What is a hernia?
The most common location for hernia is the abdomen. The abdominal wall, a sheet of tough muscle and tendon that runs down from the ribs to the legs at the groins, acts as the body’s corset. Its function, amongst other things, is to hold in the abdominal contents, principally the intestines.
If a weakness should open up in that wall, then the corset effect is lost and what pushes against it from the inside (the intestines) simply pushes through the opening. The ensuing bulge, which is often quite visible against the skin, is the hernia.
Our specialist clinic
Our specialist clinic London Hernia offers the finest treatment of hernias, utilising the latest techniques and surgeries, performed by expert Consultant Surgeons with experience performing tens of thousands of hernia surgeries. London Hernia was established as the only specialist hernia clinic that is part of a private hospital.
Being the most experienced specialist centre in the field, our philosophy is a patient centric approach. We aim to fully inform you of your options, and give you all the information you need to come to the best decision for you. Your well-being, comfort and satisfaction are paramount, and our goal is to exceed your expectations in all aspects of your care.
Unlike many other clinics we have consultants that are dedicated only to the treatment of hernias. This is unique and ensures you receive an unrivaled level of experience and experience from consultants that have performed a countless number of procedures between them.
From the time of your first contact with us to your complete recovery, your experience at our hands is tailored to your individual needs. Same day appointments are often available. Contact us today to find the next available appointment and start your road to recovery.