Colorectal Cancer – A Clear Danger

Eight months after Bharat Reddy, 39, had a surgery for piles, his symptoms that also included rectal bleeding did not improve. Our experts did a thorough evaluation of the patient and diagnosed that Reddy had rectal cancer. Physicians at SIICP performed a Low Anterior Resection on Reddy. It has been 15 days and he is recovering now. But our doctor say that his case is among the many rising incidents of colorectal cancer.

Since rectal bleeding is a common symptom, associated with piles and other colo-rectal disorders, it is easy to miss it. Our founder and chief Dr Parameshwara CM says, “A patient who is bleeding from the rectum must be aware that they may not have piles alone and that they may also have rectal cancer or colon cancer. Such patients should seek the help of a healthcare professional or a super-specialist.

Explaining the symptoms of colorectal, Dr Parameshwara said, “Physical inactivity, increased alcohol consumption, smoking, and irregular and unhealthy diet are the major risk factors. Some recent studies have shown that a diet with low-fibre and high-fat can lead to colorectal cancer. Western fast food is an example of low-fibre, high-fat diet as is a diet rich in red meat and processed meat.”

What is concerning is that people may not experience any symptoms during the early stage of colorectal cancer. At most, they may experience some changes in their bowel habits. Dr Parameshwara C M added, “The symptoms of rectal cancer include diarrhoea or constipation occurring constantly for nearly four weeks or longer, rectal bleeding or blood in the stool, abdominal pain, stomach cramps, or gastritis. Colorectal cancer can also coexist with haemorrhoids or fissures.”

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1 in 4 Bangaloreans at risk of Colo-rectal cancer

Colo-rectal cancer is the third most common cancer after lung, breast and cervical cancers. In India, Colon cancer stands fourth among men and third among women.

With cancer becoming the second leading cause of death globally, 1 in 4 young Bangalurean is at risk of Colo-rectal cancer.

Smiles IICP Founder & Chief Colo-rectal surgeon Dr. Parameshwara C M – Best Colo-rectal cancer specialist in Bangalore suggest simple lifestyle changes to prevent colon cancer.

  • Limit alcohol
  • Quit smoking
  • Eat healthy
  • Maintain normal weight
  • Be physically active
  • Get screened on regular basis

With regular screening, more than 50% of colon cancer deaths can be prevented.

Consult experts at Smiles IICP for more information about Colorectal cancer.

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

Swachatha Abhiyan Workshop in Mandya on 2nd October

SMILES IICP & SD Jayaram Group together organised “Swachatha Abhiyan & Health Workshop” in Mandya on the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd October 2018. Workshop aimed to create awareness and educate the public about the necessity of clean environment for a healthy society.

Among some of the elite dignitaries attended the event, Dr. Madesh stressed the need of taking responsibility for a clean environment inturn for a healthy life in rural areas.

Dr. Parameshwara C M – Founder of SMILES IICP & SDJ Hospital announced a FREE Health Camp on 12th & 13th October 2018 where free health checkups and surgeries will be performed for Fissure, Fistula, Piles and other colo-rectal disorders.

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We urge everyone to utilise this opportunity and get screened.

Clean Environment for a Healthy Society.

SIICP partnered with Medium Healthcare – A pioneer in Healthcare Consulting

Medium is a leading healthcare consulting firm driven by the challenge of new possibilities in healthcare and the translation of ideas into reality.

Founded by Mr Ratan Jalan, an IIT and HBS alumnus with almost 40 years’ experience in varied industries, today Medium boasts of a diversified team of professionals with rich experience across industries and functions.

SIICP founder Dr. Parameshwara C M is very happy and excited about the new partnership and perspective from the eminent personalities in the industry.

SIICP – First integrated Colo-rectal Hospital in partnership with Medium consulting is excited to reach new heights in the colorectal practice in India and worldwide.

SIICP recognized as one of the “Top 25 Fastest Growing Healthcare Startups in India 2018”

Today, a percentile of 35.7 people suffer from various colorectal disorders like piles/hemorrhoids, fistula, fissures, rectal prolapse, pilonidal sinue etc. Atleast 50% of population suffer with some or other colorectal disorder in their life time. As per studies approximately 1.5 million quacks practice colorectal and that signifies the intensity of colorectal problem in the society.

Dr. Parameshwara C M brewed a vision to prevent Colo Rectal problems by the most advanced treatment methods and to train and motivate the youngsters to choose Colo Rectal practice which are minimally invasive and thereby, he laid the bedrock of SIICP, India’s first of its kind super specialized hospitals for colorectal disorders in 2017.

Ahead of one’s time, SIICP has established a niche for providing medical care for colorectal disorders like Piles/Hemorrhoids, Fistula, Fissure, Rectal Prolapse, Pilonidal Sinus, Colon cancer, constipation etc within a year of its commitment.

Today, SIICP is proud to be among the “Top 25 Fastest Growing Healthcare Startups in India 2018”.

Read more: http://www.readwhere.com/read/1796861/Startup-City-Magazine/25-Fastest-Growing-Healthcare-Startup-in-India#dual/18/1

Healthcare Executive interview with Dr. Parameshwara C M

Dr. Parmeshwara C M is also an Advisory Board Member of SMILEs International Institute of Colo-Proctology (SIICP), a pioneer of innovation in the field of colorectal treatment and surgery which aims to create awareness about Colo-Proctology amongst the masses, encourage people to adopt healthy eating and work out habits for a healthier lifestyle and train surgeons/clinicians for the eradication of ‘quackery’ and standardise the treatment methods.

Read the interview here: Healthcare Executive Interview

Times Now interview with Dr. Parameshwara C M

In the Indian scenario, colorectal cancer stands fourth in men and third in women with respect to incidence and mortality rates.

In an Exclusive interview with Salome Phelamei of Times Now Digitial, Dr. Parameshwara C M, Associate Professor of Surgery and Head of the Department of surgery at Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences, Karnataka, talked about why it’s important to recognize the signs and symptoms of colorectal cancer, its risk factors and how one can prevent the disease by making certain lifestyle changes.

Dr. Parmeshwara C M is also an Advisory Board Member of SMILEs International Institute of Colo-Proctology (SIICP), a pioneer of innovation in the field of colorectal treatment and surgery which aims to create awareness about Colo-Proctology amongst the masses, encourage people to adopt healthy eating and work out habits for a healthier lifestyle and train surgeons/clinicians for the eradication of ‘quackery’ and standardise the treatment methods.

Read the interview here: Times Now Interview