Ft. Worth, Texas – Hernias can be slow to show themselves – a little discomfort and pain – before obvious symptoms like an abnormal protrusion, or bulging out, reveal itself. Many patients may try to live with a hernia, but surgery will become necessary as hernias do not heal themselves and continue to grow.
If you think you or a loved one may have a hernia and would like to learn more about treatment options, join Medical City Alliance at 3025 N Tarrant Pkwy, Suite 370, Ft. Worth 76177, for a FREE Hernia Seminar on Thursday, February 22 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Please register by visiting the website, or calling 844-497-6362.
Several surgeons participating in the Medical City Alliance Hernia Center will present information on the different types of hernias, treatment options, including minimally invasive robotic surgery, and recovery expectations.
“Advancements in hernia repair, especially those related to robotic surgery, have impacted the way we repair hernias,” said Dr. Bala Sambandam. “Many patients experience far less pain and recovery time than they expected. While the mindset in the past has been to simply live with a hernia, with these advancements in treatment, we are now recommending patients seek surgical options as soon as possible.”
Medical City Alliance is a member of the Texas Institute for Robotic Surgery, which means surgeons are skilled in using leading edge surgical robots and have access to the world’s leading robotic surgery database.
About Medical City Alliance
Medical City Alliance is a full-service, 75-bed, acute care facility serving the communities of Fort Worth, Keller, Roanoke, Haslet, Saginaw and surrounding communities in northern Tarrant county and southern Denton county. The hospital offers a variety of services, specializing in women’s, cardiology, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery, and emergency care. Medical City Alliance is a “green” facility, silver LEED certified for environmental and energy efficiency.
Medical City Alliance is part of Medical City Healthcare.