Beebe’s board certified surgeons and surgical teams are here to help you navigate your hernia surgery and repair. Beebe is proud to offer advanced hernia repair procedures, both minimally invasive and robotically assisted.
With Beebe’s surgical teams, you can expect the latest in treatments in a comfortable and safe atmosphere, all while staying close to home.
Signs You Might Need Hernia Surgery
A hernia often appears as a bulge or a lump in your lower stomach or groin area. In some cases you may know what caused the hernia, however there are times when you do not know the exact cause of a hernia.
Men and women often experience hernias after lifting something heavy. This strain can cause a gap between the muscle layers of the abdomen. Through this gap, tissues that should remain in the abdomen then can go through and cause the bulge of a hernia.
Hernias can range from large to small. In most cases, hernias are a minor inconvenience, however some hernias can be life-threatening. It is important to talk to your provider as soon as you think you may have a hernia.
Treatment for Hernia
There are many different types of hernias. In many cases, surgery is the best treatment. Beebe offers both minimally invasive or laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as robotically assisted hernia surgery.
Some types of hernia treated at Beebe:
- Inguinal hernia
- Femoral hernia
- Umbilical hernia
- Epigastric hernia
- Ventral hernia
- Incisional hernia
- Parastomal hernia
- Spigelian hernia
Meet the Providers
Hernia Surgery: What to Expect
Your surgery team will discuss which type of hernia procedure is best for your specific hernia. Your surgeon will walk you through the procedure and answer any questions you might have.
Beebe offers hernia surgery at the Margaret H. Rollins Lewes Campus. In most cases, you may spend one night in the hospital, however some patients are able to go home the same day as surgery.
Beebe offers a variety of treatment options, including:
- Open hernia surgery
- Laparoscopic hernia surgery
- Robotic hernia surgery
- Complex/recurrent hernia repair
- Abdominal wall reconstruction
- Component muscle separation
- Management of mesh related complications
- Management of chronic pain after hernia surgery