A well-equipped day treatment centre located at the heart of Hong Kong, Genesis Surgery has served nearly 40,000 patients in Hong Kong and from all over the world since 2007.
Committed and Focused
Over the years, we have focused on the management of a small number of health issues, including keloids, thyroid nodules, and hernia, and have accumulated valuable experience. We participate in overseas academic exchange activities from time to time, and have introduced various innovative techniques to Hong Kong, including cryotherapy in the treatment of keloids, radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for thyroid nodules, and autologous tissue hernia repair.
Attentive to Detail
We put patients first and consider their wellbeing our primary concern. We strive to enhance the patient experience down to the smallest detail. To calm patients and relieve their pain, for example, we are equipped with a variety of tools such as music player, virtual reality headsets, a vibrator, and an air cooler.
Safe and convenient
With a day treatment room and advanced medical equipment, we offer flexibility in appointment scheduling. It is possible to see a doctor and get treated on the same day. Choosing a day treatment centre can also prevent hospital-acquired infections, and avoid the admission procedures in hospitals, so patients can rest more and worry less.
Keloids are a type of enlarged, raised scar. They develop after skin damage and can spread beyond the original wound. At present, keloids cannot be cured completely, and the risk of recurrence is high. The main goals of keloid treatment are to shrink the scar, improve the appearance, relieve symptoms such as pain and itching, and help patients restore physical functions such as joint mobility. Common treatment options include:
- Steroid injections
- Pressure therapy
- Surgical resection
- Superficial radiation therapy (SRT)
Close follow-up is key to preventing keloid recurrence. We offer complimentary follow-up care service for all of our patients, so their treatment outcomes can be monitored from time to time.
A thyroidectomy, the surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland, leaves patients with noticeable scars and undermines thyroid function. An alternative treatment option, radiofrequency ablation (RFA), can now be performed at our centre. Its advantages include:
- Maintaining thyroid function
- Non-invasive – leaves no scars after treatment
- A lower rate of complications, e.g. infections, bleeding, and voice change
A hernia occurs when a weak place in the muscle layer allows tissue normally contained by the muscles to push through. Surgery is currently the only treatment that can repair hernias. In addition to mesh repair which is widely performed in clinical practice, autologous tissue hernia repair (a form of no-mesh repair) is also available at our centre. Both procedures have a similarly low level of risk, while autologous tissue hernia repair can prevent complications caused by the mesh such as pain and infection.
In a traditional vasectomy, the surgeon uses a scalpel to make two cuts into the scrotum, which are then stitched up after the procedure. In a no-scalpel vasectomy procedure, the surgeon uses a special device to make a tiny puncture (about 0.3-0.5cm) of the scrotum to access the vas deferens. No incision or stitches are required, which significantly reduces the risk of infection and bleeding. The operation is performed under local anesthesia, and causes only a little discomfort. It takes about 15 to 20 minutes.
- Gynecomastia treatment
- Laser circumcision
- Hyperhidrosis treatment
- Botox injections
- MiraDry treatment
- Varicose vein treatment
- Tumour removal
- Skin tumour removal
- Endoscopy (OGD and colonoscopy)
- Hemorrhoid treatment
- Other minor surgery
- Ingrown toenail
- Sebaceous cyst
Dr Tony Chan Tung Fei
Specialist in General Surgery
Contact us for a free preliminary assessment:
Monday to Friday: 9am to 6:30pm
Saturday: 9am to 1pm
Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
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* The information on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat any health condition and is not a replacement for treatment by a healthcare provider.