A hernia occurs when there is a protrusion of an internal organ through the muscle wall as the result of a weakening around the border.

As the organ pushes through the barrier, an individual may experience anything from mild discomfort to significant pain. The most common types of hernia are groin, sports hernia, and incisional hernia. Surgery is the only way to repair a groin (or inguinal) hernia. Traditionally, surgeons repaired hernias with open surgery, which would require a large incision in the abdomen. However, the team at the Institute for Robotic Surgery at Hudson Regional Hospital uses robotic technology to assist patients in their hernia surgeries using less invasive approaches.

Mazor Robotics

Hudson Regional Hospital is proud to be the only Mazor Robotics partner in Hudson County. This cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology has been scientifically proven to benefit surgical accuracy, patient outcomes and patient safety in various spine and orthopedic surgeries.

If you are suffering from back pain, joint pain, or a specific spine condition like disc herniation, degenerative disc disease, kyphosis or scoliosis, Mazor Robotics may be the solution for you.

Benefits

  • Added Accuracy
  • 98.3% in spine surgeries
  • 1.5mm accuracy in screw placement

Mazor Robotics may help to improve the following procedures & conditions

  • Spine Biopsy
  • Reconstructive Spine Surgery
  • Scoliosis
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Vertebroplasty