PROFESSOR VINOD MENON
Professor Vinod Menon is a highly experienced laparoscopic upper gastrointestinal & obesity surgeon and cancer specialist working in Coventry, Warwickshire and in Leamington Spa. He has carried out over 1100 bariatric (obesity) and Oesophageal cancer operations with excellent outcomes. Prof. Menon is also Immediate Past President of British Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS) having served previously as Treasurer & Honorary Secretary
Prof. Menon is committed to giving patients access to the best possible care in the safest environment. He offers safe and effective bariatric/metabolic surgery and is dedicated to empowering people affected by obesity
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Insertion of a gastric band that divides the stomach in two creating a smaller area for food intake to help patients with problems due to excess weight.
Insertion of a balloon filling part of the stomach leaving a reduced space creating a smaller appetite.
A reduction of the stomach using less invasive keyhole surgery that results in the need for less food and ultimately weight loss as part of a healthier lifestyle.
Shortening the digestive system as well as reducing the size of the stomach aids long term weight loss for patients who have found it difficult via other methods.
Lap Nissen Fundoplication
Key hole surgery is increasingly performed to treat the very common condition of acid reflux disease, patients stay in hospital overnight and return to normal activities in 3-4 weeks.
Hiatus Hernia Repair
A selection of surgical techniques to repair different hernia problems specifically catering to the individual needs of the patient.
Lap Heller's Myotomy
A laparoscopic surgical treatment of achalasia, a disorder weakening the oesophageal muscles leading to problems swallowing both solids and liquids.
In treating gallstones, which can cause immense abdominal pain, keyhole surgery techniques are used to remove the gallbladder and lessen the chance of further complications.
Very common safe outpatient procedure carried out under throat spray or small dose of sedation to investigate symptoms of heartburn, nausea, vomiting, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia).
Oesophageal and Stomach Cancers
A selection of surgical techniques to treat different oesophageal and stomach cancers specifically catering to the individual needs of the patient.
Open and lap (TAPP) repair inguinal hernia
The most common type of hernia, an inguinal hernia, occurs in the groin area causing a swelling or bulge under the skin where a hernia sac has slipped through a hole in the abdominal wall
Incisional hernia and abdominal wall hernia repair including umbilical & epigastric hernia
An incisional hernia occurs when the hernia appears through a scar left by a previous surgical operation such as an appendix or caesarean.
These are Prof. Menon’s main locations. Click on the image of each hospital to find out more.