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Over 90% of our patients report a return to their normal activities on the same day
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eXroid Electrotherapy Treatment


eXroid electrotherapy 

  • No preparation (e.g. no enema)
  • No anaesthesia and no hospital stay
  • Non-invasive – no cutting or needles – Not a heat treatment
  • Walk-in, walk-out
  • Each treatment takes 10-30 minutes
  • Usually painless/causes minimal or no discomfort
  • Nearly all patients resume normal activities the same day
  • Appointments for treatment available within days of booking
  • National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) approved treatment (IPG525)
  • Approved for reimbursement by major insurance companies

One of the least invasive and most effective haemorrhoid treatments in the UK.

Electrotherapy is a non surgical procedure for eradicating haemorrhoids. It has been a clinically researched technique for over 150 years and advances in medical technology have now made it a mainstream option for patients wanting a safe and  effective treatment.  The most recently reported figures show that electrotherapy has a track record of over 155,000 successful treatments worldwide and over 3,000 in the UK.

An estimated 8 million people in the UK suffer from piles (haemorrhoids) and many don’t realise that they are not alone. People with piles can suffer from many symptoms from itchiness or mucus discharge, to finding a lump sticking out from their bottom or even blood on toilet paper. If you are suffering from haemorrhoids we are here to help.

Our experienced staff know that the subject of haemorrhoids can be very difficult to talk about, so please don’t worry about calling us to discuss your symptoms. We are here to help and are always very empathetic and discreet.


What are haemorrhoids?

Haemorrhoids, or piles, are swollen blood vessels in the area just above your bottom. It’s very common – more than 8 million people in the UK suffer from discomfort and other symptoms caused by piles.

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