Author: The Hernia Coach

Hernia Surgical Repair: The Primary Non-Mesh Alternatives

NON-MESH HERNIA REPAIR TECHNIQUES Suturing repair “Non-mesh hernia repair is also known as tissue or suturing repair. Examples include primary closure of a small umbilical hernia or inguinal hernia repair using the Shouldice, Bassini, McVay and Desarda techniques.” (Source: HERNIA REPAIR TECHNIQUES: Non-Mesh) 1) Shouldice Technique 2) Bassini Technique 3) McVay Technique 4) Desarda Technique (Tension-free repair)   Other surgical repair techniques… Read more →

Hernia Surgery Can Have Complications

HERNIA SURGERY COMPLICATIONS Beverly Hills Hernia Center Any operation, including for hernias, has inherent risks and complications. Surgery should not be taken lightly. This is not “minor” surgery.  That said, most outpatient hernia repairs are considered low-risk.  We see a lot of complicated, high-risk patients and so their hernia or hernia-related operations are usually not low-risk. Each patient has their own… Read more →

5 Exercises to Heal Diastasis Recti

by ALYSA BAJENARU It’s the first of the month, so Wendy Powell is back with some fitness tips!  Here she is with 5 exercises to heal diastasis. What exercises will really work to fix a Diastasis? As promised I am giving you 5 of my very favorite exercises for healing, reconnecting and restoring your core. As I explained in my… Read more →

Hatha Yoga and Natural Hernia Remediation

How Yoga Postures Can Help Prevent Hernias by Meera Watts It has been found that yoga can reduce the symptoms in hernias such as pain. Also, within preliminary studies, it has been proven that the aggravating factors of hernias are less frequent. Hernias can be painful, uncomfortable and last a long period of time. While there are surgeries to temporarily fix… Read more →

Yin Disease: A Condition Frequently Present With Hernias

YIN DISEASE by The Writers Group © December 2016, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.   All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.    Definition.  Yin disease is a term to describe a constellation of symptoms that often appear together and are related… Read more →

Yin Conditions, Candida Overgrowth and Mold Allergies

CHRONIC  YEAST  INFECTIONS by Dr. Lawrence Wilson © September 2014, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc. All information in this article is for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition. Yeasts, molds and fungi are one-celled organisms that are ever-present in the environment.  Beneficial ones include brewers yeast, bakers yeast… Read more →

PROBIOTICS: A Necessary Digestive Tract Aid For Holistic Hernia Remediation

Probiotics, How Do They Work, What Are Their Benefits & Side Effects and What are The Best Probiotics Foods & Supplements? by Health Ambition Probiotics are likely something you’ve heard about if you’ve done any type of research on health and wellness over the last few years. They’re kind of a big deal these days, and with good reason. Though medical… Read more →

Warming and cooling characteristics of common foods

Ping Ming Health Each food has its own characteristics. In very ancient times Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners used specific foods to balance the body’s yin and yang and to treat disease. The ancient Chinese medicine practitioners discovered that most foods have either cooling or warming characteristics. When you eat cooling foods, they are adding cooling effects to your body and… Read more →