We offer comprehensive and fully-integrated general surgical services providing complete evaluation, diagnosis and surgical treatment for a wide variety of conditions.
The department has the expertise, highly advanced surgical techniques and most up-to-date equipment to ensure you get the best high dependency care at Sai Snehdeep Hospital.
Surgical Specialties available at Sai Snehdeep Hospital include, but not limited, to:

Colorectal Surgery Unit

One in two people suffers from various proctological problems, primarily due to improper eating habits and modern lifestyle.
Proctologic Symptoms that need prompt medical attention:
* Bleeding from the rectum or anus
* Discharge or drainage (mucous /pus) from the anus
* Persistent or recurring pain in the anal area
* Persistent or recurrent itching
* Feeling of a lump or mass at the anal opening
* Narrowing of the stools
* Increased straining during a bowel movement
* Change in bowel habits (more or fewer bowel movements)
* Swelling in the anal or groin areas

At Sai Snehdeep Hospital we have a solution to nearly every type of problem for every patient. We ensure that, patients receive highly efficient treatment and finest expertise of our caring surgeons.
We have individual treatment for every patient need – the right choice.

* Anal Abscess/Fistula
* Anal Cancer
* Anal Fissure
* Anal Warts
* Bowel Incontinence
* Colorectal Cancer
* Constipation
* Crohns Disease
* Diverticular Disease
* Hemorrhoids
* Irritable Bowel Syndrome
* Pelvic Floor Dysfunction/ Prolapse
* Pilonidal Disease
* Polyps of the Colon and Rectum
* Pruritus Ani
* Rectal Prolapse
* Rectocele
* Ulcerative Colitis gs01

What is an Anal Abscess/Fistula?

An anal abscess is an infected cavity filled with pus present near the anus or rectum.
An anal fistula is an abnormal channel that originates between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anus. Is painful, shows bleeding and discharge when passing stools.

What is the treatment option for Anal Abscess/Fistula?

Surgery is required to treat anal fistula as they don’t heal by themselves.
Surgical drainage is adopted for anal abscess treatment under most circumstances.

What is an Anal Cancer?

Anal Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells in or around the anus or anal canal. Most times, the symptoms are mistaken for less serious conditions such as piles leading to more than 50% anal cancers progressive to advanced stages.

What Is the Treatment Option for Anal Cancer?

There are 3 options for anal cancer treatment or its combination:

Surgery: Surgical removal of anus or part of it. Sometimes necessitated with/without removal of part of the colon containing cancer and nearby healthy tissue, a stoma is created, and a colostomy bag is attached to the stoma.

Radiation Therapy: High-dose X-rays are used to kill the cancer cells.

Chemotherapy: Medications are given, usually intravenously (directly into a vein), to kill cancer cells.

What is a Hemorrhoid?

Hemorrhoids (Piles) are swollen and inflamed veins in anus/ lower rectum; most often result from straining during bowel movements. Hemorrhoids can be internal (inside the rectum) or external (under the anal skin). One in two adults is likely to develop hemorrhoids by the age 50.

What is the treatment option for Hemorrhoid?

When lifestyle changes can’t provide relief, surgery may be required; involving removal of the hemorrhoid or stapling. Our doctors will discuss the right option for you.

What is a Pilonidal Sinus?

A pilonidal sinus is a small hole or “tunnel” in the skin that develops in the cleft of the buttocks where the buttocks separate; usually gets infected causing a pus-filled abscess.

What is the treatment option for Pilonidal Sinus?

Infected Pilonidal Sinus may require surgical intervention to include incision on the sinus and drainage of an abscess.

Breast Surgery Unit

We offer the latest information on breast health and cancer treatment options from a unique, multidisciplinary team of specialists working together to provide the best treatment and compassionate cancer care.

Symptoms that need prompt medical attention:

* Nipple tenderness
* Lump in the breast or underarms (not all lumps are cancerous)
* Change in skin texture of the breast
* Unexplained change in the size or shape of the breast or nipple
* Unexplained swelling or shrinkage or dimpling of the breast
* Recent asymmetry of the breasts (could be normal many times)
* Any Nipple Discharge (except when breastfeeding)


The main treatment(s) for breast cancer are:

* Surgery
* Radiation therapy
* Chemotherapy

The type or combination of treatments required will depend on the diagnosis and the stage of cancer.
Breast cancer diagnosed at screening may be at an early stage, but breast cancer diagnosed when symptoms have shown may be at a later stage and require a different treatment.

We have transformed experience into success.

Sai Snehdeep Breast Surgery Unit will discuss treatments which are most suitable:
* Breast Biopsy
* Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment
* Breast Cancer Surgery & Chemotherapy
* Breast Cancer: Lumpectomy and Partial Mastectomy
* Preventive Breast Cancer Surgery

Varicose Veins Surgery Unit

Aesthetics has significance in our lives. Modern men and women are very sensitive about their appearance and about any type of aesthetic problem, even the smallest. At the Varicose Veins Surgery Unit, we successfully treat every varicose veins problem ensuring no recurrence and nil-to-negligible pain/ discomfort giving an aesthetic touch!


No more hiding legs. Results speak out themselves.

What are Varicose Veins?

Varicose veins or Spider Veins are swollen, enlarged veins – blue or dark purple, may appear twisted – usually occur on the legs. One in five people will develop varicose veins. Risk factors include age, gender- women affected more than men, being overweight, pregnancy and genetics are the main causes.

In a healthy vein, blood flows smoothly through the heart. The backward flow of the blood is prevented by a series of tiny valves inside the veins. Varicose veins develop when these valves stop working properly; weaken or are damaged, the blood can flow backward and collect in the vein, developing varicose veins.

What Is the Treatment Option for Varicose Veins?

Most varicose veins don’t require any treatment.
They may have an unpleasant appearance, but if it affects circulation or causes pain and discomfort, treatment may be necessary. Treatment can be conservative (medications, stockings etc) or surgical.
Surgery involves making a small incision in the leg, locating the vein junction and tying off the varicose vein or removing larger veins. Advancement in surgical treatment includes painless laser therapy to seal the affected area. Patients can be back on their feet doing normal activities the next  day.