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Mr Vijay Manda

General & Colorectal Surgeon

After graduating from medical school from Calcutta University India, I came to the UK for further training in Surgery.

I completed Basic Surgical Training in Somerset and then did research in Coloproctology from University College London. I also attained a Diploma in Advanced Surgical Practice from Cardiff University. I gained further experience and training in reputed surgical units in England like UCL, Kings College Hospital and Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells and then moved to Scotland for further training in Surgery.

I am a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh (FRCS) with subspeciality interest in Colorectal Surgery. I am currently based in University Hospital Crosshouse (NHS Ayrshire & Arran), where I have been working for the last 10 years. I am currently working as a locum Consultant General & Colorectal Surgeon.

I perform laparoscopic colorectal surgery and perform general surgical procedures like Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, Open and laparoscopic hernia repair etc. I routinely perform surgery for anorectal conditions like Haemorrhoids, Anal fissures, and Anal fistula. I am experienced in performing various procedures for treating haemorrhoids like Rubber Band Ligation (RBL), Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation (THD), Milligan Morgan Haemorrhoidectomy and now I am trained to perform eXroid treatment for haemorrhoids as well.

“Whenever a disease condition has many ways of treating them, it only means that none of them are 100% perfect. This is the case with haemorrhoids as well. Fortunately, we now have eXroid, which has revolutionised how we treat them.

It’s a simple office procedure, where the patient walks in and walks out having the treatment without needing any anaesthesia. It’s not only simple and safe but highly effective.”

Vijay Manda