution for the surgical treatment of his patients.
Only later in 1995, having already reached his professional maturity he decided to dedicate himself to the teaching of laparoscopy and hysteroscopy, and founded the Francesco Viscomi Study and Research Center for this purpose.
The two aspects: medical and didactic, which occurred for almost 20 years in parallel, merged in 2015 with the official creation of Crispi Institute, now based in Rio de Janeiro.
With large hospitals and the most modern technologies in their procedures, including robots, Crispi Institute uses a minimally invasive philosophy as a method, offering patients an excellent aesthetic effect and a quick recovery.
But none of this would be possible without highly trained professionals. Therefore general surgeons, coloproctologists, gynecologists, urologists, nurses, psychologists, physiotherapists, clinicians and anesthesiologists led by Dr. Cláudio Crispi form one of the best and most complete multidisciplinary teams in the country.
Expertise at the service of teaching
And that's not all! Always concerned with the service’s quality, this team is at the forefront of publications and Gynecological Endoscopy Treatises that are world references in the subject today. Besides an intense work of qualifying surgeons in one of the most traditional and renowned Training Complexes in Minimally Invasive Surgeries in Latin America.
Pathologies that Crispi Institute treats using Minimally Invasive Surgery techniques
Crispi Institute of Minimally Invasive Surgeries has a wide variety of PREMIUM SERVICES to assist our patients with excellence and quality compatible with the best medical centers in the world.
Our partnerships with the main hospitals and reference clinics in Rio de Janeiro guarantee that our patients have at their disposal all the quality, technology, comfort and exclusivity in their medical procedures, thus guaranteeing a very high level experience!
Endometriosis can present itself in several ways, but its main symptom is disabling menstrual cramps.
Myoma is the usual term for benign tumors called uterine leiomyomas, also known as fibromas or fibroids.
Adenomyosis is a benign condition, but it often requires radical interventions, such as hysterectomy (removal of the uterus).
The endometrial polyp is a major contributor to excessive uterine bleeding, it can also make pregnancy difficult.
Ovarian masses - cysts or tumors - are responsible for surgical procedures in up to 10% of women.
Many risk factors have been identified in endometrial cancer, mainly linked to lifestyle and diet.
Cronic Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain is characterized by disabling pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis, lasting six months or more.
About Dr. Cláudio Crispi
Dr. Cláudio Crispi is a gynecologist renowned in the most modern minimally invasive techniques, with extensive experience in monitoring and treating endometriosis, offering patients a differentiated multidisciplinary service. He is a reference in medical publications and in the training of surgeons.Curriculum vitae
Concerned about the devastating effects of the disease, the Crispi Institute is at the forefront of one of the largest national campaigns for awareness of endometriosis.