Reconstructive Urology

Reconstructive Urology

Surgeons at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, are experts in reconstructive urology, which means they treat injuries and illnesses that affect the urinary tract and certain reproductive organs. In reconstructive urology, surgery is used to fix, reroute, or rebuild parts of the upper and lower urinary tract and some reproductive organs to make them normally work again. Reconstructive urology may be needed if a person has been hurt, was born with a defect, has a medical condition, or has had problems after surgery or other treatments. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, uses the latest technology to give patients expert care that helps them get back to normal lives.

We give each patient an individualized treatment plan to achieve a successful cure, optimum rehabilitation, and an enhanced quality of life, all within a compassionate and loving atmosphere.

As female urology provides various treatment options, we urge patients to collaborate with their urologists to discover the optimal solution. Surgery may be the best option for some patients, but medicines or behavioural treatment (such as bladder retraining) may be more effective for others.

Bladder Neck Reconstruction

In bladder neck reconstruction, the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the Bladder to the outside of the body) and a vertical strip of the bladder neck (the muscle that opens and closes the Bladder) is dissected and then sewn back together to form a more condensed urination pathway. Since this tube is thinner, it offers more resistance, which stops urine from leaking. This procedure improves urine retention by physically repositioning the bladder wall so that it does not dilate until the child urinates. This operation may be recommended if the leak results from a weakness in the muscles responsible for holding the Bladder closed in between bathroom breaks.

Medications and catheterization by Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, can help most patients with urine incontinence (inserting a tiny, flexible tube into the urethra). When non-invasive treatments have failed, bladder outlet surgery may be an option.


Urethroplasty is a type of surgery that fixes your urethra, the tube inside your body that carries urine out. Scarring in your urethra that makes it hard for urine to flow freely may mean you need urethroplasty. Surgery may also be part of a series of procedures that help people confirm their gender. The outlook for someone with urethroplasty is usually pretty good, but you should talk to Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, if you have any worries or concerns.

When scar tissue develops inside the urethra, urethroplasty is used to repair or replace the urethra. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, joins the two ends of your urethra after removing the scar tissue or may borrow tissue from another part of your body to reconstruct the blocked piece of your urethra.

Fistula repair

Fistulas and other complications of inflammatory bowel disease may occur despite effective therapy. This becomes much more important if you also suffer from Crohn's disease. Fistulas are severe ulcers that eat away at the intestines and can spread to nearby tissue. Dr. Sahaj Garg at Shanti Madan Hospital, Muzaffarnagar, provide you with the most precise diagnosis possible and effective treatment options.

If you end up needing surgery, you may rest well knowing that our surgery team is staffed with specialists trained to treat issues. To prevent your fistula from causing more damage and to preserve as much of your good intestinal tissue as possible, we provide a comprehensive suite of minimally invasive treatments.