Failure Is Not An Option.

Eliminate the symptoms of Failed GERD Surgery and Hiatal Hernia distress.

A Failed GERD Surgery does not have to be something you live with. Dr. Michael O’Reilly and the staff of Phoenix of Marietta are experts at revision of failed Antireflux surgery.

LINX®– Magnetic Sphincter Augmentation

Are you concerned with a lifetime of medication, pharmacy visits and potential side effects? LINX is intended for patients diagnosed with reflux disease who continue to suffer symptoms despite taking medication. If this sounds like you, it may be time for LINX. Learn more about LINX.

Failed Antireflux Surgery Is Not a Permanent Condition

Antireflux surgery seems like a blessing to patients with Hiatal Hernias. But when the symptoms come back, due to failure of surgery, the blessing seems more like a curse. Learn the Causes of Failed Surgery.

Severe GERD Can Be A Pathological Condition

The symptoms of GERD – choking, coughing, even vomiting – may be remedied by medication or lifestyle changes. But if you have a pathological condition, your GERD may be because of a hiatal hernia. Learn About Severe GERD and Surgery

Patient Stories

Our Mission

Phoenix of Marietta is a specialty surgical service dedicated to the treatment of patients with failed antireflux surgery. Our main focus is the treatment of patients with persistent or recurrent esophageal reflux symptoms after prior reflux surgery. Frequently these patients are told that nothing can be done to help them or surgery is not an option. Redo or revision antireflux surgery can be extremely difficult secondary to the loss of tissue planes from scar tissue or adhesions. Most surgeons do not perform this challenging surgery. For over 20 years we have successfully performed laparoscopic revision or redo antireflux surgery. The great majority of patients have surgery performed as an outpatient. We enjoy the challenge of improving the quality of life for these patients.