After Courtney had her hernia repaired by the expert surgeons at Peconic Bay Medical Group General Surgery, she was quickly back doing the things she loved the most.
Minimally invasive hernia repair can get you back to the bigger things in life
It’s the little things in life…
A busy accountant, Alfred's time is precious. After complex surgery by the hernia repair experts at Peconic Bay Medical Group General Surgery, he felt simply wonderful. Within a week he was pain free and back in business.
Minimally invasive hernia repair can get you back in business quickly.
An exercise in good judgement
An active physical trainer, Frank was anxious to get back in action. Thanks to robotic-assisted hernia repair at the Kanas Center for Advanced Surgery, he was home in time for lunch, and back at the gym in no time.
Minimally invasive hernia repair can get you back in action before you know it.
The East End’s experts in hernia repair
With four full-time board-certified surgeons and one of the Northeast’s most advanced surgical pavilions, the Peconic Bay Medical Group provides expert hernia repair treatment for the full range of hernia conditions.
Using advanced, minimally invasive surgical technologies, most hernia repairs can be performed on an outpatient basis, with no overnight hospital stay and minimal downtime or missed workdays.
Thanks to the broad capabilities and experience of our surgeons, even the most complicated hernia conditions can be repaired successfully.
Learn the signs of a hernia
Weakness, pressure, burning, or pain in the abdomen, groin, or scrotum
A bulge or lump in the abdomen, groin, or scrotum that disappears when you lie down
Pain when lifting, straining or coughing
The feeling that something has ruptured
Digestive distress and/or acid reflux
Many hernias go undiagnosed and untreated
Hernias are much more common than most people think. They pose problems for women and children as well as men.
They are often ignored as minor inconveniences. Or mistaken for other problems, such as gas, or irritable bowel syndrome.
But hernias do not go away on their own. Left untreated, they can cause serious complications.
Despite the claims of some Internet sites, hernias can only be repaired through surgery.
Hernias can be caused by:
Lifting heavy objects
Hernias do not go away on their own.
If left untreated, they can cause serious complications.
If you think you may have a hernia, call your doctor immediately.
Or contact the Peconic Bay Medical Group General Surgery