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Diaphragmatic Hernia Complications

The term hernia refers to the protrusion of an organ through an opening in the wall that normally contains it. In a diaphragmatic ...

Caffeine & Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia is a condition in which upper part of the stomach pushes upward into the chest, through an opening in the diaphrag...

Hiatal Hernia Neck Exercises

Although a hiatal hernia occurs at the joining of the stomach and diaphragm, the pain can radiate to your neck and chest. This can...

Symptoms of a Bilateral Hernia

Hernias are the result of weakness in the muscles in the abdominal walls. This causes pieces of abdominal fat or small intestine t...

Signs of a Strangulated Hiatal Hernia

A hernia is characterized by the protrusion of an internal organ or a body part through an opening into an area where the organ or...

Physiotherapy Exercises and Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia is a condition that occurs when a portion of your stomach protrudes through the opening in your diaphragm and esop...

How to Cleanse Your Bowels Before a Hernia Operation

Hernias are not an extraordinary occurrence -- over 700,000 Americans have hernia repairs annually, states Harvard Medical School....

Chiropractic Care of a Hiatal Hernia & Vagus Nerves

The hiatus is an opening in your diaphragm muscle that allows your food pipe to pass through to your stomach. A hiatal hernia happ...

Incisional Hernia & Pilates

An incisional hernia, also known as a ventral hernia, occurs when scar tissue from a previous incision weakens your abdomen muscle...

Incarcerated Hernia Symptoms

A hernia most frequently occurs when the intestinal tract abnormally pushes through a weak area along the muscular abdominal wall....
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