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Exploring Femoral Hernias

In our bodies’ intricate design, vulnerabilities can emerge, even in the strongest structures. Femoral hernias, a specific type of hernia, manifest in the groin area, protruding through the femoral canal, near the upper thigh. Unlike other hernias, femoral hernias predominantly affect women, often presenting distinct anatomical features. What Are Femoral Hernias? Similar to other hernias,…

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Understanding Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the digestive tract, causing a range of symptoms and complications. In this guide, we’ll explore everything you need to know about Crohn’s disease, including its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment options, and ongoing research. What is Crohn’s Disease? Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory condition that primarily…

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Anal Fistula: Their Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Anal fistula, is a condition that demands attention and understanding. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for anal fistula to provide valuable information for those seeking knowledge and support. What is an Anal Fistula? An anal fistula is a tunnel-like abnormal connection that develops between the anal canal…


Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) – Your Most Important Questions Answered

In this guide, we will address key questions we are often asked about IBS, from its definition and symptoms to causes, diagnosis, and available treatments. Our goal is to provide valuable information to empower individuals with IBS and improve overall awareness of this condition. What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)? Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS,…


Understanding Colorectal Polyps: From Detection to Prevention

Welcome to Midlands Colorectal Clinic, where we prioritize your colorectal health. In this article, we will delve into the world of colorectal polyps – abnormal growths on the inner lining of the colon or rectum. Understanding the causes, types, symptoms, and prevention strategies is crucial for maintaining your colorectal well-being. What Are Colorectal Polyps? Colorectal…


eXroid – Say Goodbye to Haemorrhoids with This Revolutionary Treatment

Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, can be a painful and uncomfortable condition that affects many individuals. If you’re suffering from haemorrhoids, there’s good news! Midlands Colorectal offers a revolutionary treatment, eXroid, which has been changing the lives of countless patients. How Does eXroid Treatment Work? eXroid treatment is a simple yet highly effective solution for…

Incisional Hernias

Incisional Hernias: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Beyond

Our bodies are marvelously complex, but sometimes, even the strongest structures can develop weak points. One such issue is the development of incisional hernias. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the world of incisional hernias, exploring their definition, causes, risk factors, symptoms, treatment options, recovery process, and the long-term considerations associated with this condition.…


The Comprehensive Guide to Flexible Sigmoidoscopy: Understanding the Procedure, Preparation, and Recovery

Medical advancements have revolutionised the way we diagnose and treat various health conditions. Flexible sigmoidoscopy is one such procedure that plays a vital role in identifying and preventing colorectal diseases. In this article, we will explore what flexible sigmoidoscopy is, its importance, how it differs from a colonoscopy, the preparation process, and what to expect…

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Understanding Paraumbilical Hernias

The human body is a complex and intricate system, with various organs performing distinct functions to maintain overall health. One such organ is the gallbladder, an essential component of the digestive system. However, occasionally, certain conditions like paraumbilical hernias can disrupt the normal functioning of organs. In this article, we will delve into the world…

Diverticular disease

What is Diverticular Disease and How Can it be Treated?

Diverticular disease is a common condition that affects the colon, particularly the lower part known as the sigmoid colon. It involves the formation of small pouches, called diverticula, in the wall of the colon. While diverticular disease is usually benign and doesn’t cause any symptoms, it can occasionally lead to complications and require medical intervention.…

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Mr Peravali was extremely professional whilst being approachable to ask any questions about the operation and recovery. His supporting team made me feel like I was in safe hands, again exchanges of conversations between us made me very relaxed.

“I cannot fault the care I received”

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for the care and kindness you showed me before during and after my prolapse operation. I cannot fault the care I received and I hope you carry on providing this high level of care to your patients.

Mrs. F.A

"I have no hesitation in recommending your skills to other people"

You carried out an operation for my abdominal hernias at Spire Little Aston Hospital.

I wish to express my thanks to you and your staff for the high standard of clinical and patient care I received. The pain and discomfort from the hernias have gone and I now feel so much better after the operation.

Thank you so much and I have no hesitation in recommending your skills to other people with similar problems.

Mr. B.B.

"The care I received was first class"

Just a short note to thank you and your team for the treatment and care you gave me during and after my cancer operation.

After first meeting you,  both my wife and myself had total confidence in you. What really impressed us was the aftercare you and your team provided.

The care I received was first class and I witnessed first-hand how dedicated you and your team are to your patients.

Mr. L.D. & Mrs. T.D.

"We really appreciated your honest and comforting approach"

I would like to say a big thank you to you for my mom’s treatment. We really appreciated your honest and comforting approach and support – sometimes with not good news but always with a smile, a plan and complete reassurance that in your hands my mom would be ok.

We particularly welcomed your well needed lightness and laughter.  On the day of the surgery you took time to talk to my mom as well as myself and my sister which really helped us all. My mom has made a fantastic recovery and is better than ever – thank you once again and we will be for ever indebted to you.

Mrs. M.K.

"Excellent outcome"

We are writing to say how pleased we are with Dr Rajeev Peravali who saved my mum’s life in March when she was admitted to Hospital with severe abdominal pain. She had an ileostomy at the time. He subsequently reversed her ileostomy and has had an excellent outcome once again thanks to Dr Peravali.

Mrs. A.S. & family

"Helped me a great deal"

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for the surgery you performed to remove a cancer from my colon.

I would also like to thank you for the time and information you gave me throughout and after the procedure, I found that helped me a great deal.

Mr. R.U.

"The work you do is outstanding"

I would like to say a huge thank you to you and your team for the specialist care you gave throughout my operation. The work you do is outstanding and I will be forever grateful for what you have done for me.

Mr. D.W.

"I will never be able to thank you enough"

I am writing to express my gratitude for the treatment I received at your hands. Everyone was so wonderful. The day I was admitted to hospital was one of the toughest times in my life. The personal attention and kindness shown by you, coupled by the caring attitude of the hospital staff helped me overcome my fears about surgery.

I want you to know that you are doing a wonderful job and I will never be able to thank you enough. The support and advice I received from you before undergoing the surgery was crucial in my speedy recovery. I will recommend you not just as a doctor but also as a great human being who is a good listener with lots of patience with a caring attitude.

Mr. I.W.

"Very very pleased thank you."

I felt very relaxed and confident with Mr Peravali’s explanation of the procedure to take place. After the procedure I am really pleased with the outcome .could not have been better no pain no inflammation. Very very pleased thank you.



"Was easy to speak to and be empathetic."

Mr Peravali was very approachable made me feel at ease, wanted to help with my pain and felt he meant it. Was easy to speak to and be empathetic. Had been putting off seeing anyone but if I had known what the consultant was like I would have gone sooner.


"Very efficient and gave me a lot of confidence about the operation"

Wearing hearing aids makes life a bit more complicated , Mr Peravali was very patient with me and made sure I understood everything . Very efficient and gave me a lot of confidence about the operation . Also found time to pass a few pleasant remarks .

My consultant shows that he's competent and is experienced in what he does. I think he was being thorough with the procedure to make sure I was in the clear. Thanks again to Mr Peravali

The consultant was very good. He came to talk me through the procedure before hand and asked if I had any questions. He also came after the procedure and told me how it went again asking if I had any questions. He also explained how my recovery should go. Thank you Mr Peravali