All of our surgeons are specially trained in laparoscopic surgery techniques to correct all types of hernias. These laparoscopic techniques offer the added benefits of a shorter operating time, less pain, and shorter recovery.
Dr. Josh Roller, Dr. Yong Kwon, Dr. Jaime Dutton, Dr. Noe Rodriguez, and Dr. Jessica Pries specialize in using minimally invasive techniques to diagnose and treat hernia-related disorders. Inguinal hernias, a common type of hernia, especially in men, presents as a bulge in the groin that becomes more prominent while coughing, straining, or rising to stand.
Dr. Roller, Dr. Kwon, Dr. Jaime Dutton, Dr. Pries and Dr. Rodriguez also specialize in hiatal hernia surgery. A hiatial hernia is the protrusion of the upper part of the stomach into the thorax through a tear or weakness in the diaphragm and is more common in morbidly obese individuals.
A sports hernia is a painful, soft tissue injury, usually affecting the oblique muscles in the lower abdomen or groin area. Sports or activities that involve planting the feet and twisting with maximum exertion can cause a tear in the soft tissue called a “sports hernia.” Most commonly found in football players.