Get Relief from Hemorrhoids/Piles, Fissures & Fistulas with ourLASER Treatment
Diagnosed with any of the anorectal diseases like Piles, Fissures, and Fistula? If so, undergoing a surgical intervention is the best way to cure them permanently.
If patient think Piles ( Hemorrhoids ), Fissures, Fistula, Anal warts, and other Anorectal diseases can heal permanently on their own, it is wrong. Most Anorectal diseases won’t go away on their own or by following home remedies. The only way to cure them permanently is by undergoing a specific medical surgery for a specific disease.
Some of the surgical methods that our Specialist General Surgeon Dr. Rohit Kumar recommend to cure anorectal diseases are:
Laser Anal Fissure Surgery : in laser anal fissure surgery, Dr Rohit Kumar uses carbon dioxide lasers to emit a beam of radiation at the site of anal fissures. This beam promotes and boosts the healing process. It also prevents the recurrence of anal fissures. Laser anal fissure surgery offers well control surgery and a fixed area of the concentration during the surgery. It involves no cuts, and recovery time is less compared to traditional anal fissure surgery.
Laser Piles (Hemorrhoids) surgery : In this surgical technique, Dr Rohit will use a laser to shrink the swollen hemorrhoids. The laser is focused only on hemorrhoids and does not damage the nearby tissues. It is a safe procedure with a quick healing time.
Laser fistula surgery : Laser fistula surgery is a minimally invasive and risk-free procedure. It is a life-saving surgical method for individuals with complex fistulas. It has a high success rate and involves no post-surgical complications.
VAAFT (Video Assisted Anal Fistula Treatment) : VAAFT is claimed to be the only technique that allows the surgeon to see inside the anal fistula tract and locate the internal opening using an endoscope light. VAAFT is designed to only affect the fistula tract, preserving sphincter muscle function and faecal continence.
In any case, if patient avoid or delay anorectal surgery, He/she may suffer from serious health concerns that can alter routine lifestyle and dietary habits.
Here are 8 reasons why patient should not delay anorectal surgery.
- Unbearable anal pain
- Anemia and blood clot
- Unable to sit or walk
- Development of multiple fissures
- Extension of anal fistulas
- Anal stenosis
- Fecal incontinence
Dr. Rohit Kumar
MD, MS, FMABS, FIASGO, FIAGES, FMAS, FHBPS, FACS
Specialist General Surgeon & Medical Director
Dr. Rohit Kumar is a Specialist General Surgeon with a keen focus on Minimal Access and Bariatric Surgery. He has performed over 6,000 successful surgeries in tandem with his team. His expertise is in Laparoscopic Bariatric surgery, but he is well-versed in other surgical interventions like breast cancer, varicose veins, proctology, and general surgical procedures.