What is Hemorrhoids?


Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the lowest part of your rectum and anus. Sometimes the walls of these blood vessels stretch so thin that the veins bulge and get irritated and can be extremely painful.

Surgery is one of the options, but there are still complications after surgery, such as:


  • Hemorrhoid surgery involves the vascular cushions of the anus, so not surprisingly, hemorrhoidectomy is associated with higher rates of bleeding when compared with other anorectal procedures.
  • Anal stricture and stenosis are most commonly seen after hemorrhoidectomy. The patient may also suffer from injury to the underlying anal sphincter muscle, leading to severe and progressive stenosis. Patients with anal stenosis often report straining to have a bowel movement, smaller caliber stools, and pain with defecation. Anal stenosis may also lead to fecal impaction and overflow incontinence.


If you would like to see how Hemorrhoids Treatment can help you relieve pain please contact us below or call us +971 4 886 2862 and make an appointment.



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TCM Shanghai Chinese Medical Center is pleased to launch non-surgical Hemorrhoids Treatment package which is non-invasive, pure holistic approach and GUARANTEED result satisfaction for people who suffered from Hemorrhoids for years.


It was a fantastic experience @ TCM Shanghai. Extremely clean, calm and comfortable. I have suffered from Hemorrhoids and knees pain for almost 5 years and cannot find any solution to help me . It is amazing that after 6 sessions of treatments at TCM Shanghai , I cannot feel any pain for the sake of acupuncture and the magic Chinese herbal cream. After the treatment, i have also enjoyed a total different massage called Tuina which was complete different than all other massage i have ever experienced. Thank you for the professional services and i will highly recommend to TCM Shanghai Chinese Medical Center.