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Recognized Groin Pain and Sports Hernia Expert

Renowned Sports Hernia and
Groin Pain Specialists

Pelvic, abdominal and groin pain can be caused by complex issues requiring specialized medical treatment. The experienced team at Core Surgical includes board certified, renowned specialists that offer cutting-edge treatments for complex hernias and groin injuries. Dr. Mark Zoland and Dr. Joseph Iraci lead our team of pelvic and groin medical professionals at our surgical centers in New York and New Jersey.

At Core Surgical, our mission is to provide the highest level of personalized surgical care to patients. As a group of board certified surgeons, our team has over 50 years of clinical experience. We apply this experience to provide the highest level of care in areas of expertise such as hernia repair, sports hernia repair, groin pain, pelvic pain, and sports-related groin and pelvic injuries. We perform both open and laparoscopic surgeries, utilizing the most advanced medical technology and innovative techniques to achieve the best results for patients.

Dr. Mark P. Zoland M.D., F.A.C.S.

Mark P. Zoland,M.D., F.A.C.S

Dr. Mark Zoland received his bachelor’s degree from Columbia University, and his medicine degree from Cornell University Medical College in 1993. He has been Board Certified and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons since 2001. His areas of expertise include minimally invasive and laparoscopic surgery, laparoscopic and conventional hernia surgery, specialization in sports hernia surgery, and abdominal surgery.

How it Works

The key is for our team of professionals to gain a clear
understanding of the patient and then develop a treatment.

For patients interested in surgery, we recommend scheduling a consultation to go over the condition and possible options. We also take care of patients who have had prior surgery, as re-operative surgery is one of our areas of expertise.

Surgery can solve a lot of health issues, but may not be able to treat all of the symptoms. That is why a consultation is the best first step. We can also go over the entire treatment process with the patient to help ensure that there is no confusion.

Groin Pain
and Hernia Repair Surgeons

Groin pain, athletic pubalgia (sports hernia), hernias and pelvic pain are complex in nature. Our specialists at Core Surgical can provide expertise in diagnosing the source of groin or pelvic pain and determining the best treatment option. We offer open and laparoscopic surgery for hernia repair, abdominal wall reconstruction, adductor repair and sports hernia repairs, as well as non-surgical treatment recommendations.

Our medical team works together, perfecting techniques and sharing information, in order to offer patients a surgical experience that goes above and beyond typical care. Our practice is operated within the pillars of safety and experience to improve results and reduce risks for patients. Our skilled doctors and surgeons customize treatment for each patient, striving to create the best outcome for each individual based on their unique condition.

Whether you are a parent of a child with a congenital hernia that requires repair or a professional athlete that needs sports hernia repair to get back in the game, contact us at Core Surgical. We offer advanced treatment options for groin and pelvic pain relief, as well as hernia repair, sports hernia repair, and other complex procedures at our medical centers in Midtown Manhattan and New Jersey. We treat patients coming from the tri-state area and beyond, including patients throughout the United States and other countries.

Core Surgical - inside of the building
Deciphering Groin and Pelvic Pain by Mark Zoland, MD, FACS - book cover
Core Surgical - front of the building

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