Best Laparoscopic and General Surgeon in Hyderabad -Dr Bhaskar

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“Patients’ Satisfaction is the Ultimate Standard by which I Measure My Success” – Dr. Bhaskar Chintakayala

-Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in Hyderabad

Dr. Bhaskar Chintakayala is a highly experienced and qualified Advanced Laparoscopic and General Surgeon who maintains a broad range of current skills and practices.

Dr. Bhaskar works at Srikara Hospitals, Kompally and also practices as a Consultant at Hayathi Clinic, Alwal, and Hyderabad.

He specializes in Laparoscopic and Minimal Access Surgeries, the common procedures of which include

  • Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery
  • Diabetic Foot and Podiatry Surgery
  • Laser Hemorrhoids and Fissure
  • Laser Varicose Veins
  • Laser Fistula and Sinus Surgery
  • Minimal Invasive Surgery for Small and Large Intestine
  • Breast Lump and Breast Surgery
  • MIPH (Stapler Hemorrhoid’s Surgery)

Dr.Bhaskar’s practice is committed to quality of care, to the understanding of the patients concerns, and to bringing to them the best surgical treatment available. He deeply understands the patients’ needs, questions, and fears; and strives to address them to the best of his ability.

His careful attention to details, combined with the latest surgical techniques, means patients achieves better results with less discomfort and rapid recovery.

A laparoscopy is a type of surgery that checks for problems in the abdomen or a woman’s reproductive system. Laparoscopic surgery uses a thin tube called a laparoscope. It is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. An incision is a small a cut made through the skin during surgery. The tube has a camera attached to it. The camera sends images to a video monitor. This allows a surgeon to view the inside of the body without major trauma to the patient.

You may need a laparoscopy if you:

  • Have severe and/or chronic pain in your abdomen or pelvis
  • Feel a lump in your abdomen
  • Have abdominal cancer. Laparoscopic surgery can remove some types of cancer.
  • Are a woman with heavier than normal menstrual periods
  • Are a woman who wants a surgical form of birth control
  • Are a woman having trouble getting pregnant. A laparoscopy can be used to check for blockages in the fallopian tubes and other conditions that can affect fertility.

 General surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on abdominal contents including esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts, and often the thyroid gland. It also deals with diseases involving the skin, breast, soft tissue, and hernias.

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to diagnose and treat problems of the abdominal and pelvic areas. During this procedure, an endoscope (tube) with a camera on the end is inserted through a tiny incision to allow your doctor to closely examine the organs of the area. Surgical instruments can be inserted through additional incisions to treat any identified problems.

 The main advantage is cosmetic; there is less scarring and in most cases the surgeon can make the single incision in a less painful area. For example, in traditional laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, four incisions are made in the abdomen in the navel, under the ribcage and along the right side of the abdomen. With the single site laparoscopic surgery, a single incision is made near the navel and the camera and instruments are passed through the single site. When the operation is complete, the patient has only a single incision and the scar will be hidden by the belly button. Should complications arise, the surgeon can make several additional incisions and complete the surgery as traditional laparoscopy.