A hernia specialist examines symptoms of a hernia before prescribing hernia repair treatment. Hernias are generally located in the abdomen of a patient. In fewer cases, they can also be felt in the groin or upper thighs. Although hernias are not life-threatening, if left untreated, they can create complications and problems in the future. Dr. Dasari performs hernia repair in Las Vegas. He is affiliated with Desert Springs Hospital, Spring Valley Hospital, Valley View Surgery Center, and Flamingo Surgery Center to provide his patients the best surgical care closest to them.
The main symptom of a hernia is a bulge in the abdomen that is clearly visible. Other symptoms include, heartburn, cough, and swallowing difficulties. The sensation of dragging or weakness and pressure in the groin area are all symptoms of hernia. If you are suffering from any of the symptoms described, schedule a consultation with a hernia surgeon in Las Vegas.
Umbilical hernia: This hernia appears as a bulge in the belly button.
Ventral hernias: Hernia in the abdomen which appears around the wall of the abdomen are called ventral hernias.
Inguinal hernia: Hernia that appears in the groin area.
Incisional hernia: These hernias are developed by the weakened tissue that can be a result of incisions from any old surgery.
Hiatal hernia: This hernia is felt when the stomach moves through the diaphragm into the lung cavity.
Chronic hernias: Recurring hernias that have been repaired in the past but still need treatment.
Traumatic injury hernias: Any hernias which are a result of injuries of impact.
Parastomal hernia: For patients with stomas and ostomies, the tissue that covers the intestinal passage becomes weak which leads to the creation of parastomal hernia.
Sports hernias: Hernias developed as an effect of an injury or a strain in the hip ligaments or groin