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Minimally Invasive Robotic Hernia Repair: What You Should Know

Hernia repair has come a long way, from the large incisions, open surgery technique, combined with a lengthy post surgery recovery time. You can now have hernia repair surgery performed through less invasive procedures, namely, either laparoscopically or now minimally invasive robotic hernia repair.

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Preparing Your Home For Post Surgery Recovery

The recovery time after surgery can be almost as important as the surgery itself. Unless you prepare ahead of time and follow your doctor’s orders, you can create situations which lead to complications, another surgery, or maybe a longer recovery time. Put some thought into preparing your home for post surgery recovery.

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Everything You Should Know About Abdominal Wall Hernias

When there is a weakness in the abdominal wall, an abdominal wall hernia can develop. The muscles and tissue of the abdominal wall provide strength and hold in all the contents of the abdominal cavity. If there is an opening in the wall, it can allow the inside to press through creating a hernia. Commonly, there is pain with a hernia, and if you think you might have one, here is everything you should know about abdominal wall hernias.

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COVID-19 Updates

Now Offering Daily E-Visits!

We are proud to be the first in Michigan to offer telemedicine evaluation for hernia and abdominal core health. Scheduling is easy, so give Rebekah or Megan a call at (248) 551-9090 today!

We are back up and running and doing elective surgery! Because this is a tough time, we are happy to accommodate you both in-office and via telemedicine as needed. 

We continue monitoring COVID-19 and applying the most up-to-date guidance from the CDC, as well as county and state health officials. Our team is trained to prevent the spread of disease within our hospitals and facilities.

Lifestyle Changes To Make After Hernia Surgery

Just because you have had one hernia and been treated, doesn’t mean you can’t get another one. Yes, you heard that right, hernias can come back or recur. You can avoid that from happening by practicing lifestyle changes to make after hernia surgery. Keep reading to discover what those are and how they can help. As always, we hope to offer you a durable and safe hernia repair without recurrence and strive to track our outcomes with the Americas Core Health Quality Collaborative.

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