Sushrut Hospital offers effective laser surgery for Piles, Fissures, Fistula, Pilonidal Sinus, Rectal Prolapse treatment. Our surgeons in Mumbai use conventional or advanced techniques as needed to treat these conditions and ensure a fast recovery. We provide caring, affordable, and kind care to help you thrive without discomfort.
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Sushrut Hospital specializes in laser surgery for Piles, Fissures, Fistula, Pilonidal Sinus, and Rectal Prolapse.
We offer advanced laser surgery for effective and swift relief.
Our proctologist, with 20 plus years of expertise, perform successful laser and conventional surgeries.
Piles, along with Fissures, Fistula, Pilonidal Sinus, and Rectal Prolapse are common conditions often linked to lack of physical activities and a diet low in fibre. While traditional remedies may have worked in the past, it's essential to recognize that they might not be effective in our modern, inactive way of living.
Diseased and protruding blood vessels in the anal area, may or may not be associated with pain / bleeding. It can be classified as internal or external, or according to grades from 1 to 4 depending on severity. Multiple treatment options are available for each grade.
Linear tear in the anal area, painful with / without bleeding. Often heals with medical management, but sometimes it may need surgery, which is a short day care procedure with quick recovery.
Abnormal connection between anal lining and skin around the anal area, usually due to an earlier infection such as abscess or certain medical conditions. Almost always needs surgery. Fistulas can be broadly classified as low or high, with the latter needing more complex procedures. Laser is often an invaluable mode of treatment in this condition.
A peculiar condition caused by penetration of hair under the skin of the sacral area, causing a local infection. It is notorious for recurrences and usually needs surgery, either with laser or with excision and flap cover.
Weakness of the rectal muscles that allows the rectum to protrude out of the anus. It can be just the lining (mucosal) or the entire rectal wall (complete). Treatment options vary depending on extent of the disease, from local resections and staplers to laparoscopic repair.
The diseased blood vessels are sealed using a laser, following which they shrink and disappear in 4-6 weeks following the procedure. It causes very little local discomfort and external wounds are small with quick healing.
The piles (diseased blood vessels) are removed surgically, following which the external wounds heal over 3-4 weeks. It is suitable for larger as well as smaller haemorrhoids.
A simple OPD procedure in which special bands are applied on the haemorrhoids either endoscopically or by proctoscopy, following which the piles shrink and disappear. It is suitable for smaller and internal haemorrhoids.
A restorative procedure used for larger haemorrhoids using a circular stapler. There are no external wounds and hence no dressings are required following this procedure. It is an excellent option for quick recovery and early resumption of work.
A simple, inexpensive OPD treatment for lower grade piles in which a sclerosing agent is injected into the lesions. It is useful as a treatment for smaller haemorrhoids and to give immediate relief from local bleeding. Recurrences are relatively common and the treatment may need to be repeated a few times to give cure.