Surgical operations and conditions

GALLSTONES are common but not everyone gets symptoms. Symptomatic gallstone disease is usually an indication for treatment often by surgery.

 

HIATUS HERNIA and GORD are commonly associated but most people are best treated by non-surgical means. For some people, surgery is appropriate.

 

Abdominal wall HERNIAS are very common. Many people with this condition prefer to have surgery to treat it.

 

The links below take you to the NHS choices website for unbiased information:

I work at:

Private surgical practice:

The Woodland Hospital

Kettering NN16 8XF

 

NHS surgical practice

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Rothwell Road

Kettering NN16 8XF

Contact:

If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us:

Woodland Hospital

01536 414515

Kettering Genneral Hospital

01536 492615

 

 

mail@taylorsurgery.co.uk

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