‘Free’ Colorectal specialty consulting camps to be held at Gleneagles Global Hospital on Wednesdays..

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Gastro experts Dr. Bharat Kumar & Dr. Aditya Chowdary to hold these camps, and a free consultation slot can be booked by calling (+91) 6366562039

365telugu.com online news, Hyderabad,October19th,2021Gleneagles Global Hospital (Lakdikapul), one of the leading multi-speciality healthcare providers, today announced launch of “Free” Colorectal specialty consulting camps on Wednesdays for the benefit of those who intend to seek expert advice for their health condition. Dr. Bharat Kumar, Senior Consultant – Surgical Gastroenterology & HPB Surgeon and/or Dr. TV Aditya Chowdary, Consultant – Surgical Gastroenterologist, will be available to offer help and advice to patients and their family members for no cost.

Commenting on the free consulting camps, Dr Bharat Kumar, Sr. Consultant – Surgical Gastroenterology & HPB Surgeon, Gleneagles Global Hospital (Lakdikapul) said, “Many individuals suffer in silence from problems like piles (haemorrhoids), fissures (anal ulcer), blood in stools, perianal pain, and fistula. We have come across many patients who do not reach out for medical help for such problems. Holding free consulting camps to address these issues will help such patients seek medical attention.

Adding to this, Mr Gaurav Khurana, CEO, Gleneagles Global Hospital (Lakdikapul) said, whilst being the best healthcare facility for high-end procedures, Gleneagles Global Hospital also stands at the forefront in aiding the society with such free consulting camps.

Seeking cure for colorectal problems early is important to ensure these problems do not aggravate to turn into cancers, which could even be fatal at advanced stages. Colon cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the large intestine (colon), which is the final part of the digestive tract. Colon cancer typically affects older adults, though it can happen at any age. It usually begins as small, noncancerous (benign) clumps of cells called polyps that form on the inside of the colon. Over time some of these polyps can become colon cancers, causing serious risks to the health and life of victims.