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All You Need to Know about Occult Hernia New York, NY

All You Need to Know about Occult Hernia

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If you’ve been experiencing unexplained groin pain or recurrent discomfort in the pelvic area, it’s crucial to seek medical attention. These symptoms could be attributed to various underlying medical conditions. One such condition is known as an occult hernia or hidden hernia. At Core Surgical in New York, our team of hernia specialists is well-equipped… Read More

5 Common Causes of Sports Hernias

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Sports hernia, or athletic pubalgia, is a common injury among athletes, particularly those participating in high-impact sports like football, hockey and soccer. While the name might suggest that this type of injury is specific to the groin area, a sports hernia can occur anywhere in the body’s core region. Core Surgical in New York City… Read More

Five Common Causes of Groin Pain

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Groin pain can be debilitating, affecting individuals’ daily activities and overall quality of life. At Core Surgical in the heart of Midtown, NYC, we understand the importance of identifying and addressing the underlying causes of groin pain. Today we will explore five leading causes of groin pain requiring comprehensive care and relief. With specialist treatment,… Read More

Could I Have an Epigastric Hernia?

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Are you experiencing pain or discomfort in your upper abdomen? Have you noticed a bulge or swelling in that area? You may be wondering if you have an epigastric hernia. Our specialists at Core Surgical in New York City explore the symptoms, causes and treatment options for this type of hernia. What is an Epigastric… Read More

Could Your Summertime Pain Be from Nerve Compression?

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Summer is a time for fun in the sun but it can also bring unpleasant side effects. Spending more time outdoors in sports, hiking, swimming or other pursuits can be exhilarating – until unexplained pain puts on the brakes. Are you experiencing sudden or worsening pain in your wrist, shoulder, neck back or other areas?… Read More

Things to Avoid After Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

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Typically brought about by hernias, trauma or prior surgeries, abdominal wall reconstruction is a surgical procedure that fixes flaws or weaknesses in the abdominal wall. Following post-operative instructions and adequately caring for yourself are essential to a successful recovery. In addition, several crucial things must be avoided after abdominal wall reconstruction. Doing so will promote… Read More

Do You Have Athletic Pubalgia?

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One of the most commonly misdiagnosed groin injuries is athletic pubalgia. This condition is often referred to as a sports hernia, but it is very different than other hernias in the groin area. If you have groin pain and seek diagnosis and treatment, many doctors may not recognize the signs of athletic pubalgia or know… Read More

How Can You Prevent a Lumbar Hernia?

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A lumbar hernia, or a flank hernia, occurs when tissue or an organ protrudes through a weakened area in the lower back muscles. It can cause significant pain, discomfort and a complication risk if left untreated. While there are many potential causes of a lumbar hernia, there are also steps you can take to help… Read More

How to Manage Your Hernia Symptoms with Lifestyle Changes

A hernia is a painful medical condition that is typically not life threatening, but does require immediate medical attention. While routine surgical intervention is commonly performed to treat this condition, there are a few things you can do on your own to feel better. Here are three lifestyle changes you can make to help you… Read More

Treatment Options for Nerve Compression Syndrome

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Repetitive motions and injuries can lead to painful pinched nerves in various areas of your body. This nerve compression syndrome can be temporary or permanent and requires an accurate diagnosis to help discover the best course of treatment. Here are three of the best treatment options available for nerve compression syndrome. Lifestyle Changes Making certain… Read More

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