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Do You Have a Hernia?
There are many different types of hernias. Pain in your groin? It may be an inguinal hernia. Had stomach surgery? It may be an incisional hernia. Bad Heartburn? It may be a hiatal hernia.Schedule Your Consultation with our Surgeons Now
Do you have a bulge in your stomach?
Several hernias are associated with the stomach. If you are experiencing pain, nausea, swelling, and aching, hernia surgery could be the answer, but first you should get a consultation.Discover the 4 Most Common Symptoms of a Hernia
Do You Have Bad Heartburn?
Hernias are also associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Other symptoms can include difficulty swallowing foods and drinks, or chest pain. Surgery could be the answer to relieving these symptoms, but first you should consult a surgeon.Learn More About Hernias
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Our Surgical Team
Dr. Eakin specializes in minimally invasive (laparoscopic) hernia surgery and abdominal wall reconstructions - a technique used to repair massive abdominal wall hernias from surgery or traumas.
He trained in general surgery at The Ohio State University Medical Center, in Columbus, Ohio. After residency, he completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatric Surgery, at The Ohio State University Medical Center.
Dr. Eakin is the director of The Hernia Center of Utah, and the co-director of the bariatric surgery center at Jordan Valley Medical Center. He is also the Director of Trauma Surgery at Jordan Valley Medical Center and its' West Valley Campus.
Dr. Catherine Beck also specializes in minimally invasive (laparoscopic) hernia surgery, abdominal wall reconstructions and other rare types of hernias.
She trained in general surgery at The Ohio State University Medical Center, in Columbus, Ohio. After residency, she completed a fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatric Surgery, at the University of California in San Diego.
Dr. Beck is the Director of Bariatric Surgery at Jordan Valley Medical Center, and she is creating the first comprehensive bariatric surgery center in the West Valley and West Jordan area of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dr. Brad Digney specializes in minimally invasive (laparoscopic) hernia surgery, complex abdominal wall reconstruction, and other types of hernias.
He trained in general surgery at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. As chief surgical resident in a large academic medical setting, he supervised surgical residents and taught medical students in both community and private institutions.
Dr. Digney serves as the Director of Trauma Surgery at the Jordan Valley Medical Center.