Best Doctors for Colorectal in Bangalore

More than 4000 plus patients have trusted our doctors for their Colorectal treatment. Dr. Manish Joshi, Dr. Wasim M Dar & Dr. Shabeer Ahmed have a combined experience of more than 60 years and are considered to be one of the Best Doctors for Colorectal Treatment in Bangalore.

Best Doctors for Colorectal in Bangalore

With over twenty plus years of experience, our specialists are one of the best in Bangalore. We offer range of services resulting in faster recovery .  

Dr. Manish Joshi

Senior Consultant - Surgical Gastroenterology, GI Oncology, HPB Surgery, Advanced Laparoscopic, Bariatric & Robotic Surgery

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, MRCS (Edinburgh),
DNB - Surgical Gastroenterology, FAIS, FICS, FACRSI, FHPB, FRCS (Glasgow)

Dr. Wasim M Dar

Chief General & Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeon, Member of Royal College (Eng / Glasg),

MBBS, MS (Gen Surg), MRCS (Eng) ,MRCS (Glasg), MFPM, RCPS (Glasg), FMAS, FAIS, Dip. Hernia Essentials(APHS), DMAS (Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery)

Dr. Shabeer Ahmed

Surgical Gastroenterologist, Colorectal Surgeon, General / Gastro Intestinal / Laparoscopic / Diabetic / Procto Surgeon.

M.S, FRCS (London), MMAS( Dundee)


What is Colorectal?

Colorectal is a term that refers to two parts of your body: the colon and the rectum. The colon is like a big tube in your belly that helps your body absorb water and nutrients from the food you eat. The rectum is the end of the colon, where poop is stored before you go to the bathroom. Keeping your colorectal area healthy is important because problems there, like cancer or inflammation, can cause serious issues. That's why doctors sometimes recommend tests like colonoscopies to check for any problems early on.

Think of your digestive system like a long, winding road inside your belly. The colon and rectum are two important stops along this road. The colon is like a big tube that helps your body absorb water and nutrients from the food you eat, while the rectum is like a storage room where poop hangs out before you go to the bathroom.

Treatment Options

Biopsy

A biopsy involves taking a small sample of tissue or cells from a suspicious area in your body, such as a lump or abnormal growth.
In the case of colonoscopy, if the doctor sees anything abnormal, they might use special tools to take a tiny piece of tissue from it.
This tissue sample is sent to a laboratory where pathologists examine it under a microscope to look for signs of cancer or other diseases.
Biopsies help doctors make accurate diagnoses and determine the best course of treatment.

Colonoscopy

During a colonoscopy, you're typically given medication to help you relax, and then a thin, flexible tube with a camera on the end (the colonoscope) is inserted through your rectum into your colon.
The doctor carefully navigates the colonoscope through your colon, examining the lining for any abnormalities such as polyps, inflammation, bleeding, or signs of cancer.
If any abnormal areas are found, the doctor might take a biopsy (a small tissue sample) for further examination.
Colonoscopies are essential for detecting colon cancer early when it's most treatable and for preventing colon cancer by removing precancerous polyps..

Stenting

Stenting is a minimally invasive procedure used to open up narrowed or blocked passages in the body.
A stent is a small, mesh-like tube that can be placed inside a blood vessel, duct, or other passage to keep it open.
In the context of cancer treatment, stents might be used to relieve blockages caused by tumors.
For example, if a tumor is blocking the bile duct in the liver, a stent can be inserted to keep the duct open and allow bile to flow freely.

Colonoscopy

Cancer surgery involves removing cancerous tissue or tumors from the body.
The goal of cancer surgery is to remove as much of the cancer as possible while preserving surrounding healthy tissue and organs.
Surgery is often used as the primary treatment for solid tumors, such as those found in the breast, lung, colon, or prostate.
Depending on the type and stage of cancer, surgery may be performed using traditional open techniques or minimally invasive approaches such as laparoscopy or robotic surgery.

Symptoms of Colorectal

If you notice any persistent or worsening symptoms, it's essential to consult a healthcare professional for a thorough evaluation. Common symptoms of Colorectal include:
Abdominal Pain
Discomfort
Vomiting
Rectal Bleeding
Weakness

Diagnosis of Colorectal


Diagnosing colorectal conditions typically involves a thorough evaluation by a qualified healthcare provider. Here at Q Medical Center & Hospital, our team utilizes advanced diagnostic techniques to accurately assess your condition.

At Q Medical Center & Hospital, we are dedicated to providing compassionate care and accurate diagnosis for patients with colorectal concerns. Our experienced team of healthcare professionals utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques to ensure timely and precise evaluation, empowering you to make informed decisions about your health. If you're seeking answers or assistance with colorectal issues, we're here to support you every step of the way. Schedule a consultation with our experts today and take the first step toward a healthier tomorrow.

Why Choose Q Medical Center & Hospital?

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You get Best in Class Treatment

Experienced Doctors

Average experience of 20 plus years

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Tailored treatment plan to your needs

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Most insurance are accepted

Frequently Asked Questions

Thinking about having Colorectal treatment in Bangalore? It's natural to have questions and concerns. Here, we answer some of the most common FAQs patients ask our colorectal specialistss to help you feel informed and prepared:

Screening guidelines recommend that individuals at average risk for colorectal cancer begin screening at age 45 and continue regular screenings every 5 to 10 years, depending on the screening method used. Individuals with a family history of colorectal cancer or other risk factors may need to start screening earlier and undergo more frequent screenings.

Common symptoms of colorectal conditions include changes in bowel habits (such as diarrhea or constipation), rectal bleeding or blood in the stool, abdominal pain or discomfort, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, and a feeling of incomplete bowel emptying.

Colonoscopy is typically not painful as patients are usually sedated during the procedure. Some patients may experience mild discomfort or cramping afterward, but this is usually temporary.

Colorectal cancer can often be cured, especially when detected early. Treatment options may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination of these approaches, depending on the stage and characteristics of the cancer.

A diet rich in fiber, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, and low in red and processed meats, saturated fats, and added sugars, may help reduce the risk of colorectal cancer and promote overall colorectal health. Drinking plenty of water and limiting alcohol consumption are also important.

Remember: This FAQ is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult a healthcare professional for personalized guidance concerning your colorectal issue.

We hope this FAQ has brought some clarity to your journey with Colorectal in Bangalore. Wishing you all the best for a smooth and successful recovery!

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