Central Austin 512.302.1210
North Austin/Round Rock 512.498.4860
South Austin 512.441.7755
Bariatric Direct Line 512.338.5024
Kyle/Buda 512.268.0800

CSG Acid Reflux Treatment Center

Acid Reflux Surgery/Hiatal Hernia Repair/LINX

When stomach acid flows up into the esophagus, it causes acid reflux. Chronic or severe acid reflux is called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). Depending on its severity, there are several options for GERD treatment. Surgery is a minimally invasive and durable option to stop acid reflux and eliminate the need for medication.

Hiatal hernia is often caused by weakened muscles and tissue around the hiatus. In some cases, a small part of the stomach pushes through the diaphragm and up into the chest. Surgical repair involves tightening the opening in the diaphragm to prevent the stomach from bulging through the muscle wall.

Why Choose Surgery for Chronic GERD?

Patients with heartburn often still have symptoms despite being on medication, even if taken once or twice a day, or even double the dose. Others have acid regurgitation to the mouth or throat, belching, and dry cough. Night-time regurgitation may cause poor quality of sleep.

Surgery eliminates heartburn and regurgitation, improves sleep quality, and ends life-long dependence on acid-blocking medications and dietary compromises to avoid symptoms.

Surgical Options to Eliminate Reflux Disease

CSG surgeons perform laparoscopic and robotic anti-reflux surgery. Hiatal hernia repair, Nissen or toupet fundoplication and the LINX Reflux Management System are standard surgical options to eliminate GERD.

These options offer successful treatment with surgical precision and faster recovery, and patients can go home the same day as surgery in most cases.

The surgeons at CSG Acid Reflux Treatment Center can obtain the appropriate diagnostic testing GERD patients may need to ensure you are a candidate for surgery:

  • pH testing measures the acid from your stomach reaching the esophagus
  • EGD endoscopy visualizes the esophagus and stomach to identify hiatal hernias, evidence of reflux, or swallowing concerns
  • Manometry measures pressure that the muscles in the esophagus create and evaluates function of the esophagus
  • Barium Swallow provides visual assessment of the esophagus and stomach to determine the size of a hiatal hernia and the emptying of the esophagus

If you need help with acid reflux surgery care you can trust, call our office for information or an appointment. Our GERD/acid reflux patients come to us from Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Kyle, Lakeway, Leander, San Marcos, and nearby areas.


Four locations to serve you

Capital Surgeons Group is a group surgical practice specializing in bariatric surgery, breast surgery, colorectal surgery, laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery at the following locations:



3705 Medical Parkway,
Suite 250 and 210
TX 78705
Appointments: 512.302.1210
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm


North Austin/
Round Rock

505 W. Louis Henna Blvd.,
Suite 220
TX 78728
Appointments: 512.498.4860
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm



5625 Eiger Road,
Suite 230
TX 78735
Appointments: 512.441.7755
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm



1180 Seton Pkwy,
Suite 270
TX 78640
Appointments: 512.268.0800