About Dr. Reiner

Pioneering a minimally invasive approach to hernia surgery for faster recovery and an improved patient experience.

Dr. Reiner is nationally and internationally recognized as an expert in minimally invasive surgery and is a leader in the field of minimally invasive hernia repair. He was one of the first hernia doctors in the country to develop and perform surgical techniques in laparoscopy and has been teaching laparoscopic techniques to other surgeons for decades. Dr. Reiner has personally performed over 2500 laparoscopic hernia repairs in his career, making him one of the most experienced surgeons in his field worldwide. In addition to his private practice in NYC, Dr. Reiner serves as a Professor of Surgery and a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

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Procedures

Laparoscopic Inguinal & Incisional

Hernia Repair

Laparoscopic hernia surgery can be used to repair both inguinal and incisional hernias. The minimally invasive technique minimizes your recovery time and scarring by using a smaller incision.

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Sports

Hernia Repair

A sports hernia, commonly seen in athletes who participate in high-speed sports, can be repaired using traditional, open surgery as well as with minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques.

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Robotic Inguinal & Incisional

Hernia Repair

Inguinal hernias and incisional hernias can now be treated using advanced robotic technology to ensure pinpointed accuracy during your surgery, which promotes faster healing and reduced scarring.

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Open Repair Of Complex

Incisional Hernia

When a patient is suffering from a complex hernia, traditional (open) hernia surgery is often the best treatment option, which ensures proper repair by allowing the herniated area to be clearly visible during surgery.

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What Patients Are Saying:

Conditions

Inguinal Hernias

An inguinal hernia occurs in the inner groin area and causes a noticeable lump. This kind of hernia can also cause severe pain and often requires surgery.

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Recurrent Incisional & Inguinal Hernias

When an incisional or inguinal hernia comes back after surgery, it is known as a recurrent hernia, which can be more complex and requires an expert hernia surgeon to treat.

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Sports Hernias

Sports hernias are the result of high-speed sports, such as football and soccer, which can cause long-term stress on the lower abdomen and groin areas.

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Chronic Pain Following Inguinal Hernia Surgery

Patients who experience chronic pain following inguinal hernia surgery may be suffering from a damaged nerve or other condition that requires proper treatment from a hernia specialist.

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Incisional Hernias

An incisional hernia occurs when a prior surgical incision creates a weakening in the abdominal wall, which eventually herniates and must be repaired.

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Lumbar Hernias

A lumbar hernia, also known as a flank hernia, occurs in the side of the abdominal wall, usually as a result of a traumatic injury or surgery.

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Hiatal Hernias

A hiatal hernia, also known as a diaphragmatic hernia, occurs when the upper part of the stomach pushes up through the diaphragm and into the chest region.

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