Get Rid of Piles Treatments at Clintech by Our Expert Doctors in Mumbai

Piles are one of the common problems that people are facing today. It is a growing problem which steals the mental peace of anyone who is suffering from it. A healthy body is what survives in this busy and rough world. However, anyone who faces health problems such as piles cannot be at peace hence cannot perform up to the expected level. This is why there is a need for people to look for treatment right away. A visit to ClinTech will allow them to know what is required for them to get rid of the piles. The condition is painful and irritating and it is to the benefit of the patients to get rid of it as soon as they can. ClinTech has renowned specialists who have proven themselves in the field. They have vast experience on their hands and that is what has made them capable enough to deal with all types of cases. Whether your problem requires medication or a surgery, the doctors will be able to handle you professionally and make sure you do not have to go through and discomfort or inconvenience because of the methods they use to treat you.

Mumbai has some of the finest clinics for treatment of different diseases but there are none quite like ClinTech in terms of the quality of services and the professionalism that is exhibited everyone working in the establishment. The treatment methods used by the specialists at ClinTech do not make you stay at the hospital for long and you can leave right after you have been provided with sufficient treatment. For quality assurance, it is important that the best methods that are approved by the best in the field globally, are used and that is what the clinic does.

Learn about piles

Piles are an anal problem that leaves you in pain and discomfort. It is a condition where the hemorrhoids enlarge and cause problems like bleeding and pain. The condition is one which is faced my almost everyone, however, there are times when the problem gets serious and some people have to go through more than others because of it. Piles can occur due to many different factors which you will find to be a part of your routine. Things like exercise, sitting for long periods, pregnancy and constipation are some of the common reasons behind the problem. You obviously cannot stop these factors in life; however, what you can do is to get the right treatment when the problem occurs. There are many professionals who have the skills and capability to treat all such problems, whether they are serious ones or temporary ones that can be fixed with over the counter medication.


Piles can be recognized when easily. There are certain symptoms that will allow you to get a hint that you are suffering from the problem. The clearest of symptoms is anal bleeding. You can tell straight away that you need to visit a doctor to confirm the piles or identify another reason for the bleeding. Soreness and painful defecation are also common symptoms that will tell you something is wrong. Swelling in the rectum is also one of the common factors that hint towards piles.

You do not need to worry about the problem because once you visit ClinTech, consider yourself in safe hands.

Ano-Rectal Treatments in India


The Medical world may have seen ample growth and discoveries over the past few years, as is with the Medical scene in India. Development of the market in India focusing on breakthroughs and funding of projects encouraging smaller and lesser known start-ups, has resulted in focus on entrepreneurship and Medicine along with research.

The Field of study is so vast with everyone claiming to have a cure. Many of these techniques have been brought down from generations; others have been tried and tested to later determine that they may have unfavorable long term effects, and some may even be downright harmful.

The key to determining the best technique/ Medicine is through Medical Standards – The Food and Drug Association (FDA) in India is an organization which ensures all Food and medical products are safe, of high quality and effective. A Similar Medical body in the United States prevails to conduct similar activities.
The Ultroid Technique, used at ClinTech India is a US FDA Approved Technique, Ensuring that treatments are absolutely safe, effective and focus on cure and elimination of the disorder. Dr. Sambit Patnaik, Head Surgeon at ClinTech India, has trained under leading ‘Ultroid’ experts in the US and has started his own practice in India for everyone to benefit from this revolutionary technology aimed at elimination of Piles instantly.

Dr. Patnaik is available at ClinTech on Appointment basis only.

Piles Cancer


Hemorrhoids commonly known as Piles is a Disorder than may affect close to 70% of the Indian Population in the age group of 18 to 80 Years.

Although this disease may be so rampant, not many undertake treatment since a) They do not expect it to Piles or any of such associated disorder b) They feel shy to seek diagnosis and resort to home remedies instead.

