Non-mesh hernia repairs
By highly experienced surgeons

 No delays in treatment due to Covid-19. You can be treated within two weeks, in one of our clinics.

Hernia repairs without mesh
By highly experienced surgeons

 No delays in treatment due to Covid-19. You can be treated within two weeks, in one of our clinics.

FOR NHS PATIENTS
No waiting time

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FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS
Consultations in London
Thursday 5 November 2020

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Leader in Europe

BioHernia is an international healthcare intermediary that connects individuals and elite athletes with the best non-mesh hernia surgeons in Europe.

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Performed by an expert surgeon

Our advanced operating techniques without mesh, are only guaranteed to have a good result in the hands of experienced surgeons. To guarantee you the best results, we have limited our partnerships to a handful of specialist surgeons who perform more than 400 non-mesh hernia operations yearly.

More about our surgeons

Our surgeon interviewed by BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire

In a recent broadcast by BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire, a light is shed on the many patients with chronic groin pain following a hernia repair in NHS hospitals. Our surgeon, Dr. Ulrike Muschaweck, is interviewed to share her expertise in performing non-mesh hernia repairs and mesh removals.

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hernia care covered by private insurance and nhs

Covered by private insurance or NHS
Latest news on Brexit & our services

Depending on your type of operation, the NHS reimburses you up to 95% of the costs. This is because, as a citizen of the European Union, you have the right to access medical treatment in another member state and receive a reimbursement from your own national healthcare services. We are still uncertain when and how the Brexit will affect our patients. At the moment it looks like British patients will still be able to claim a reimbursement during the Brexit transition which ends 31 december 2020. If the UK meanwhile leaves the EU without a deal, you will no longer be able to claim a reimbursement from the NHS for our treatments. Please keep this in mind.

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Our patients rate us highly
And we are proud of that!

Thanks to our tailored approach and experienced surgeons, our patients are very satisfied with their operations.

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Thinking about your long-term health

For an optimal result and your health in the long term, we choose to treat your hernia(s) without the use of plastic meshes. We use innovative operation methods that provide a quick recovery and excellent results.

 Minimal risk of recurrence
 No chronic ‘mesh pain’
 Best operation methods for active people

Advantages of our methods

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How does BioHernia work?

More about how everything works when you choose us for an operation by one of our surgeons. 

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Operation methods

Read more about our innovative operation methods without mesh and how we ensure a durable result for the long term.

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Trusted in elite sports

From the Three Lions to UEFA Champions League winners: every year our surgeons treat countless top footballers with hernias. Considering top athletes require the very best care, we are very proud that they, so often, choose our surgeons to repair their hernias.

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Would you like to meet our surgeon?

Our surgeon visits London monthly, for consultations with patients.
You are welcome to drop by and have a chat with our surgeon!

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