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Umbilical Hernia: What You Need To Know

An umbilical hernia is quite common in infants and newborns, but adults can be affected too. It develops when part of the bowel (intestines) or fatty tissue presses through a weak spot in the abdominal wall near the navel. Let’s find out more about an umbilical hernia: what you need to know.

Inguinal Hernia: What You Need To Know

If you’ve been told you have an inguinal hernia, here is what you need to know. The first thing you should know is that it is a common condition, and secondly, it won’t go away on its own.

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.

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.

Parastomal Hernia: What You Need To Know

Fifty to seventy-eight percent of patients who have a colostomy or ileostomy have a complication known as a parastomal hernia. Let’s investigate what a parastomal hernia is and what you need to know if you develop one.

Does A Ventral Hernia Need To Be Repaired?

If you are diagnosed with a ventral hernia, at some point it will need to be repaired. It may not be urgent at the moment, but eventually certain circumstances will discourage any procrastination.

What To Expect Before And After Hernia Surgery

Hernias occur when tissues or an organ push through a weak spot in the connecting tissue or muscle wall. Since hernias do not get better by themselves, sometimes your doctor will recommend surgery to treat your hernia. Here is what to expect before and after hernia surgery.

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,

Why You Should Never Ignore Hernia Symptoms

Hernias usually start off small and have no symptoms, but with time many grow larger. Once you begin to have pain and discomfort, pay attention. Here are several reasons why you should never ignore hernia symptoms.

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