Clinical interests and procedures
- Anal fistula surgery
- Anal fissure surgery
- Change in bowel habits
- Colonic polyps
- Flexible sigmoidoscopy
- Gallbladder/gallstones removal
- Hernia repair (inguinal, paraumbilical, umbilical, incisional, and all abdominal wall hernias)
- Laparoscopic surgery
- Lipoma and cysts
- Rectal bleeding
- Rectal prolapse
- Medical law, medicolegal patients, and patient safety.
- Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland - Medicolegal Lead
- Association of Coloproctology
- Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons
- Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons
Mr Parv Sains is a Consultant General Surgeon with a specialist interest in Coloproctology, Laparoscopic Surgery and Colonoscopy.
He undertakes a variety of procedures including hernia repair, colorectal laparoscopic and open resections for malignant and benign disease as well as performing endoscopy and colonoscopy with a keen interest in performing day surgery. He also undertakes proctology procedures such as treatment of haemorrhoids on a day case basis.
Mr Sains’s primary medical training was at The University of Birmingham Medical School as an undergraduate and his surgical training commenced in London in 1998 and continued in the South West Thames training region (London Deanery) until his appointment at Worthing Hospital in 2009.
He completed two periods of Laparoscopic Fellowship training as well as a Doctorate in Medicine (MD) at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College London. This developed his interest in the application of new surgical technologies to patient care and he continues to apply this in his current practice to provide the best possible treatment for patients.
Mr Sains has had, and continues to have, a variety of life experiences including travel, sport, music and the arts. He has played and continues to support club rugby, martial arts and has a keen interest in music and theatre.
He has a fulfilling, close-knit family life and together they are involved in community projects and charity work.