Center for Advanced Surgery Colorectal, GI and Endocrine Surgery

Center for Advanced Surgery Colorectal, GI and Endocrine Surgery

Hernia Specialist in Westchester, NY

Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery

55 Palmer Avenue, First Floor
Bronxville, NY 10708
Fax: 1-914-787-5056

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Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery
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Hernia Specialist in Westchester, NY

Experienced Hernia Specialists in Westchester, NY


Do you need a hernia specialist in the Westchester, New York area? Call the Lawrence Hospital Center for advanced surgery to request a consultation with one of our hernia specialists today.


According to the National Center for Health Statistics, five million Americans suffer from abdominal hernias annually. A hernia is a penetration of any part of an organ through its encapsulating muscular tissue or membrane. It is typically accompanied by pain or a lump in the target area, or a decreased functionality in the organ involved. To find out more about hernia care, and what our team can do for you, call to request an appointment with a hernia specialist today.


Common Hernia Treatments:


Hernias range in severity from barely noticeable to life threatening, depending on the organs involved. Because there are many different kinds of hernias, it takes the care of a hernia specialist to determine the best course of treatment. In many cases, this will include surgery. Minimally invasive surgery is often used for a quick recovery time with minimal complications. Often an overnight stay is not required, and hernia surgery can be performed as an outpatient surgery.


Common Types of Hernias and the Areas They Affect:



  • Inguinal and Femoral Hernias: Both affect the groin area.

  • Incisional Hernia: Forms along the site of a surgical incision.

  • Epigastric and Umbilical Hernias: Both affect the abdominal area near the belly button.

  • Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: This birth defect can allow abdominal organs to slide into the chest cavity.

  • Hiatal Hernia: Allows the stomach to slip into the chest cavity.


Take the first step today. If you are seeking Hernia Treatment in the Westchester, New York area, contact the the Lawrence Hospital Center for Advanced Surgery to request a consultation with a hernia specialist today.