A Diet high in processed fiber is recommended, since Dietary fiber is the only known substance capable of enlarging your stools. A deficiency of fiber can lead to constipation, hemorrhoids, and elevated levels of cholesterol and sugar in the blood.

Women need 25 grams of fiber per day, and men need 38 grams per day, according to the Institute of Medicine.
Recommended Foods Rich in Fibre may Include:
-Corn: Half a Kernel of Corn contains 2 grams of fibre. Popcorn is also a terrific—and low-calorie—fibre source, with about 3.5 grams of fibre per three-cup serving.
-Rajma: If eaten in the right quantity, It can help in maintaining healthy bowel movements and cleansing the digestive tract. Regular Bowel movements are associated with a lower risk of colon/ rectal cancers.
-Spinach: Spinach is a good source of iron and has a good amount of fibre as well. There are approximately 8 grams of fiber in 250 grams of spinach. Indulging in raw spinach salads or steamed fresh spinach is also advantageous.
Good sources of fiber include: lettuce, dark leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, potatoes with the skin, asparagus, cabbage, whole wheat pasta, oats, popcorn, nuts, raisins, pears, strawberries, oranges, bananas, blueberries, mangoes, and apples.

Benefits of Ultroid Over Conventional Surgery


ClinTech India possess the Sole Rights to Undertake the Ultroid Procedure Pan Asia.
With our Team of Highly Trained Doctors and Nurses, we have successfully treated Thousands of Patients with issues ranging from Piles; Both Internal and external, Fissures, Fistula to Pregnancy Piles, Piles Cancers Bleeding Piles etc.

ClinTech’s Technique is Covered Under Mediclaim and Involves a Non-surgical and Non-invasive Technique.
All Diagnosis is done after a Consultation with the Doctor, So Call now for an Appointment!

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Causes of Piles


Listed below are some Causes associated with Piles:

People face strain in the toilet because of persistent constipation. When it becomes tougher to eject stool out of the anus, the nerves swell more and even rupture at times. Ruptured Hemorrhoids tend to bleed when the condition worsens. This is accompanied by heightened sensitivity and pain.

No stool and excessive stool, both are a reason behind this painful ailment. Diarrhea – i.e., excessive bowel movement also strains the anal muscles.

Sitting too Long:
Sitting on a chair for long hours, like people who work at a desk are more prone to get piles because while we sit for hours at the same place, it puts pressure on your buttocks and hence risks of developing piles also increases.

Standing for Long Hours:
It has been believed that excess off everything is bad and same is the case with piles. Standing for prolonged hours also tends to push blood down to the lower portion of the body, causing swollen veins and arteries and hence, inflamed hemorrhoids.

Lack of a Healthy Diet:
Lack of healthy diet, especially fibrous food, causes constipation and strain during bowel movement. Junk food, excessively spicy food, higher quantities of meat, coupled with lower fluid intake, lead to constipation, which leads to piles.

Healthy Habits

There has always been this long drawn debate over what are the Good Habits to follow and what are downright Bad.

Numerous Journals, Advice Columns, Health Practitioners, Guru’s etc. Have alot to say over this topic, however, what are common among them are; to Eat right, Sleep Tight and Work Hard.


  • Nutrition  forms such an important part of our life and is often the thing we tend to pay the least attention to. From skipping breakfast, to eating Fast-Foods, To eating at irregular intervals. All of this can cost you. To beat this, All you have to do is:


1)       Never Skip Breakfast:

The Gap Between your breakfast time and Dinner is a good 8 Hours or More on an Average. It is necessary to eat to pace up your Bodily functions and start your day without feeling lethargic. Cereal, Coffee, Tea- Whatever you choose, But EAT.


2)        Drink Lots of Water:

It is Necessary to stay Hydrated the entire day. Drinking Water is a Good Habit and should be inculcated at a young age.


