Award Winning Doctors

PELVINIC’s success is recognized by many awards from various organizations


Cost Effective Daycare

Provides a convenient and low-cost outpatient surgical experience


Ultra-modern facilities

Our Surgical technology and facilities are the best in class

Second Opinion

The department of Proctology and General Surgery at Pelvinic Healthcare has brought Second Medical Opinion Program to the comfort of your home at Zero Cost. If you are facing a chronic medical issue like Fistula in ano, Hemorrhoids, Fissure, Pilonidal Sinus, Recto Vaginal Fistula, ODS, Rectal Prolapse, Hernia, Antireflux/GERD, then Pelvinic Second Opinion Program provides access to world-class expertise that can inform your most important care decisions. The program allows you to connect with our renowned team of doctors at zero cost. We will review your medical records, imaging, and test results to advise you on personalized treatment recommendations.

  • Expert opinions from Pelvinic doctors
  • Online services available worldwide
  • Advanced diagnostic and treatment options
  • Zero Cost Consultation
  • Results in 24 hours
  • Save Time & Frustration
  • Give you Peace of mind
  • Pocket friendly treatment options
How it Works
  • Call or whatsapp or mail
  • Submit Your Medical Report
  • Review By Expert
  • Receive Your Expert Opinion
  • Your current treatment is ineffective
  • Diagnosed with a serious condition
  • Repeat Surgery
  • Multiple Failed Surgeries
  • When you lack confidence in your doctor

Our Specialties

Surgeries completed
Patients from 20+ countries served - Russia, UAE, Oman
More cost effective compared to higher medical centers
International patients served

Our Branches

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K-17 AB, Ground Floor, Kalkaji, Near Balaji Estate, New Delhi 110019
Gurugram, Haryana
Ranchi, Jharkhand

Patient Testimonials

A designer by heart and professor in Pearls Academy. Pained by suffering from Anoproctological problems for long, sharing his smile with us for the kind of relief he got after being treated by Dr. Sandip Banerjee.
Mr. Atul Kumar Maurya
For us, our "Reward" is the Trust that our patients repose on us and their sweet ' Thanks moment '.
Mr Abdullah
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“Dr. Sandip diagnosed my medical Condition clearly and above all, gave the courage and filled me with confidence to go through the surgery.”
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“It was a great experience with Doctors and Staff care, all staff was a friendly with good communication. My father Rajendra prasad recently get Operated.
Sushmendra Kumar

About Pelvinic

Pelvinic - The Pelvic Floor Clinic started in 2015 by eminent colorectal surgeon Dr. Sandip Banerjee. The foundation of the initiative is kindness, humanity and service to people. We strive to offer highest quality of service at affordable cost.

Pelvinic offer specialization in treatment and cure of diseases in the pelvic area under one roof. Treatment of patients is done using of latest technology coupled with excellent patient service and care.

Dr. Sandip with his team of experienced surgeons have helped more than 7000+ patients spanning over 20+ countries. We presently operate in Delhi NCR and are actively expanding to serve more geographies.

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Our Treatment Process

daycare treatment

Pre Operative

  • Patient Consultation
  • Diagnosis
  • Investigations
  • Surgery instructions
daycare treatment


  • Patient Admission
  • Surgery
  • Recovery Stay
  • Discharge
daycare treatment

Post Operative

  • Patient Follow ups
  • Patient Cured

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Frequently Asked Questions

They’re caused by trauma or injury that stretches your anal canal. Reasons for this can
*         Constipation or passing large or hard stools
*         Explosive or ongoing diarrhea
*         Childbirth
*         Less often, having anal sex or putting things into your anus can overstretch
the skin and cause a fissure.
*         Too much pressure, tight anal sphincter muscles, and poor blood supply to your
anus may lead to their development and poor healing.
*         Anal fissures don’t usually give way to more serious problems. They don’t
cause cancer. But they can be very uncomfortable.
To help these fissures heal and keep them from coming back:
*         Eat a healthy diet that has plenty of fiber.
*         Stay well-hydrated.
*         Avoid being constipated.

Your wound should heal within 4 weeks for a minor fistula or 16 weeks for a complex fistula. The following can help you heal: Follow nutrition recommendations. Drink only clear fluids until you start having bowel movements again.

Piles is another term for hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are collections of inflamed tissue in the anal canal. They contain blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Many people have piles, but the symptoms are not always obvious.

Only a doctor can tell you for sure since Pilonidals take different courses in different people. Some people may just experience a bit of a pain when sitting, others may only have some drainage and no pain, still others will be making a trip to the ER or surgeon because they are in excruciating pain. The usual signs of an acute infection are swelling and pain in the tailbone region. Most people end up at this site by Googling "tailbone pain". The most singular common symptom is discomfort in the area around the tailbone.

Constipation is a medical condition that can affect your ability to eliminate stool.Some doctors will also call obstipation “obstructive constipation.??? Obstipation is a signal that constipation is chronic and a more severe problem that could lead to serious health side effects if left untreated.

Gallstones can develop for several reasons, including:

* Forming when there is a critical concentration of cholesterol or bilirubin in the bile.

* Developing if the gallbladder is lazy and does not completely empty itself of bile.

* Occurring in people with other conditions, like:

  • Cirrhosis of the liver.
  • Blood disorders.

* During pregnancy.

* When you rapidly lose weight.

Many inguinal hernias can be repaired using a 'closed' or laparoscopic procedure - especially when they are smaller. Laparoscopic repair entails inserting special instruments through tiny incisions in the abdomen through which the surgeon is able to visualize and perform the procedure.
A Hysterectomy is the surgery removal of the uterus. It is a major surgery, but with new technological advances, the discomfort, risk of infection and recovery time has all been decreased.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a condition in which damage to the esophageal, oropharyngeal and laryngeal tissue occurs due to excessive backwashing of gastric contents into the esophagus.
Hysteroscopy uses a hysteroscope, which is a thin telescope that is inserted through the cervix into the uterus.  Modern hysteroscopes are so thin that they can fit through the cervix with minimal or no dilation.  Although hysteroscopy dates back to 1869, gynecologists were slow to adopt hysteroscopy.  Because the inside of the uterus is a potential cavity, like a collapsed airdome, it is necessary to fill (distend) it with either a liquid or a gas (carbon dioxide) in order to see.  Diagnostic hysteroscopy and simple operative hysteroscopy can usually be done in an office setting.   More complex operative hysteroscopy procedures are done in an operating room setting.

Ovarian cysts are closed, sac-like structures (more than 3 cm in diameter) within an ovary that contain a liquid, or semisolid substance. They may be single or multiple, unilateral or bilateral. They can vary in size from a few centimeters to the size of a large melon. They may be thin walled and contain only fluid (simple cyst) or may be more complex, containing thick fluid, blood, septa or solid areas.

Uterine fibroids are growths that form inside the lining of the uterus, on its outer surface, within its wall, or attached by a stem-like structure. They are typically benign.