Hernia Treatments & Surgery
How Devasya Hospital helps to cure Hernia?
Devasya Hospital offers specialized treatment for hernia, including Hernioplasty Laparoscopic. Hernioplasty is a surgical procedure that repairs a hernia using laparoscopic techniques. This minimally invasive approach involves making small incisions and inserting a laparoscope and specialized instruments to repair the hernia.
Devasya Hospital stands out in providing the best treatment for hernias. With a team of experienced surgeons and state-of-the-art facilities, they ensure optimal outcomes for patients. The hospital's commitment to personalized care and patient satisfaction makes them a trusted choice for hernia treatment.
With a dedicated team of experienced surgeons and a commitment to delivering quality care, Devasya Hospital ensures excellent surgical outcomes and provides comprehensive treatment options for hernias. Patients can trust in their expertise and personalized approach to receive the best possible care for their hernia condition.
Hernias are often caused by a combination of muscle weakness and increased pressure on the affected area. Factors that can contribute to hernia development include heavy lifting, persistent coughing, obesity, pregnancy, straining during bowel movements, or previous surgical incisions.
The diagnosis of a hernia is typically based on a physical examination by a healthcare professional. Imaging tests like ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI may be ordered to confirm the diagnosis or assess the size and extent of the hernia.
Common symptoms of a hernia include a noticeable bulge or lump at the site of the hernia, discomfort or pain (especially during physical activity or when lifting heavy objects), aching or burning sensation at the site, and sometimes a feeling of pressure or weakness in the affected area.
Early signs of a hernia may include intermittent pain or discomfort in the area, a visible or palpable bulge that can be pushed back in, or mild discomfort during physical exertion.
Complications of a hernia may include strangulation, where the blood supply to the herniated tissue is compromised, leading to severe pain and tissue damage. If left untreated, this can be a life-threatening condition and requires immediate medical attention.
Preventive measures for hernia include maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding excessive lifting or straining, practicing good posture, and taking steps to manage conditions that can contribute to increased abdominal pressure, such as chronic cough or constipation.