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Are you concerned about a Hernia?

Nearly 5 million people in the U.S. are living with an abdominal wall hernia.

In today’s economy with fewer people being able to afford health insurance, the Houston Hernia Center offers the most affordable treatment for Inguinal groin, Umbilical belly button and Abdominal wall hernias. The Non-Tension Mesh Hernia repair technique with a mesh offers the most optimal and affordable care for patients across the nation and International patients as well.

Most hernias at the Houston Hernia Center are treated in an outpatient center and discharged to home on the same day. We offer 0% financing for those without insurance.

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Dr. Jim S. Garza, M. D.

Dr. Jim S. Garza, M. D., completed his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University. He attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. After graduation from medical school, he was accepted into and completed a highly competitive surgical residency first in general surgery, and then in thoracic and cardiac surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine affiliated hospitals.

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What our happy patients are saying…

In 2006 I had to undergo a complex abdominal surgery which saved my life, but which eventually left me with a large incisional hernia. Frankly, this hernia scared me. It had obviously gotten worse with time and I was afraid that I was getting close to a rupture that would require emergency surgery. I decided …

SM, Age 61

I was diagnosed with a hernia; the hospital I was at took me into surgery where I was cut open and the hernia was stitched closed. I spent 10 weeks at home packing the wound with sterile water and gauze, unable to work for risk of infection. About 3 months later, the hernia started to …

Carlos, Age 39

My dad had hernia surgery three times, so when I started to feel a little bump at the bottom of my abdomen, I knew what was happening. I just couldn’t ignore it any longer.

Jim, Age 51

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