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We are specialist in Piles, Fistula, Fissure, Pilonedial sinus,Constipation,Acidity,Abdominal gases,Ayurvedic Diet,Proctitis,Ibs,Colitis,Anal abscess,Renal Stone.

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Expert Doctors

Dr Sambhaji Garje B.A.M.S.(MUMBAI) Fellowship in Ksharsutra(mumbai) consulting proctologist.
He is practicising since 2004 and successfully treated more than 3000 patient without recurence.

Dr Jyoti Garje B.H.M.S Available for Laides patients

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24/7 Helpline

Well trained staff is available for patient care. 24 hours landline phone is in the service for patients. We have A/C rooms insurance/mediclaim facilities.

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What we do


Piles or Hemorrhoids is one of the most common ailments today. It is a varicose and often inflamed condition of the veins, inside or just outside the rectum. In external piles, there is a lot of pain but not much bleeding. In the case of internal piles, there is discharge of dark blood. In some cases the veins burst and this results in what is known as bleeding

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Fissure and Fistula are two of the major anorectal problems of humans. These problems arise from inappropriate eating habits and bad lifestyles. Fissure is actually an unnatural crack or opening in the skin of the anal canal, while fistula is described in medicine as an abnormal connection or passageway between two epithelium-lined organs or vessels that normally do not connect.

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Anal Fissure

Issures are cracks around the anal sphincter. Fissures may heal on their own Fissures are a little different. The cracks can be small but can also be large adequate to bleed. These usually heal on their own depending on whats causing them.

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We are also specialized for Treating diseases like Pilonidal sinus

A pilonidal sinus (PNS) is a small cyst or abscess that occurs in the cleft at the top of the buttocks. It can cause severe pain and often becomes infected.

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Peri Anal Abscess

Pain and swelling in the perianal area is the most common presenting complaint of perianal abscesses. Discharge of pus may be apparent, but is not necessary for diagnosis. The cardinal signs of infection (pain, fever, redness, swelling, and loss of function) are typically present, as would be in most types of abscess or infectious processes.

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