What to Expect: Recovering from operations on your back passage

After an operation on haemorrhoids, a pilonidal cyst, fissure or fistula or any condition affecting the anus or bottom, it’s not surprising that the recovery from surgery is often the main cause of concern for prospective patients. So, what can you expect during the anal surgery recovery phase and what will you need to do …

5 Signs You Might Be Suffering from Haemorrhoids

Although haemorrhoids are an extremely common medical condition,  they aren’t a serious health problem. However, they can still be painful and uncomfortable to live with and often require treatment. More importantly, they can mimic other conditions that are more serious such as inflammatory bowel disease or cancer. If you’re wondering whether or not you have …

New laser treatments being explored and evaluated by the clinic

Lasers have been used previously in surgery essentially as a knife to cut through tissues. The benefits were presumed to be precision with minimal collateral damage to tissues. In the field of coloproctology, biolitec® has been developing laser technologies to treat haemorrhoids and fistulas. HeLP® (Hemorrhoid Laser Procedure) – for haemorrhoids A painless outpatient technique …