The Poursina Hakim Defecatory Disorders Clinic
Defecatory disorders are common and important problems. The range of these disorders is extensive and includes cases such as constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, stool and gas incontinence, hemorrhoids, fissures, and others. These disorders sometimes cause considerable harassment, but on the other hand, shame and social factors make the complaints less likely to be expressed. Sometimes people suffering from the problem do not know where they should go to track their problems. In most of our country’s cities, there is no specific clinic to follow these problems. The clinic has been created in the Poursina Hakim complex with the goal of providing appropriate and up-to-date diagnostic and therapeutic services to these patients.
The basis for diagnosis of these disorders is on medical history taking and physical examination, but if necessary, and in particular, to rule out the organic causes, laboratory investigations, endoscopy and colonoscopy are used and Other diagnostic methods, including radiography, will be exploited.
The goal of the clinic is to treat the patient at the right cost and maximum accuracy, planning future visits and follow up patients until the desired outcome is achieved. Clinic will work in days … until … from … to … evening and is ready to serve by appointment.
Mostafa Reisi, MD, Internist, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Scientific advisors board:
Seyed Mohammad Hassan Emami, MD, Internist, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Alireza Fahim, MD, Internist, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Hojatallah Rahimi, MD, Internist, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Elham Amjadi, Anatomical and Clinical Pathologist
Baharm Bagherpour, MD, Molecular Medicine Specialist
Pouria Adeli, MD, oncologist
Seyed Mohamad Reza Hakimian, MD, Surgeon, Surgical Oncology Fellowship Maryam Pourbafrani, MD, Psychiatrist
Abodolmehdi Baghaei, MD, Internist
Shadi Kazemi, internist
Golnar Rozati, internist
Reza Solouki, General practitioner
Fateme Maghool, PhD, physiologist
Nahid Jamali, MBA
Leyla Loghmani, BS, Nutritionist
- Diagnostic and therapeutic services: Perform colonoscopy, endoscopy, endoscopy, hydrocolon therapy,
Nutrition counseling: The role of nutrition and mental health disorders in gastrointestinal diseases is high, so patients can benefit from consultation with relevant clinicians if necessary.
- Follow up and file: Due to the importance of following patients, it will be done for all patients and will use file information to follow and educate patients.
Patient education: Effective patient education leads to better control of the disease. Patient education services are very important in the Poursina Hakim clinics. Another service is preparing and presenting educational leaflets to patients. Given the role of education in prevention and treatment, It is done face to face and presenting materials at the Center’s portal and, if necessary, the presentation of educational pamphlets and the production and distribution of educational films.
One of the goals of the Poursina Hakim institute is the research in the field of health. In the context of gastrointestinal functional diseases, this is done as research projects presented by the clinic researchers and implemented in clinic and/or contributed to the implementation of research projects by outside researchers.
The defecatory disorders Clinic, with its presence in the Poursina Hakim complex, with its subspecialist and specialists, laboratory facilities and the center for Gastrointestinal Disease Research, aims to achieve scientific achievements in solving patients’ problems.