• How long does a GI surgery take?

    This procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to a few hours depending upon the nature of surgery. Please contact us for a definite answer in your case.

  • Who can benefit from a bariatric surgery?

    Morbidly obese patients (BMI >37.5) benefit the most from the bariatric surgery. A bariatric surgery provides a long-term solution for type 2 diabetes, helps to improve cardiovascular health, eliminates sleep apnea, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and depression, alleviates other medical conditions such as back pain and knee pain and improves fertility.

  • What are the various conditions treated by Dr. Sandeep Sabnis?

    Liver: Alcoholic Liver Diseases, Hydatid Cyst Liver, Liver Cancer, Simple Liver Cyst, Portal Hypertension, Cirrhosis of Liver, Hepatitis C and B, Liver Abscess, Liver Trauma, Fatty Liver, Etc. Bile Duct and Gall Bladder (billiary System): Cancer of Gall Bladder and Bile Duct, Bile Duct Stone, Gall Bladder Stones, Cancer of Gall Bladder and Bile Duct, Cholecystitis (infection of Gall Bladder), Cholangitis, Choledochal Cyst, Etc. Pancreas: Chronic and Acute Pancreatitis, Pseudocyst Pancreas, Pancreatic Cancer, Pancreatic Divisum, Necrosectomy, Pancreatic Trauma, Annular Pancreas, Autoimmune Pancreatitis, etc.

  • What is the recovery from surgery like? Will I be able to tolerate the pain post-operatively?

    Post-operatively each patient will tolerate pain differently. While some patients may describe the pain as an ache, others experience more discomfort. For post-operative patients, appropriate pain medicines are prescribed, which help minimise discomfort.

  • When can I start¬†regular exercise again?

    That is based on the performed operation. On the second postoperative day all patients are encouraged to begin a slow walking routine. During the first 2 weeks, routine aerobic and more intense exercises are not allowed, to reduce the risk of bleeding, swelling and bruise. In most cases, weight lifting and contact sports are permitted after 1 month.

  • How do I get an appointment?

    You will need to fill in your information in the appointment section of our website to get an appointment. Our medical partner will get back to you to confirm the date and timing of the appointment. You can also reach Dr. Sandeep Sabnis by calling him on +917598674643

  • When can I start my work after the surgery?

    This differs widely in the procedure performed, doctor will tell you how early you can get back to work

  • Do I need to undergo a test before my surgery?

    Yes. Before your surgery, there is a test panel for fitness for anaesthesia. A complex or recurrent hernia can involve a contrast-enhanced abdominal CT scan. In order to get fitness for anaesthesia, consultation with anaesthesiologists is mandatory for certain individuals before surgery.

  • Does Dr. Sandeep Sabnis provide a free consultation?

    Yes. You can call Dr. Sandeep Sabnis on his mobile number or submit the contact form on our website for a free consultation. Dr. Sabnis will call you to understand your problems and recommend the best way forward.