Hernia Repair Paraumbilical

Hernia Repair Paraumbilical at Berkshire Independent Hospital

Paraumbilical and umbilical hernias, also known as 'belly button hernia' are common. A para-umbilical hernia will not heal by itself and the only way to get rid of it is by surgery. Paraumbilical and umbilical hernia repair surgery will reduce symptoms and reduce the risk of paraumbilical and umbilical hernia complications.

Ramsay Health Care UK have strict protocols in place in all of our hospitals to keep you safe when visiting.

Ramsay Health Care UK routinely perform paraumbilical and umbilical hernia repair surgery to relieve hernia symptoms and prevent hernia complications.

We have highly experienced surgeons who will advise on and discuss with you recommended treatment for your paraumbilical or your child’s umbilical hernia. They use the latest technologies and are experts in their speciality.

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