Ayurvedic Treatment for Piles(Haemorrhoids), Anal Fissure, Anal Fistula

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“Thanks to the good care and treatment given by Dr. Rasmi Johnson@AyurVAID. I had come with pain, and now I am leaving with proper treatment and the confidence that the Fistula problem would be completely cured. Thanks once again for the kindness and the care taken by the entire team. Very good care and service. Please keep it up.” —Mr. Venkatesh (name changed)

AyurVAID Hospitals provides classical, evidence based Ayurveda para-surgical management appropriately utilizing data from modern laboratory/imaging investigations for a scientific and protocol based approach to rid a patient of painful Piles (hemorrhoids), Fistula (anal abscess) or Fissures (anal skin tear). After treatment at AyurVAID Hospitals, there is minimal to no chance of hemorrhoids or abscess recurring if treated with ksharasutra, a seton thread medicated with organic alkalis, or kshara karma (application of special alkaline medical paste) intervention. If the patient’s anorectal condition is at an early stage, a personalized regimen of diet-lifestyle-classical Ayurveda medicines can reverse the condition. AyurVAID Hospitals, Ramamurthy Nagar, Bangalore is the only NABH Accredited hospital for Ayurveda para-surgery. Dr. Rasmi Johnson, MS (Ay), is the Sr. Physician and specialist with a decade’s proven experience in care with assured medical outcomes for ano-rectal conditions.

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