Hernia we Treat

  • Inguinal hernia (the most common): part of your bowel squeezes through your lower abdomen into the groin.

  • Femoral hernia:  fatty tissue or a part of the bowel pushes through into the groin at the top of the inner thigh.

  • Incision hernia:  tissue or the bowel pushes through a surgical wound in the abdomen.

  • Umbilical hernia:  fatty tissue or a part of the bowel pushes through the abdomen close to your belly button.

  • Epigastric hernia is when fatty tissue pushes through your abdomen, between the belly button and breastbone.

  • Spigelian hernia is when part of your bowel pushes through your abdomen by the stomach muscle below the belly button.

  • Muscle hernia is when part of your muscle pushes through the abdomen sometimes after a sports injury.

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