Miami Hernia Center

Our primary goal is to make our patients feel better and achieve the best possible results

Welcome to our Practice

  • The Miami Hernia Center  located in Miami Beach, Florida is dedicated to the evaluation, diagnosis, management and treatment of all types of abdominal wall hernias, including inguinal (groin), umbilical (belly button), ventral, incisional (after a previous surgery), epigastric, femoral, recurrent and complex abdominal wall reconstructions

  • Our practice uses the newest techniques and materials in hernia surgery and a patient specific approach based on our extensive experience of over 1000 hernias repaired

  • Specialist in hernia care

  • Upfront pricing for patients with no insurance or high deductible. All inclusive package

  • We welcome patients from all parts of Florida, the US and all around the world

WHY CHOOSE US?

Miami Hernia Center

We only do Hernias

Phone 305 397 8236

Fax 786 923 0981

Good to know if you have any type of hernia

Inguinal hernia surgery

A hernia occurs when abdominal contents (such as fat or the intestines) protrude through a weakened area of the muscle and connective tissue that make up the abdominal wall. They can be found in many areas of the abdomen.

As the muscles get weaker abdominal contents are pushed into the hernia sac. Sometimes this can be intestines or fat.

Most surgeries can be done in an outpatient setting. For some bigger hernias, patients stay in the hospital one or more days.

Symptoms can vary from person to person. Some have virtually no symptoms, while others have significant symptoms.  The most common sign of a hernia is a bulge or lump. 

The lump may be painful and the pain may worsen when coughing, sneezing, lifting or standing for a long time. The lump may become bigger when coughing, bending or straining.

Other symptoms include nausea and vomiting.

A doctor can usually confirm the presence of a hernia during a physical exam. The mass may increase in size when the patient coughs, bends, lifts or strains the abdominal muscles.

A strangulated hernia occurs when the tissue gets trapped very tightly in the hernia and its blood supply is cut off. It is a surgical emergency

Hernias don't go away on their own. Only surgery can repair a hernia.

A mesh repair involves covering the hernial defect by placing the mesh on one of the layers of the abdominal wall 

Intestine with its blood supply cut off due to a hernia

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Inguinal (Groin Hernia)

$4,500

Umbilical Hernia

$4,500

Epigastric or Ventral Hernia

$4,500

Bilateral InguinalHernia

$7,500

All InclusiveUpfront Pricing

For patients with no insurance or high deductibles

 
 
 

For patients with

No Insurance or High deductibles

Everything included in the price. Surgeon's fee, anesthesia fee, facility fee and post-operative evaluation.  Only one bill. No hidden charges

Most Hernias $4500

ALL INCLUSIVE FLAT FEE HERNIA SURGERY

Miami Hernia Center

We Only Do Hernias

Contact Us

Contact us with any questions or concerns. We will respond promptly. info@miamiherniacenter.com

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4302 Alton Rd Suite 470
Miami Beach, FL 33140

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