“A healthy body is the guest-chamber of the soul; a sick, its prison.” Francis Bacon (1909 - 1992)
“The greatest wealth is health.” Virgil (70BC-19BC)
Bowel Cancer - Colonoscopy
Colorectal cancer is 3rd most common cancer overall. It is the second most common in women after breast cancer. It is the 2nd most common cause of cancer death in the UK. It affects about 1 in 20 people in the UK.
Bowel cancer screening reduces the risk of dying from bowel cancer by 16% (see more). At we offer colonoscopy (camera) for those at risk, persistent symptoms like bleeding, or those with family history or those that have reached the age of 60. We offer this to patients with insurance or who are self-paying.
For those in whom colonoscopy is not possible for whatever reason, we will do an alternative, like CT colonography.
For self-paying patients, contact us for further discussions.
Haemorrhoidal pain - A thing of the past
The days of prolonged post-operative pain after haemorrhoid surgery is over for most patients.
With the new minimally invasive haemorrhoidal artery ligation operation (HALO) or transanal haemorrhoidal dearterisation (THD), the surgical treatment is now essentially painless. Sitting is no longer a problem and you can resume normal activity in 24-48 hours.
This procedure is now offered at the BMI Priory and Edgbaston Hospitals, Birmingham.
“Thank you very much for the past 4 months of colorectal experience, I have enjoyed it very much and you have inspired me to continue down the path to become a surgeon one day!”
Dr PG, Junior Doctor
Multi-Specialty Bowel Care
A multi-speciality team of consultant specialists in bowel disorders with a total approach to managing diseases of the bowel by medical, surgical and radiological pathways.
Our aim is to bring the best in health care to our patients by working in partnership with each other and with other groups of specialists. We bring the most modern, up to date and evidence based practice to the private sector.
We offer minimally invasive procedures. These include laparascopic (key hole) surgery for almost all bowel operations, endoscopic (camera) for taking polyps out and also stopping bleeding, and interventional radiology for relieving bowel blockage and prevent major operations in certain circumstances.
Best integrated care in the private health sector.
“A sincere thank you for performing a successful operation on me.....,for your friendly and professional manner...,”
Mrs MG, Cancer Patient
“Just a little note to say thank you to you and your team for looking after me so well”
Mrs HS, Colitic Patient
“You treated me with the utmost respect and dignity...., you are an excellent surgeon and we are really grateful my GP made a referral to you...”
Mrs TN. Laparoscopic repair of recurrent incisional hernia