• The Challenge of Diagnosing Hernias in Women

  • When can I return to work after hernia repair surgery?

  • What are Sports Hernias and how are they repaired?

  • What to Do Once You’ve Been Diagnosed with a Hernia

  • Considering Scar Removal Surgery: What You Need to Know

  • Common Types of Hernias That May Cause You Pain

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The Challenge of Diagnosing Hernias in Women

Is chronic pelvic pain disrupting your life? If you’re a woman suffering from pain in your groin, abdomen, or inner thigh, but doctors can’t find the cause, it could be a hernia. Here’s what you need to know to get an accurate diagnosis and remedy.

Oct 18th, 2018
When can I return to work after hernia repair surgery?

There is a lot of discussion these days regarding the costs associated with healthcare, but often times these discussions omit some of the factors that patients actually find most important. One of these is the financial impact caused by having to take ti

Sep 14th, 2018
What are Sports Hernias and how are they repaired?

While an inguinal hernia in the groin is easy to detect from the bulge it creates, a sports hernia may not provide obvious signs but can still require surgery. Read on to discover all about sports hernias, and how to recover from them.

Aug 23rd, 2018
What to Do Once You’ve Been Diagnosed with a Hernia

A hernia diagnosis is oftentimes alarming to hear. However, hernias are very common but rarely life-threatening. Taking proactive steps after receiving a hernia diagnosis can aid in your recovery and ensure things go smoothly.

Jul 31st, 2018
Considering Scar Removal Surgery: What You Need to Know

Surgery can greatly decrease the appearance of scars, enough that you may eventually need a magnifying glass to spot them. Discover more about how a skilled surgeon can remove scars you thought you’d have to learn to live with.

Jun 19th, 2018
Common Types of Hernias That May Cause You Pain

While many hernias have few symptoms beyond a tell-tale bulge, others can be painful and even life-threatening. All hernias warrant medical evaluation to determine what other risk factors are present and how soon surgical intervention will be needed.

May 29th, 2018
How Do Gallstones Form?

If you’ve watched a family member deal with the pain and discomfort of gallstones, you no doubt want to know how to prevent them. The first step is understanding what causes gallstones.

Apr 26th, 2018
Signs You Might Need Gallbladder Surgery

The pain from a gallbladder attack can be sharp and intense. Upper abdominal pain occurring after eating and lasting anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours is often a sign you have gallstones — the most common affliction of this organ.

Mar 30th, 2018
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