GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX AND HIATAL HERNIA SURGERY
This type of surgery is performed to prevent food being sent back from the stomach to the oesophagus.
Sometimes the pillars of the diaphragm do not close properly and this may cause hiatus hernias, giving rise to a burning sensation in the stomach and throat, coughing and difficulty swallowing food. The most severe cases may involve breathing discomfort. Surgery offers a very high degree of safety and effectiveness and can put an end to the problems.