UKSkin, a privately owned cosmetic and surgical clinic in Birmingham, has just launched The Rafaelo Procedure from their state of the art King’s Heath site. Administered by two of the regions leading colorectal surgeons, Mr Nigel Suggett FRCS and Mr Amit Patel FRCS, the clinic will offer regular treatment dates. We are delighted to welcome UKSkin to our growing list of Rafaelo clinics and we look forward to supporting them.
We are soon to launch Fistura, a brand new radio frequency based treatment to deal with Fistulas, a very common problem which up until now has required invasive surgery. Shortly, all surgeons offering Rafaelo will also be able to offer Fistura from their clinics. The website www.fistura.co.uk will soon go live!
Spire Bushey today hosted their second Rafaelo list under the expert hand of colorectal surgeon Mr Atif Alvi FRCS
Today we were delighted to attend a list at BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital in Harrow with Mr Jason Smith FRCS from where he intends to offer The Rafaelo Procedure as a routine treatment.
Its been a while since we have posted as of course elective surgery had been given a break for a while! Well I am delighted to note that a number of our clinics are now back open for business and are filling with Rafaelo patients as enquiries start flowing again. Should you remain interested in offering Rafaelo or indeed are a patient who has been waiting for treatment, please contact us via our website www.rafaelo.co.uk and we will try to get you an appointment. #rafaelo#haemorrhoids #treatment #piles #radiofrequency #patients #clinics# electivesurgery
LATEST NEWS – We are delighted to announce that Rafaelo Procedures are slowly being re-introduced. Initially, two private clinics in London will be offering Rafaelo from the beginning of June and we expect others to follow suit shortly thereafter. We will update you when more clinics start to resume their treatment offerings, although we anticipate that Rafaelo in the NHS might still be a way off. If you are interested in having The Rafaelo Procedure, please complete one of our on-line forms with your contact details and we will respond with available dates and venues. Stay safe and well.
With two months of zero elective surgery being carried out throughout the UK, indications today are that some hospitals are starting to re-introduce elective surgery. That, in time, will include Haemorrhoid treatment. Of course the more urgent cases involving cancers etc will be the first to be introduced but some surgeons are already starting to offer less urgent procedures. We anticipate that many people have been suffering their haemorrhoids during this lock-down period – their diet may have changed, their exercise pattern may have changed and indeed more people may have been spending more time sitting around and that in itself might have impacted on their haemorrhoidal symptoms.
As we anticipate a rush in the pubs and shops as they begin to open up over time, so we would anticipate a rush for people to get treated those conditions they have been suffering.
We at Rafaelo will be formulating a waiting list for those keen on treatment and, as soon as the surgeons re-open their doors, we will feed them with those names who have expressed interest during this period, on a first come first served basis. So, if you are likely to be seeking treatment once we get going again, why not register your interest with us now (by completing one of our online contact forms) and we will ensure that your name is put forward to your local surgeon when the time comes.
Keep safe and keep well.
Due to the demands upon the NHS in dealing with the Corona Virus pandemic, all elective surgery, including therefore Haemorrhoid Treatment, has been postponed until further notice. This means that there may well be a back log of patients awaiting treatment once restrictions have been lifted. If you are interested in having The Rafaelo Procedure, please complete one of our on-line forms with your contact details and we will submit your details to your local Rafaelo Practitioner so that you can get yourselves on the waiting list. All names will be wait-listed in order of receipt. In the meantime, our patient advisors will provide limited cover to respond to enquiries, please avoid calling but instead submit your enquiry via this website. Please be patient for a response. Stay safe and well.