Hernias do not heal on their own and require surgery to prevent health complications
A hernia, or rupture, is a weakness or defect in the wall of the abdomen. A hernia will not heal on its own; hernia surgery is needed to repair the defect in the abdomen wall. If not treated, a hernia can get larger and can also lead to serious health complications.
Hernia surgery can be done quickly and safely to repair various types of hernias, including hiatal hernias, Bochdalek hernias, Morgagni hernias and abdominal wall hernias.
The experienced hernia surgeons here handle the more complex, large and recurrent hernias with newer techniques, including robotic surgery. They use the latest tools and materials for hernia repair that lead to lower recurrences and fewer complications.