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Vd. Vidya Jangle (Mon.)
Vd. Madhuri V. Bhandare
Vd. Pradnya R. Kapse
Vd. Pradnya R. Kapse &
- B.A.M.S. M.S. P.H.D. (Professor and HOD, Dept. Shalyatantra)
- Vishesh Gaurav Puraskar" Awarded By Medical Education & Drug Department, Government Of Maharashtra In 2008.
- Paper Presentation In International Ayurved Conference In 2010 Held At Hongkong.
- "Patni Memorial Prize" Marathwada University (1986)
- "Dhanvantari Paritoshik" Marathwada University (1988)
- "Honerable Minister Shri Shankarraoji Chavan Gunvatta Paritoshik" By Nanded Municipal Corporation, Nanded. (1988)
- B.A.M.S. M.S. P.H.D. (Associate Professor)
- 16 years UGTeacher
- 12 years P.G.Teacher
- U.G.and P.G. Examiner Since 13 yrs
- Chair-person & resource person at various National conferences and seminars.
- Organization of various CMEs and Camps at various places.
- Published various research papers on various Shalyatantra topics in international journals.
- Export in doing various general surgeries.(LIKE HERNIA ,HYDROCELE ,APPENDIX,ANORACTAL SURGERIES)
- Export in treating various Orthopaedic diseases with Ayurvedic Medicine.
- Worked as a co-investigator in a medical research project
- EXPERTISE IN MARMATHERAPHY
- Guest speaker for One month certificate course of ksharsutra therapy in anorectal diseases.
- B.A.M.S. M.S. P.H.D. (Assistant Professor)
- 6 Papers published in national level
- 11 research articles published in national and international
- Peer riview journals and Ayurveda magazins)
- Felicitated by 11 awards in various fields
- AUTHOR OF BOOK written – “OUTLINE OF WOUND
- HEALING” published in August 2022.
- B.A.M.S. M.S. P.H.D. scholar (Assistant Professor)
- 2 Research articles published in National level
- Delivered lectures as a guest speaker
- Laser proctology workshop
- Cancer awareness workshop
- Experience UG 8 yrs
- B.A.M.S. M.S ( Assistant Professor)
- Fellowship in laproscopic trraining
- Felowship In advanced laser proctology
- Certificatecourse in upper GI scopy for biginnners
- Certicate couse in constipation
- Certificate couse in ksharsutra from NIA
- 5 research article in national and international journal AWARDS
Our team of doctors and surgeons have cured patients suffering from severe piles, fistula, fissure, circumcision, hernia and many other diseases using advanced laser technology . In case you are facing any of the symptoms listed on our website related to piles, hernia, or any other mentioned diseases. Then feel free to consult our doctors ..
- GENERAL SURGERY ( Hernioplasty, Appendectomy, Cholecystectomy,circumcision, orchidectomy , hydroceloctomy, )
- ANORECTAL (PROCTOLOGY) SURGERY ( Open haemorrhoidectomy, closed haemorrhoidectomy,lazer haemorrhoidoplasty, Sclerotherapy, Fistulectomy, fistula surgery like DLPL.,filac, fistulotomy lift Lateral internal Sphincterotomy, Laser therapy)
- SCIENTIFIC KSHARSUTRA THERAPHY
- NON HEALING AND DIABETIC WOUND CARE MANAGEMENT ( Dhavan by scientific method, Lepan, Dhupan)
- Minor surgical procedures for sebaceous cyst, Dermoid cyst, Lipoma, hemangioma, calcinosis cutis, ganglion, fibroadenoma, neurofibroma, mucoceole, lobule repair
- Diagnosis and basic care for orthopaedic patient
- SCALP VEIN
- UTTARBASTI BY SCIENTIFIC METHOD
- Urinary stricture
- Katibasti ( Lumbar Spondilysis, Sciatica)
- Janubasti ( Osteoarthritis)
- Manyabasti ( Cervical Spondilosis)
- Merudand Basti
- Internal Medicine
- Conducted twice in a year
- OPD : Daily OPD= 150-200 per day
- Monthly OPD = 2500-3000 Per month
- IPD : Male = 35 Bed
- Female = 10 Bed
- Surgical Procedures : 30 to 50 major surgery in a week
- On an average 10-15 minor procedures daily
Piles ( Mulvyadh / Bavasir ), clinically known as Haemorrhoids, is the swelling of the blood vessels near the anal opening. An increased pressure on these blood vessels due to any reason, causes them to enlarge and swell, thus forming lumps which are occasionally felt at the anal opening.
An anal fistula ( Bhagandar / Fistula in ano ) is a small channel that develops between the end of the bowel and the skin around the anus. It frequently is the result of a previous or current anal abscess. Fistula has a tract with two openings - Internal opening into the rectum or anal canal and External opening through the skin of the buttocks.
PILONIDAL SINUS/ SURAKH
A Pilonidal sinus also called Pilonidal cyst, Pilonidal abcess or Sacrococcygeal fistula is a cyst ( small sac ) or tunnel in the skin. It develops over the tailbone at the top of the cleft of the buttocks. The cyst usually contains hair and skin debris. More than one cyst may develop and these are linked by tunnels under the skin.
VARICOSE VEIN / SIRA KAUTILYA
Varicose veins are veins under the skin that have become swollen, twisted and bulging. They are usually seen in the legs and feet. They are quite common, and most of the time do not cause any problems. However, they can be disfiguring and be a cause for cosmetic concern in females.
The veins of the lower limb have one way valves that keep the blood moving towards the heart and prevent its backflow. If the valves are weak or become damaged, blood can back up and pool in the veins. Over time, the continuous pooling cause the veins to become stretched, swollen and tortuous. Raised pressure in these veins also causes development of spider veins and discoloured areas which look like bruises.
Hernia is a common condition affecting patients, espe- cially inguinal hernia in males and incisional hernia in females. Even though several types of surgery have been described for hernias, mesh hernioplasty remains the gold standard treatment. Majority of the hernias require surgical treatment leaving apart small asymptomatic direct hernias in the elderly. Today, laparoscopic hernia is becoming gold standard. Obstructed hernia is an emergency and late cases carry significant mortality.
Acute appendicitis is the most common emergency encountered by the general surgeons. Men have slightly increased incidence of acute appendicitis compared to women. Incidence is 11 per 10,000 persons/year. Appendicectomy is a simple surgery, no doubt, but sometimes it can be very difficult and disappointing- sometimes one may not be able to find the appendix. Hence, appendicectomy should not be taken lightly. The th choice of surgery today is laparoscopic appendicec- tomy-one advantage being one can look into all quadrants of the abdomen-not to miss other causes such as perforated duodenal ulcer , etc. and very helpful to detect subhepatic appendicitis.