Anorectal Problems And How You Can Solve Them – Healing Hands Clinic, Your One-Stop Shop For All Your Proctological Solutions

What is an anorectal problem?

An anorectal problem is an internal condition that causes pain in the lower portion of the rectum. In the modern world, it is often used to describe an internal condition that causes problems with the bowel, including hemorrhoids, diverticula, and anal fissures. They can be related to either an injury or a disease and can be diagnosed through clinical evaluation.

Who is a proctologist, and what is proctology?

Proctology is the branch of medicine that focuses on the study of the pelvic floor (rectum/anus). It is the name given to the entire field of pelvic medicine, which is concerned with the care of the pelvic organs (rectum/anus) and their functions. It includes an anorectal examination, which is used to detect the presence of an internal disorder. Proctology is the study of the anorectal region. It is a medical specialty that deals with the external and internal parts of the body, including the prostate, bladder, and rectum.

A proctologist is a medical professional who is trained to operate on the inside of the body, particularly the rectum, and the outside of the body, especially the prostate. The term proctologist means a physician or surgeon who has trained in this specialty. In a medical sense, proctology is a subspecialty of surgery and is a specialization of medicine.

A common mistake patients make is going to the wrong kind of doctor :

Patients often go to the wrong doctor instead of a proctologist. This is often because the doctor who is trained to perform the examination does not know what is wrong and does not have the necessary skills to help the patient. This is especially true for patients who have experienced rectal pain and bleeding. There are several methods of diagnosing rectal pain and bleeding. It is important that one always visits a proctologist if they suspect they have an anorectal problem.

Patients often visit fake doctors or ‘quacks’ in the hope that they can get a quick fix to their problems. This often causes more harm than good,

Common symptoms of anorectal problems

● Bleeding from the rectum
● Constipation
● Anal pain
● Lumps
● Problems with passing stool
● Abscesses

What Healing Hands Clinic is the best choice for you

Our clinic tackles your problems differently right from the get-go. We pride ourselves on inpatient care. Our clinic is the best choice because we provide the best possible care for your problems. We diagnose the problem and offer you the best treatment. Our medical professionals are trained to detect and treat any type of anorectal problem. Our doctors are the best-trained in the diagnosis and treatment of anorectal problems.

Here is what makes us different :

1. You are welcomed and made comfortable when you arrive
We pay attention to your comfort and care throughout your appointment-making process

2. You are assigned a caring buddy.
A care buddy is a trained assistant doctor who will be your point of contact while you heal. In fact, they will be in touch with you for up to 5 years after your procedure to ensure you are doing well.

3. A proctologist is assigned to you.
A super specialized doctor is assigned to take care of your case. They will grade the severity of your illness. Our doctors will treat you with in-house medication that is herbal and causes minimal side effects to the body.

4. Painless proctoscopy
In the event that you need a proctoscopy, we promise it will be painless. Most proctoscopies, if done elsewhere, will tend to hurt. However, we have ensured that we created a method to conduct this procedure as painlessly as possible.

5. Recurrences are negligible
In anorectal cases, recurrences are common. However, we ensure that the margin for recurrences is negligible. In the extremely unlikely event that some sort of problem does recur (within five years of the procedure taking place), we treat it for free.

Overall our physicians are the best choice for your anorectal procedure. We have built a comprehensive network of physicians and specialists who treat your problem. We are really the best choice for all your proctological procedures, and we ensure that you will have the smoothest possible with us.

Rectal Prolapse treatment now a day care procedure

Healing Hands Clinic (HHC) understands your healthcare needs and we also try to put our step forward to make awareness among people for proctology (Piles, Constipation & Fistula) and related ailments like obstructed defecation syndrome (ODS), pelvic organ prolapsed, rectal prolapsed, fissure, etc. One of the critical cases among these ailments is rectal prolapsed. Many a time’s people don’t get awareness on this that what exactly is this ailment. Let us 1st understand what is rectal prolapsed.

If you are showing symptoms like pain in anal region, bleeding during or normally also from anal region, mucus discharge from anal region, feeling of something coming out from anus, fecal incontinence, etc. then you must be facing rectal prolapsed. Rectal prolapse occurs when part of the large intestine’s lowest section (rectum) slips outside the muscular opening at the end of the digestive tract (anus). The prolapsed rectum can also cause fecal incontinence.

Healing Hands Clinic offers a latest and innovative treatment known as STARR surgery for rectal prolapsed in India. Usually the STARR surgery procedure takes 30 mins. It is performed through natural anal route without any external cuts. The advantage of this treatment is that no dressing is required and you can be discharged within 24 hours of surgery and it is also covered under insurance.

So people who are facing monetary issues can also opt for cashless benefits for rectal prolapsed surgery. The biggest advantage post surgery is that there are no scars visible which most of the patients worried about. Post surgery rectal prolapsed surgeon advises pelvic floor physiotherapy for 3-6months for better recovery.

Healing Hands Clinic has a state of the art of infrastructure for pelvic floor physiotherapy. The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum, they support the bladder , uterus , prostate and rectum , also form a wrap around the urethra, rectum and vagina ( in case of women ). HHC has its team of experts who take care of each and every patient on one on one basis as per patient’s convenience