3)       Eat Small- But Often

Eating Small Meals will keep you full for a longer period of time. It’s not however necessary to be munching throughout the day. Instead, choose wisely. Foods that are of Soya, or are Baked, Foods rich in Protein, Vegetables and Fruits. Are a few of the wiser choices.


  • Sleep- One of the Most Important daily exercises to keep yourself balanced and Healthy. It might be difficult for many to get even close to 3-4 hours, let alone getting the required 7 hours sleep. But Sleeping, is Important. However Important other things maybe, find the time to Sleep, even for those 3-4 hours.


  • You may have most definitely may have come across the line- ‘Don’t Work Hard, Work Smart’. However, there is no point in working, if you are not going to give everything you got into it. Passion and Drive can make you go places, and get you things you’ve often only dreamed of. Take your Breaks, Make your Plans, Prioritize, Be Flexible – but remember Work is not your Life. Find time for other things as well, like family and friends.


In your never ending quest to find answers, I hope this has been of help. Follow Well and Choose Wisely. No one else Benefits, expect YOU.

The Ultroid Technology Permanent Proven and Painless Solution for Piles

Dr Sambit Patnaik at Clintech introduced for the first time ever in Mumbai the latest US FDA approved Ultroid technology that permanently treats Piles. Technically the procedure is known as hemorrhoidolysis. This unique technology is painless and is carried out in just 30 – 45 mins in the comfort of the clinic.

The system delivers a very low current to the hemorrhoid (Piles) causing it to shrink so that it never re-occurs again.It is completely non-surgical and is done without any anaesthesia. There is no need of any pre-procedural blood test. There is absolutely no disruption in the lifestyle and minimal recovery period as the person can immediately resume to normal activities. Ultroid is covered under mediclaim.

For details on the procedure visit or email your queries at

How much you know about your sunscreen?? – Dr.Sangeetha Das, Consultant at ClinTech

We all know we need to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful rays. Of course, it’s     impossible to avoid the sun — who wants to hide indoors when it feels so great to get outside? And the sun’s not all that bad, anyway: Sunlight helps our body to create vitamin D. So follow these tips when you’re outdoors to help manage sun exposure.

First and foremost, it is important to understand the difference between UVA (ultraviolet-A) and UVB (ultraviolet-B).

UVA comes from long-wave solar rays known to penetrate the skin deeply, and is considered the main culprit behind wrinkling and other aspects of photoaging.

UVB, on the other hand, comprises short-wave solar rays that are known to cause sunburn.

Even on cloudy day, upto 80%of the sun’s UV rays can pass through the clouds..

Snow and sand increase the need for sunscreen. Snow reflects 80% of the sun’s rays and sand reflects 25% of the sun’s rays.

Though sunlight is important for healthy skin, just a small amount will do.

 Evidence shows that in temperate countries, anything from 5 to 30 minutes of sunlight exposure between the hours of10am  and 3pm, twice a week, is sufficient to prevent vitamin D deficiency

There are two kinds of sunblocks. First, there is the physical sunblock, which deflects or scatters UV radiation with its active ingredients titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. Then there is the chemical sunblock, which supposedly works by absorbing the energy of UV radiation before it affects the skin.

What is SPF?

All the SPF number lets you know is how long you can stay in the sun without burning when wearing that product. However, it only refers to protection from UVB radiation, without giving you information about protection from UVA radiation

If that SPF 15 or SPF 30 doesn’t contain avobenzone, titanium dioxide or zinc oxide, you are receiving minimal protection from UVA radiation and it is a dangerous product to consider using. Dangerous because the user now spends more time in the sun, thinking that the product offers more protection than it does in reality.

Many sunscreens are also rated as “PA+”, “PA++” or “PA+++”.  PA, which stands for Protection Grade of UVA, measures the ingredients’ protective effect against UVA.  PA+ is sufficient for most activities but should you plan to stay in the sun for long hours, opt for PA+++ or higher, if possible.

