Dr. Garza is among 29 distinguished U.S. surgeons designated as an Epicenter Surgeon. Surgeons from all over the U.S. fly in to watch Dr. Garza perform surgery and learn state of the art techniques in the robotic management of complex and benign hysterectomy, myomectomy, endometriosis, pelvic floor prolapse and other surgeries.
Dr Garza is recognized nationally and internationally for his contribution to develop Single-Site DaVinci Surgery for use in Gynecology.
He also regularly instructs Advanced and Masters level Robotic Surgery, and accepts referrals for complex cases. Dr Garza also teaches Advanced and Masters robotic training courses for new and experienced robotic surgeons. He participated as faculty at World Robotics Gynecologic Congress (WRGC) and the American Association of Laparoscopic Gynecologists (AAGL) where he presented on the new reduced port and Single Site technology platform to an international audience of robotic surgeons, and instruct surgeons on hands-on training.
"Single Incision Robotic Hysterectomy provides me with a complete single surgical platform to offer my patients. This is an amazingly cosmetic approach to their laparoscopic surgery. Not every patient will be a candidate for a single incision approach, but many will find that they can have their surgery performed in this way."
Da Vinci® Surgery is the latest technological platform providing safe and effective minimally invasive surgery- giving more options for millions of women needing surgery. "The 3-D vision and wristed articulation of instrumentation produces increased precision and less discomfort for my patients."
Dr. Garza named as a 2020 Austin Monthly Top Doctor for Women!
Each year, Austin Monthly recognizes outstanding physicians in Travis, Hays and Williamson counties in their magazine and on austinmonthly.com. Through an online survey, physicians were asked who they would trust with medical care for themselves or their family members, and whose work they have personally witnessed. After tallying the results, the top 10 to 15 percent of vote recipients in each practice area are selected and the final list is submitted for fact-checking, which includes a review of good standing among medical boards.