There are many reasons patients may need to visit an interventional endoscopist. The interventional endoscopist London patients choose may depend on their GP or a personal choice, depending on referral. Dr Rehan Haidry is a highly experienced interventional endoscopist with significant experience and a commitment to innovation in the field. Let’s look more closely at interventional endoscopy and why a patient may need this procedure.
What is Interventional Endoscopy?
Interventional endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that gastroenterologists use for diagnosis or treatment. It is often the best choice for complex gastrointestinal procedures. It avoids the need for major surgery. Furthermore, as this area of medicine becomes even more innovative, more complex procedures become possible. Therefore, it can help patients avoid major surgery. It can also minimise the long-term side effects and impact that surgery often causes. Most endoscopic procedures can take place on an outpatient basis. This type of procedure can treat a range of conditions and diseases, including:
- Zenker’s diverticulum
- Early-stage gastrointestinal cancers
- Barrett’s Oesophagus
- Oesophageal Strictures
- Some bariatric procedures
You may also find that endoscopic procedures are used to diagnose a condition. It can help to see the inside of the oesophagus and the stomach. With the simple insertion of the endoscope down the throat, the doctor can quickly diagnose a range of conditions or take biopsies for further testing.
Dr Rehan Haidry: Interventional Endoscopist London
Dr Haidry is a specialist in interventional endoscopy. He works at both the Cleveland Clinic London and University College Hospital London. Until recently, he was the director of endoscopy for the division of gastroenterology at University College Hospital and The London clinic. In 2021 he joined the world acclaimed Cleveland Clinic London and became the Clinical Lead for Endoscopy for this world-leading organisation.
Dr Haidry is regularly at the forefront of the latest developments and research in the field of endoscopy. In addition, he regularly contributes to leading medical journals to push boundaries and find the best future treatments.
Endoscopy has changed the way we view surgery. Many procedures which were previously considered very high risk are now much more achievable. This means more patients can get the treatment they need. It also means they can move forward with their lives with reduced symptoms or, in some instances, a complete cure.
Dr Haidry’s total commitment to his research and finding new and innovative procedures drives his clinical practice. His experience in interventional endoscopy ensures all patients benefit from unparalleled medical treatment and care. Dr Haidry runs regular clinics at the Cleveland Clinic London. Make enquiries directly with Dr Haidry’s PA Debra Hyams on 020 3423 7500.