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We have state-of-the-art operating rooms at Park Hospital, as well as highly experienced doctors who work together to ensure the operation's success.

When imaging procedures such as MRI Scan, CT Scan, and Ultrasound are unable to offer adequate information for diagnosis, laparoscopic and general surgery are used.

Finest care is offered at Park Hospital by the team of top Laparoscopic and General Surgery experts. We have Laparoscopic and General Surgery professionals on staff, as well as all of the facilities and super-specialties needed for the greatest treatment and health solutions.


Hernia is a prevalent disorder in which the contents of a specific bodily cavity protrude beyond the membrane that contains them. Hernia surgery is critical since it never cures on its own and worsens over time. 'A stitch in time saves nine' is an accurate analogy to illustrate the evolution of hernia if it is not operated on early. There is a distinct bulge that emerges when standing or under tension. Depending on the circumstances, it may become painful. However, surgery is the sole therapy option for hernias.


Hemorrhoids are vascular structures in the anal canal that help with stool control. They swell due to increased pressure within them, usually due to straining at stools and during pregnancy because of the pressure of the enlarged uterus. Hemorrhoids Surgery helps patients in getting rid of the discomfort, pain, itching, and bleeding.

Gall Bladder Surgery

The gall bladder is a tiny organ that rests underneath the liver on the right side of the abdomen, about the shape and size of a pear. Its primary function is to collect and concentrate bile generated by the liver. After eating, bile is secreted from the gallbladder, which aids digestion. Bile enters the small intestine via the common bile ducts (CBD). Gallstones are solid deposits that occur in the gallbladder. These stones arise when cholesterol and pigments in bile combine to create hard particles. Gallbladder experts conduct surgery (cholecystectomy) to remove the gallbladder, which is the only technique to treat gallstones. This can be accomplished using either a traditional (open) approach or a well-established endoscopic (laparoscopic) procedure. After that, the gallbladder is removed through one of the minor incisions. In most situations, recovery happens within a few hours in the hospital, followed by a few days of rest at home. Because there is minimal muscle injury (muscles are not sliced) during laparoscopic surgery, patients experience less discomfort and have fewer wound problems.

Bariatric Surgery

Patients suffering from morbid obesity can benefit from bariatric surgery. It is regarded as one of the most successful techniques for long-term weight management and weight loss. Also, it improves obesity-related comorbid problems such as Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, joint discomfort, sleeping disorders, heart disease, infertility challenges, and other health conditions. Bariatric surgery causes weight reduction by restricting the amount of food intake, causing less absorption of calories, or by a combination of both gastric restriction and malabsorption. Weight-loss surgery is conducted with a minimally invasive approach, allowing most patients to walk the next day.

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