COVID-19 UPDATE

We are closely following the coronavirus (COVID-19) developments as more information becomes available. The health and safety of our patients, our staff and our families is of utmost important to us.

In light of the most recent recommendations for social distancing and safety, our office will remain open and maintain a limited schedule to continue to serve you.

All phone messages will be returned within 24-48 hours Monday – Friday.

We can offer secure video visits (Tele-Visits) through our medical records system which will enable access to medical care without compromising our patients health. To request a Tele-Visit, please contact our office at 541-383-2200.

Alternatively we will also be offering telephone visits without the video component if access to a computer or internet is a barrier for any of our patients.

In light of the COVID-19 advancements most all insurance companies are covering tele-health options for their insured patients. If you are unsure if your insurance company will cover tele-health appointments reach out to them to verify coverage or contact our office.

We will continue to monitor all developments and follow CDC procedures and protocols, plus implement recommendations from local public health professionals. Please feel free to contact our office with any questions or concerns at 541-383-2200

improving quality of life

patient centered
hernia treatment and care

Michael J. Mastrangelo, MD, FACS

TYPES OF HERNIAS

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Abdominal | Ventral

An abdominal hernia can cause little to no discomfort or there may be pain associated with lifting objects, a cough or strain during a bowel movement.

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Groin | Inguinal

The majority of all hernias are located in the groin area, which occur when the contents of the abdomen push through a weak spot in the muscle.

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Hiatal | Diaphragm

A hiatal hernia is one of the causes of gastroesophageal reflux, heartburn and chest discomfort. Untreated, these symptoms can lead to cancer.

pediatric-hernias

Pediatric

An umbilical hernia is located near the navel and symptoms include a slight bulge in the abdomen, which may increase with pressure or crying.

Advanced, Personalized Treatments
For All Hernia Types

Michael Mastrangelo, MD, FACS, is the only surgeon in Central Oregon specializing in the diagnosis, treatment and management of all types of hernias.

BHC offers minimally-invasive surgical procedures utilizing advanced techniques in laparoscopy, surgical endoscopy and robotic surgery.

Dr. Mastrangelo also specializes in open surgery and expert use of mesh.