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January 2017
Recovering from GERD Surgery

Recovering from GERD Surgery

Plan to take it easy after surgery to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease. Most patients are in the hospital for up to three days, and even after discharge, you will need to rest and relax.
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December 2016
When surgery is necessary for GERD treatment

When surgery is necessary for GERD treatment

We've all had some type of acid regurgitation, but some people experience it chronically, and their symptoms are severe. GERD is gastroesophageal reflux disease, and its most common symptom is severe heartburn. Chronic GERD can damage the esophagus.
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When It's Time For Hernia Surgery

When It's Time For Hernia Surgery

A hernia is an unusual sac that forms by your abdominal cavity's inside lining, known as the peritoneum. This sac may come through a weak area in the stronger layer of your belly wall that is surrounded by muscle.
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Lifestyle Changes for GERD Treatment

Lifestyle Changes for GERD Treatment

​​​​​​​Making lifestyle changes can increase the quality of living daily life with GERD.  Here are a few tips to helping you manage your GERD symptoms.
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November 2016
Minimally Invasive Varicose Vein Treatment: Endovenous Ablations

Minimally Invasive Varicose Vein Treatment: Endovenous Ablations

Varicose veins can be unsightly and painful. They can limit your physical activities while making you feel self-conscious. If you are tired of being reminded of your varicose veins from the pain and discomfort each day, endovenous ablation might be the treatment for you.
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The 4 F's of Gallbladder Surgery

The 4 F's of Gallbladder Surgery

The gallbladder’s function is to store bile that is produced by the liver. For those with gallbladder disease, the bile has become too thick and concentrated and is not able to flow properly.
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What is Nissen Fundoplication?

What is Nissen Fundoplication?

Nissen fundoplication is a common surgical procedure used to treat GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) as well as hiatal hernias. It is often a last resort for patients with GERD, used only when other medical treatments have failed. For hiatal hernias, however, it is the most common surgical treatment.
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