The royal and exclusive King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone has recently added Rafaelo to its range of surgical services, under the expert hands of Mr Amyn Haji FRCS and Mr Richard Cohen FRCS
The Private Clinic of Harley Street, located at 98 Harley Street, is the latest clinic to be offering the rapidly growing new Rafaelo treatment. Mr Nick West FRCS will be the lead surgeon on site.
Spire Liverpool, under the lead of Mr Raj Rajaganeshan FRCS, is delighted to now be offering The Rafaelo Procedure.
Dr Vivaldi of Cologne, Germany, has recently presented his study of 58 patients, with a follow-up after 12 months, reporting that 57 out of 58 saw a significant improvement in their symptoms, without any major complication.Poster_Rafaelo_Munchen2017 UK
The Rafaleo Procedure is now available to all suitable patients at University College London Hospital, under the expert guidance of Mr Richard Cohen FRCS.
Mr Amyn Haji FRCS carried out his first Rafaelo Procedure today under local anaesthetic at the new Whiteley Clinic in Central London. Clinics will now be held weekly for those seeking a fast, effective and relatively painless cure from their symptoms of haemorrhoids.
We are delighted to announce that The Whiteley Clinic at One Chapel Place, W1 are to start offering the Rafaelo Procedure, under the expert hand of Mr Amyn Haji FRCS, from Thursday 4th May 2017.
Mrs Elliott (86) was treated for her prolapsing haemorrhoids by Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Mr Nick West, having suffered on and off for the past 63 years but got to the stage where her symptoms were no longer manageable. She read about Rafaelo in the Daily Mail and did her own research on the internet. Mrs Elliott says that the procedure itself was totally comfortable and she is now fully cured of her symptoms. She says that The Rafaelo Procedure is ‘absolutely life changing’ and would recommend it to anyone
Paul Sylvester FRCS from Spire Bristol commented today on his examination of a recent Rafaelo patient “The second man we treated with a prolapse has had a really good symptomatic response. Some bleeding week 2, as expected, with some evidence of mucosal slough. On examination now he cannot feel it and a proctoscopy already shows a reduction by 75% in size. No pain at all’.