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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...

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...

Exercises to Stop a Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia, which occurs when the stomach presses up into the diaphragm, can vary in severity of pain and symptoms. Large he...

Weight Lifting & Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia occurs when a small part of your stomach pokes through a hole in the wall of your diaphragm. Your diaphragm is the...

How to Wear a Truss for an Abdominal Hernia

A hernia is caused by part an internal organ pushing through a weak area of muscle. Inguinal, or groin, hernias are the most commo...

Symptoms of a Sports Hernia

If you experience pain after making a great save that required you to twist your body, you may have a sports hernia. Also known as...

Can You Exercise with an Umbilical Hernia?

A hernia occurs when a structure or organ protrudes through a weak area of muscle. With an umbilical hernia, a part of the intesti...

Exercise and Inguinal Hernias

Hernias are a common affliction that can occur in men, women and children. More than 70 percent of all hernias are called inguinal...

Can I Exercise With a Hernia?

Hernias often occur when you've exerted your body to the point where the pressure is so extreme that a sac of lining pushes throug...

Incision Hernia Symptoms

An incisional hernia is a medical condition in which the intestine protrudes through an incision within the abdominal wall followi...
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