New SMILES clinic launch at Queen’s Road

SIICP proudly launches second SMILES clinic at Queen’s Road, Bangalore on 10th April 2019. SMILES is now accessible to more than 5 million people with this newest clinic at Queen’s Road, Bangalore.

SMILES International institute of coloproctology rendered services to one lakh customers suffering with various colorectal disorders like piles, fissure, fistula, IBD, IBS, Chronic constipation, colon cancer, etc since 2010 at Mandya ans since 2014 at Bangalore.

With the objective of re-defining the shape of colorectal treatments with minimally invasive, painless, bloodless & cost effective procedures to everyone SIICP focused on expansion plan in 2019. As a part of it, on 10th April 2019, we launched SMILES clinic in Queen’s road and we are planning to open three more clinics in this year. 

With the establishment of three new clinics with advanced facilities, we aim to cover the Bangalore region with our best-in-class advanced treatment for all colorectal problems. 

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Commenting on the phenomenal growth of the institution, Dr. Parameshwara C M, Chief, Smiles IICP, aid , ” In India , 36.7 % of population suffering with various colorectal disorders and 50 % will suffer once in their life time. The statistics ore a great obstruction in ensuring quality healthcare across this nation. 

We also started “Touch every life” initiative during 2014 and covered 26 lakh families across 5 districts i.e, Mandya, Mysore, Chamrajnagar, Ramnagar and Bangalore rural. We have educated and created awareness on various colorectal disorders to these farnilies” As part of EHA consortium and aligned activities. SMILES have partnered with DHAN Foundation to create awareness among members of DHAN across Mysore and Mandya. Smiles have organised various workshops and educated 80,000 families of DHAN across these two districts. 

SMILES is going forward to with an aim to Touch every life and to redefine the shape of colo-rectal treatments in India.

Dr. Parameshwara C M awarded Achievers of Karnataka

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Having trained hundreds of surgeons, having out-performed more than 14,000 surgeries and 1,00,000 OPDs, having cured more than 85,000 patients without surgery, and yet…his unstoppable urge to transform healthcare doesn’t stop him there. This time it has accompanied him with a new milestone.

We, are extremely delighted to know that our Chief Colorectal surgeon at SIICP, Dr. Parameshwara C M has been featured among the top 24 achievers from all the districts of Karnataka in the Doctors special category, for his continuous service in improving healthcare.

We express our gratitude to the leading regional daily Vijay Karnataka – Times Group for having honored Dr. Parameshwara C M in “Achievers of Karnataka” and we hope the compassionate momentum in achieving his goal remains strong as always.

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SIICP becomes 1st hospital in India to use Mayo Clinic developed M-Compass for Anorectal Manometry test

SMILES International Institute of Coloproctology is the first hospital in India to use anorectal manometry technology developed by Mayo Clinic USA. 

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Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research, providing expert, whole-person care to everyone who needs healing. Mayo Clinic is ranked number 1 in the United States on the 2018–2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals Honor Roll, maintaining a position at or near the top for more than 27 years.

Each year, more than 1.3 million different patients from all 50 states and from more than 150 countries are seen at one of the Mayo Clinic facilities. Mayo Clinic offers highly specialized medical care. Mayo Clinic researchers contribute to the understanding of disease processes, best clinical practices, and translation of findings from the laboratory to the clinical practice. SIICP is proud to be associated with Mayo Clinic and use their technology for better and fast healthcare in India.

The Mayo Clinic designed and manufactured M-Compass is an FDA approved anal manometry device. Using an M-Compass, the Anorectal Manometry Test (ARM) is performed to evaluate patients with fecal incontinence/chronic constipation.

Today millions suffer from fecal incontinence and constipation while access to manometry equipment is limited. Easier access to M-Compass can put many suffering from fecal incontinence/chronic constipation on the road to recovery and drastically improve their lives.

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M-Compass

The M-Compass device is portable, wireless, and weighs only 3 lbs. It is easy to use, affordable and can be used in a doctor’s office. Conventional ARMs are huge, aren’t portable, and can only be used in a dedicated room. The M-Compass is also simple to setup, consists of only 3 components, and has built in software guidance while conventional ARMs are large complicated systems.

Prior to performing an ARM using an M-Compass, no bowel preparation is required and there is no need to restrict one’s diet. Also patients who undergo an ARM using an M-Compass are not required to discontinue routine medication. An advantage of the Anorectal Manometry Test is, when it is used along with adjunctive tests, it can not only confirm a clinical diagnosis but also provide new information that cannot be clinically detected. It can also influence the outcome of patients suffering from incontinence/chronic constipation. Patients who have been tested so far using the M-Compass are highly satisfied.

Speaking about how people will benefit from the M-Compass Dr. Parameshwara C M said “This innovative technology will allow people across India to be tested more accurately than ever before. Using M-Compass an ARM can be completed in as little as 5 minutes. Of the millions across India who suffer from incontinence/chronic constipation, many will be greatly helped by M-Compass. We believe that bringing this technology to the masses so that millions can live more comfortable and happier lives is needed. We’re proud to be the first hospital in India to do so”.

SIICP is proud to add a milestone to our list and it is an honor to associate with Mayo Clinic, USA.

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Dr.Parameshwara C M is a part of health council of Health Hunt!

SIICP is proud to announce that our chief Colo-rectal surgeon Dr. Parameshwara C M is a part of Health Council of Health Hunt.

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Healthhunt is Asia’s first fully-integrated content-led marketplace, that focuses on the wellness of the mind, body, and soul.

It believe that good health is the right of each individual. However, not everyone has access to correct information. In their quest to change this, along with providing valuable content on every aspect of health and wellness, they have also formed a health council. Health council team includes experts from all over the world, including renowned doctors, yogis, health coaches, fitness experts etc.

And we are privileged to be a part of this wonderful initiative.

SIICP is awarded as one of the “10 Most Promising Medical Tourism Companies – 2018”

SIICP is proud to be awarded as one of the “10 Most Promising Medical Tourism Companies – 2018” by Silicon India – Healthcare.

Dr. Parameshwara C M – Founder of SMILES International Institute of Colo-Proctology (SIICP) has changed tha face of colo-rectal disorders treatment that affects atleast 50 percent of the populationa once in their life time.

SIICP is proud to boast our equipment (India’s first 4th generation Laser machine) and facilities that meet global standards to treat colorectal disorders like Piles, Constipation, Fissure, Fistula, IBS, Rectal Prolapse, Pilonidal Sinus, Digestive diseases and other.

SIICP – Re-defining the shape of Colorectal treatments with Minimally Invasive, Painless, Bloodless & Cost effective procedures to everyone.

At SIICP, Medical tourism is not just about treatments, we strive to provide the best medical facilities along with best amenities for every international patient.

Read More: https://www.siliconindiamagazine.com/magazine/medical-tourism-special-october-2018/#page=34