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Successfully treating hernia through diet, lifestyle changes, medication and if required laser and laparoscopic surgery.
Evidence based treatment for:
  • Inguinal hernia  |  Femoral hernia
  • Umbilical hernia  |  Incisional hernia
  • Epigastric hernia  |  Hiatal hernia
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01 Inguinal hernia

An inguinal hernia occurs when a small portion of the bowel bulges out through the inguinal canal-a passage or opening through the muscles of the abdominal (belly) wall-into the groin. The bulge usually contains tissue lining the inside of the abdomen as well as fatty tissue from inside the abdomen. Or it may contain a loop of intestine. There are two types of inguinal hernias: Direct and Indirect.

02 Femoral hernia

A femoral hernia occurs when tissue bulges from the lower belly into the upper thigh, just below the groin crease. Femoral hernias occur more often in women than in men.Pain from a femoral hernia is usually felt in the groin area. It is sometimes mistaken for an inguinal hernia. A femoral hernia can be hard to diagnose.

03 Umbilical hernia

An umbilical hernia occurs when intestine, fat, or fluid pushes through a weak spot in the belly. This causes a bulge near the belly button, or navel. Umbilical hernias can also occur in people who have health problems that create pressure in the belly, such as being overweight, being pregnant, or having too much fluid in the belly.

04 Incisional hernia

An incisional hernia can occur after surgery in the belly. It can happen months or even years after surgery. Most of the time, it occurs along a vertical (up and down) incision. This type of hernia can occur in people who: Are very overweight, Are older, Have used steroid medicines, Have had lung problems after surgery, Have had a wound infection after surgery or have had more than one surgery using the same incision.

05 Epigastric hernia

Epigastric hernias are lumps or bulges that occur in the upper part of the abdominal wall - in an area known as the epigastrium, which is above the navel and just below the breastbone. Epigastric hernias can be present from birth. They may vary in size, and it is possible to have more than one epigastric hernia at a time.

Typically, an epigastric hernia is small, with only the lining of the abdomen breaking through the surrounding tissue. Larger hernias, however, may cause fatty tissue or part of the stomach to push through.

06 Hiatal hernia

A hiatal hernia is different from other types of hernias, because it involves the stomach instead of the intestine. It occurs when part of your stomach bulges up through your diaphragm and into your chest. The diaphragm is a sheet of muscle that separates your belly from your chest. You can't feel a hiatal hernia or see a bulge.

Most people with a hiatal hernia have no symptoms. But one symptom you may have is heartburn. If you often have symptoms, or if they are very bad, you may also have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). A hiatal hernia can lead to GERD. It's common to have both problems at the same time.


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Our Team of Gastroenterologist

Dr. Govind Verma

Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist

Dr. Phani Krishna

Surgical Gastroenterologist and Liver Transplant Surgeon

Dr. M Sudhir

Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist

Dr. V Vamsidhar

Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist

Dr. Patwadi Ajay

Laparoscopic, GI and Bariatric Surgeon

About Pace Hospitals

PACE Hospitals is a super specialty hospital focused on tertiary care services in the field of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Nephrology, Urology, GI Oncology and Andrology in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. A forerunner in the domain of gastro and uro care which started its journey only six years back, it offers outstanding, yet affordable healthcare facilities, expert clinical care backed by cutting-edge research in biomedical sciences and sustainable outreach programs for the local communities in both urban and rural areas. 

PACE also works as a standalone center for allied specialties in Cardiology, ENT, Orthopaedics, General Medicine & Diabetology, General Surgery, Critical Care, Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, and Gynaecology.

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