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Gallbladder (stones), abdominal hernias and groin hernias are all treated with lower post operative pain, earlier recovery and excellent cosmetic outcomes. In most cases, incisions are tiny with minimal scarring.
Professor Falk has extensive experience in oesophageal diseases including reflux disease, hiatus hernia, cancer of the oesophagus and stomach and swallowing difficulties (achalasia and oesophageal spasm).
Diagnosis of the more complex upper gastrointestinal disease is performed in Professor Falk's laboratory in the Lindfield office and also with selected outstanding medical specialists as required.
Professor Falk helped develop the processes involved in keyhole surgery (minimally invasive, laparoscopic) and has been a long term leader in the field. He continues to be active in the evolution of new techniques.