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La Peer Health Systems Announces New Website Dedicated to Hernia Treatment

La Peer Health Systems in Los Angeles offers patients a new, trusted resource in hernia care with the launch of

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2013

Hernia Surgery Los Angeles is proud to announce the launch of its new website: This comprehensive website provides a reliable resource for patients seeking information related to hernias and hernia treatment.

“It is important for patients to have an understanding of their condition in order to make informed decisions regarding treatment,” said Dr. Stephen Yoo, director of Hernia Surgery Los Angeles. “Having an understanding and being prepared can play a big role in recovery.”

For patients interested in learning more about the various types of hernias and how they are treated, this website can be a great resource. The website is designed to inform patients with accurate information, and to help answer some commonly asked questions. will include pages dedicated to every common type of hernia, hernia symptoms, and available treatments. The site will also feature a blog dedicated to current relevant topics, and a frequently asked questions page.

“Hernias can be very scary for a patient,” Dr. Yoo continued. “When a patient discovers a hernia, they often go to their computers before calling a doctor. The website does more than just highlight our cutting-edge treatment options; it eases a patients mind by breaking down every facet of hernia care.”

Hernia Surgery Los Angeles will provide the very best in hernia diagnosis and treatment. The highly skilled, expert specialists and the state of the art treatment facilities are widely considered second to none. Each patient will be treated on an individual bases, resulting in the best possible result every time.

“Our doctors will always strive to provide the highest quality hernia care available. We wanted to design a site that reflected the level of care at Hernia Surgery Los Angeles by making it as helpful as possible, describing the conditions and procedures in terms every patient can understand,” said Dr. Yoo.

Dr. Stephen Yoo is double board-certified in colorectal and general surgery, and is the medical director of Hernia Surgery Los Angeles. Dr. Yoo leads a team of prominent physicians at Hernia Surgery Los Angeles known for their expertise in hernia treatment. The team of doctors is comprised of expert surgeons who have trained at the top medical programs and hospitals in the country, and pride themselves on providing world-class hernia treatment with an especially patient-friendly approach. They are known for utilizing the most advanced procedures and surgical techniques in order to ensure the most optimal results and quickest recovery. This team of physicians includes, Dr. Eiman Firoozmand, Dr. Liza Capiendo, Dr. Gary Hoffman, Dr. Allen Kamrava, Dr. Ali Mahtabifard, and Dr. Clark Fuller.

To learn more about the amazing medical team at Hernia Surgery Los Angeles, visit or call 888-418-2082 today.

La Peer Health Systems is an outpatient surgery center in Beverly Hills, founded by doctors and focused on providing excellent patient care alongside the most cutting-edge medical treatments available. With 50 world-renowned physicians in 14 specialties, comprehensive medical treatment is offered that takes patients from consultation to diagnosis, treatment, surgery, and ultimately aftercare. The 14 medical departments include orthopedics & sports medicine, gastroenterology, head & neck surgery, colorectal & general surgery, podiatry, ophthalmology, pain management, plastics & reconstructive surgery, gynecology, spine surgery, interventional cardiology, bariatric surgery, thoracic surgery, and anesthesiology. Unlike large hospitals, La Peer's unique structure offers extremely personal care in a safe and controlled environment.

To learn more about La Peer Health Systems, visit

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