Do you have nausea, groin pain, or a bulge in your lower abdomen?
These are common symptoms of a hernia.
A hernia can happen at any point in life—and it won’t heal
on its own. If left untreated, a hernia can block blood flow, causing
strangulation to internal organs and other life-threatening complications.
If you’ve noticed bulges in your abdomen, or experienced pain in
your pubic region while bending, coughing or lifting objects, you may
have a hernia.
Join us to learn more at one of three free educational seminars by Adam
P. Kramer and screenings during Hernia Awareness Month!
Please RSVP as light refreshments will be served.
Dr. Adam Kramer is a Board Certified General Surgeon. He graduated from
Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his
General Surgery residency at Ohio University. In 2000, Dr. Kramer moved
to Kansas City and joined
Advanced Surgical Associates.
Dr. Kramer is a Kansas City University Preceptor for medical students and
a General Surgery Residency training Physician. He is the Chairman of
the Breast Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center and a member of the
American Society of Breast Surgeons. Additionally, Dr. Kramer serves as
a proctor for Da Vinci Robotic Assisted Surgery and is certified in Wound
Care and Hyperbaric Medicine.