So what are you waiting for…Step out  and enjoy the summer!!

Eat Healthy : Avoid Constipation

Are you suffering from

  • Recent change in bowel habits?
  • Fewer bowel movements than usual?
  • Strain while passing stools?
  • Do you have to sit longer than usual to empty the bowels


If your answer is ‘Yes’ to one or more of the questions, then you are amongst the many people who suffer from constipation.


One should be aware that there is no ‘right’ number of bowel movements. Normal passing of stools can occur three times a day or three times a week, depending on your system. It all depends on contributing factors that include the food that you eat and how much you exercise.
Every one experiences being constipated at some point in life due largely to a poor diet. Though it is usually temporary and not serious, understanding what causes constipation can help you take steps to prevent it.

What causes Constipation??

As food passes through the large intestine, water is absorbed and waste products from the food form into stool. As movement of the food in the intestine slows down, stools become dry and hard and causes constipation


  • Low fibre diet
  • High fat content in the food
  • Not drinking enough fluids
  • Lack of exercise
  • Not passing stools when you feel the urge
  • Laxative abuse
  • Certain medications
  • Changes in routine such as pregnancy, aging or travel


 How to avoid Constipation

  1. Eat High Fiber diet : Fiber provides bulk to the stool and also accelerates movement of the food in the intestine. Introduce more beans, seeds, green leafy vegetables, fruits into your diet.
  2. Avoid refined carbohydrates : such as white bread, pasta and polished rice. Whole grain varieties contain more fibers and also helps insulin release in the body. This also reduces risk of diabetes.
  3. Drink more water : Eight glasses per day is ideal. Also soups, fruit juices would be helpful
  4. Exercise : At least 30 mins brisk walk everyday or light workout / aerobics are advisable and also good for overall health.
  5. Consult your doctor before self prescribing laxatives : Some laxatives are habit forming if taken over a long period of time. Do consult your doctor for the right choice of the laxative and the right duration.


Could you sugest a good diet?

A balanced diet comprising of diverse and healthy foods and that is the key to
promoting good health.
Eating a balanced diet means choosing a wide variety of foods and drinks
from all the food groups. It also means eating certain things in
moderation, namely saturated fat, transfat, cholesterol, refined sugar,
salt and alcohol. The goal is to take in nutrients you need for health at
the recommended levels.

Also, adequate consumption of water is important for a healthy diet.

WHO reccomends:
1)Achieve an energy balance and a healthy weight
2)Limit energy intake from total fats and shift fat consumption away from
saturated fats to unsaturated fats and towards the elimination of
trans-fatty acids
3)Increase consumption of fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains and
4)Limit the intake of simple sugar — A 2003 report recommends less than
10% simple sugars[3]
5)Limit salt / sodium consumption from all sources and ensure that salt is

How to maintain Ano-Rectal Health?

1)Eat high fiber diet-more fruits,vegetables &whole grain.This would make the stool soft &increase its bulk.This would lessen the straining at stools which cause piles or worsens already existing one.
2)Plenty of oral fluids sufficiently that your urine is light yellow or clear like water.
3)Exercise- Stay active to reduce pressure on veins which occurs because of prolonged standing or sitting.Take frequent short walks.Excercises also helps to reduce weight which contributes to the development of piles.
4)Avoid long period of sitting or standing esp refrain from reading while sitting on the toilet which can increase the pressure in the veins.
5)Schedule time in a day for your bowel movement as a daily routine always helps.Modifying your daily activities to practice healthy bowel habits will help you in the long run to maintain anorectal health.
6)Go to the bathroom as soon as you have the urge because if you wait and the urge goes away,then the stool tends to become dry and hard.Avoid straining at stools.Relax and give yourself time to let things happen naturally.Refrain from holding your breath while passing stools which could again increase the pressure in the veins.
7)Avoid lifting heavy weights frequently.If you must lift weights,always exhale during the act and never hold your breath when you lift.