A ‘hernia’ is a defect in one or more layers of the abdominal that allows protrusion of the internal contents through the defect.
The gallbladder stores bile, so if needed, it can be safely removed with few long term consequences.
There are multiple indications for bowel surgery, from freeing up scar tissue internally to bowel resection.
Skin Lesion and Ingrown Nail Excisions
Skin lesions often require biopsy and excision, and can often be done under local anaesthetic
A pilonidal sinus refers to a tract caused by the burrowing of hair and debris, causing repetitive infections
A range of conditions, from haemorrhoids (piles) to anal fissures can be treated with minor procedures.