The center is located at Thane, Maharashtra.
Nearest Railway Station: Bhayander
Nearest Airport: Mumbai
ABOUT THIS CENTRE:
Rai Piles Clinic is the latest surgical method for hemorrhoids. Being the least invasive and aggressive, it results the less painful resolute approach for the treatment of symptomatic piles.
We have been running this centre in Mumbai for last 10 years, during which the centre has diagnosed and treated about 20,000 cases of various ano rectal patients. About 1500 patients have been treated by surgical or para surgical procedures, emphasizing principles of Ayurveda as well as modern surgery.
The institute also takes pride in treating more than 150 cases of complex / recurrent , complete or partial horseshoe fistula successfully with an incontinence rate of 0% ( with follow up not less than 5 years). These types of fistulae are treated by a special combination method.
Ksharsootra (medicated setone) therapy is practiced in India since times immemorial. Modified and revived by the late Dr. P. J. Deshpande. The Ksharsootra therapy is a unique treatment of Ayurveda gaining popularity globally.
The centre has comprehensive facilities for treating various Ano-rectal diseases like - Abscess, Anal itching - Pruritus Ani, Fistula in Ano, Anal Stenosis, Rectoveginal Fistula, Ano Rectal Bleeding, Fissure in Ano, IBS, Hemorrhoids (Piles), Polyps Rectum, Thrombosed Hemorrhoids - Anal Hematoma, Rectal Prolapse, U colitis & Chrons diseases, Anal Discharge, Constipation, Anal Cryptitis & Papilitis, Pilionidle Sinus, Ano Rectal Cancer and Condyloma anal.
We provide organic food from our own garden, and also we serve white sugar and nightshades, but we don’t serve chilly.
The Ksharsutra here are prepared in strict accordance to the standards set by the CCRAS. (Ref.: Management of Bhagandara with Ksharsutra by Dr P. J. Deshpande, Dr K. R. Sharma, Dr S. K. Sharma).
Infrared Coagulation is a new non surgical technique that has revolutionized the treatment of symptomatic internal hemorrhoids. Much like a laser, this device focuses infrared light on hemorrhoid tissues, coagulating them. In the same way that blocking a stream will dry up a lake, IRC coagulates the "feeder veins" that deliver blood to the hemorrhoids. By gradually cutting off the blood supply, the hemorrhoid shrinks and symptoms subside.
This technique is now offered in our office. Usually three to four treatments are required. But, this simple office procedure only takes about 5 minutes, is practically painless, and requires no incision or lengthy recovery or time lost from work. The success rate is high and surgery can be avoided in about 80% of patients.
There is no air and noise pollution in the surrounding area.