For Those Without Insurance

For those who don’t want to take part in the clinical trial, Houston Robotic Hernia Surgery has the most affordable fee in the nation.

Please call our office for pricing.

The total costs are often $15,000 to $20,000 BELOW standard charges that most surgeons and hospitals charge.

Many operations (which include Inguinal,Umbilical, Epigastric or Incisional Hernias) are performed through a Non-tension technique with Meshes. Another technique for Inguinal hernia repair is called the SHOULDICE technique. It also has a good tract record.


Most insurance plans cover the treatment of hernia. Specific coverage will depend on the details within your policy.



We’re pleased to offer our patients the CareCredit card. The CareCredit card is just as easy to use as a regular credit card, but it’s designed specifically for your health and beauty needs. Best of all, CareCredit offers 0% financing, convenient payment plans and no hidden costs. You can even use your CareCredit card over and over for follow-up appointments.


Clinical Treatments

Dr. Garza often participates in hernia research protocols that may offer compensation to patients included in the studies. These studies are all IRB reviewed and approved. For more information please contact us at (713) 932-1001.

Hospital and Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC)

With patient safety and convenience in mind, all surgeries are performed in only a licensed Hospital or Ambulatory Surgical Center. Our center is equipped to handle surgical emergencies and is staffed by Board Certified Anesthesiologists that can handle Cardiac and Pulmonary complications. None of these procedure are performed in a doctor’s office but in a fully staffed Ambulatory Surgical Center or Hospital.

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If you have any questions or comments, or if you want to learn more about the services we provide, please call us at 713-932-1001. For a consultation, or to setup an appointment click here.

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