Gallstones are small pieces of stones or solid material made from bile pigments, cholesterol and calcium salts which can cause severe pain and blockage of the bile duct. At Shantiraj Hospital, this can be treated by laproscopic surgery causing minimum incisions and discomfort
Piles, also known as Haemorrhoids or Bawaseer, are swollen and inflamed vascular structures in and around the rectum and the anus, which can cause discomfort and bleeding. Dr. Sapan Jain at Shantiraj Hospital has 22 years of surgical experience in treating anorectal disorders.
Appendicitis is a condition when there is inflammation in your appendix. It can sometimes be acute or chronic. If in case you have appendicitis, your appendix will usually be removed. Shantiraj Hospital boasts of skilled and experienced surgeons to perform any surgery with ease.
A hernia occurs when an organ or fatty tissue squeezes through a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia. At Shantiraj Hospital, our high-quality, technologically advanced laser equipments are used by professional and experienced surgeons to provide you with effective, minimally invasive, safer and less painful surgical and post surgery care
An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus or anal canal (the opening through which stool passes out of the body). The fissure can be painful and may bleed. In case of such a condition the doctor tries to treat the area with options other than surgery first. Shantiraj Hospital boasts of experienced physicians and surgeons to provide best treatment, surgery and post operative care.
An anal fistula is a small tunnel that connects an abscess, an infected cavity in the anus, to an opening on the skin around the anus.
Occasionally, the glands just before the anus get clogged and become infected, half of which may develop into a fistula. Manned with specialized and experienced surgeons, Shantiraj Hospital will provide you best treatment and post operative care.
Varicose vein is a cause of varicocele, a condition in which veins bulge. The weak walls of your vein enable it to expand when blood pressure rises. The valves that keep blood flowing in one direction in your vein are unable to function properly when your vein expands. Sluggish blood causes your veins to expand, bulge, and twist as it collects at the rear of your veins.
Our expert team of orthopaedic surgeons can successfully treat the most difficult of ailments and fractures with ease and comfort.
Our patients are satisfied with the treatment they receive and this is our biggest achievement