Proctologists are physicians who diagnose the rectum, anus, and whole gastrointestinal tract diseases and treat them. In order to provide patients with the best outcomes, The Life Plus has a proctologist doctor who specializes in corrective colorectal surgery. To treat proctological lesions, The Life Plus has adopted the most advanced proctology units that now have the ultimate surgical laser technology.

Types of condition we treat

  • Diverticulitis.
  • Fissures.
  • Hemorrhoids.
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
  • Polyps.
  • Rectal prolapse.

The hospital is situated at 266/C, 80 Feet Road, near C.M.H HOSPITAL, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

21 +

Years Of Expertise

11,700 +

Successful Surgeries

590,315 +


99 %

Success Rate

Proctology FAQ's

Colorectal surgeons manage diseases of the intestinal tract. This tract consists of the colon, rectum, anal canal, and perianal area

Colorectal surgeons are trained to perform a variety of diagnostic tests and surgical procedures. Their most common procedures include the following:

  • Anoscopy. This procedure helps identify abnormalities in the anus and rectum.
  • Colonoscopy. During a colonoscopy, the doctor examines the entire colon and screens for colorectal cancer. They may also remove polyps.
  • Digital rectal exams. During this physical examination, the doctor uses their fingers to examine the lower rectum and prostate.
  • Endorectal ultrasound. This is an imaging test to help diagnose colorectal cancers.
  • Proctoscopy. In this procedure, the doctor examines the rectum and anus, takes tissue for biopsy, or removes polyps.
  • Sigmoidoscopy. In this procedure, the doctor examines the lower third of your colon, which is called the sigmoid colon.

It may not occur to you to see a colorectal surgeon until another doctor refers you to one. But you may want to ask for a referral if you have symptoms like:

  • Anal itching or burning
  • Bleeding or other discharge from the anus
  • Anal or rectal pain
  • Anal warts, bumps, or the sensation of a foreign body fecal incontinence