Follow-up: The surgeon (pictured above), whenever possible, is available for direct communication post-operatively to answer questions by cellphone until recovery.
Dr. Heymann (pictured, left) is available to patients
when they have questions or concerns.
Dr. Heymann, in surgery (pictured, right).
During Medical School at Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1965) and my Surgical Internship at Yale-New Haven, my objective was to become an expert in Abdominal Surgery. After an inclusive training in Clinical Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, I became Chief of General Surgery in the Army at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe for three years. I have been in private practice since then (1973) and have expanded interests, skills and knowledge including pioneering experience in Advanced laparoscopic Surgery. My extensive experience in traditional open surgery and modern Minimally Invasive Surgery had led me to my evolving interest in Reoperative surgery. I continue to aim at providing the most appropriate remedy for surgical problems individualized to each patient with a detailed analysis of options.
My interest in hernia surgery has included extensive experience in open techniques used before laproscopic repairs and 25 years with laprascopic technique also involving recurrent hernias and post herniorraphy problems.
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