Delaware’s 1st and Only Multi-Disciplinary Hernia Center

Surgeons with Proven Hernia Solutions

Experience Matters


Specializing in Advanced Techniques for Abdominal and Inguinal Hernias with both Open and Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery
We are committed to improving outcomes of hernia patients with thousands of surgical procedures performed in Delaware. Our practice is currently pursing and innovating both techniques and approaches to allow our patients the opportunity to achieve the best possible results. We have achieved this commitment with thousands of patients getting back to a healthy lifestyle.

Are You Concerned About A Hernia?

Nearly 5 million people in the United States today are living with hernias.

Our doctors incorporate new innovative technology materials and techniques in treating primary and recurrent hernias in patients.

Hernias are highly treatable and after successful treatment, our patients are able resume regular activities.

A common sign of a hernia is a bulge under the skin in the groin or abdomen area. You may also feel pain when you lift, cough or sneeze. Hernias affect men, women and children of all ages.

Our center is available to patients for consultation, surgical treatment or just to ask questions.

“Leading the Field in Hernia Repair”

“To provide exceptional state of the art patient centered care for all hernia patients. While also creating a multidisciplinary program which offers advanced and individually tailored treatment for the complex hernia patient that has failed traditional methods, or been turned down for operative care by other surgeons. We will provide a treatment strategy that is standardized on current evidence based technology and collaborative review of best practice patterns, that will optimize patient expectations and improve outcomes.”

– Christiana Hernia Center Mission Statement

Diagnosing a Hernia

While the symptoms of a hernia may include pain or a bulge, hernias are most often diagnosed during a physical exam. 

Sometimes a CT scan is required. 

Anyone diagnosed with a hernia should consider having hernia repair surgery. 

Only during consultation with your physician can the best plan be defined.