About Us


is well known center in India for advanced and painless treatment of Phimosis, Paraphimosis & Frenulum Breve. The Center was founded by

Dr. Sandip Bhosale.

  • M.S., PhD(Sch.)
  • ZSR Circumcision Expert

What is phimosis?

Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin can’t be retracted (pulled back) from around the tip of the penis.

Phimosis can occur naturally or be the result of scarring.


  • Tight foreskin
  • Infections and Unhygienic penile conditions
  • Irritants from Soaps and Detergents
  • High Blood Sugar


  • Stuck Foreskin. Pain-while urination and retraction
  • White ring around head of penis, Itching
  • Foul Smell, Lack of Sensitivity.
  • Swelling and Redness

Our Treatments


ZSR Circumcision is a specialized circumcision technology which uses a surgical stapler to cut and seal the cut skin edges instead of traditional sutures. In conventional circumcision, the surgeon has to first cut the skin with a knife and then stitch it. In ZSR circumcision technology, the stitching with staples and the cutting are done by the device.

The circumcision stapler is a single-use device. The disposable circumcision stapler is a sterile, hand-held, manual surgical instrument preloaded with non-bioabsorbable skin staples intended to be used to perform a circumcision. It is designed to cut the foreskin and apply a circular row(s) of staples proximal to the cut line. The stapler portion typically consists of a dome intended to be inserted under the foreskin over the glans penis and a circular cutting stapler mechanism with a manual lever intended to connect over the outside of the foreskin.

Benefits of stapler circumcision
  • No intorable pain
  • No hospitalization
  • Faster recovery
  • No restrictions on Work
  • Nil postoperativ complications
  • No blood loss


Healthy people, Outstanding care.

Patient Reviews

Caring for the growing needs of our community.

Frequently Asked

An unusually tight foreskin that cannot be drawn back from the head of the penis.

  • You cannot retract the foreskin to expose the head of your penis.
  • The foreskin is too tight.
  • Severe phimosis can make erections painful.

Complications of Phimosis include Balanitis, Posthitis, Paraphimosis, Voiding Dysfunction, and Penile Carcinoma.

Your age may determine the cause of your phimosis. Children and adults may experience phimosis for different reasons.

Balanitis - Balanitis is a type of skin irritation that develops on the head of the penis. It’s especially common in males who haven’t been circumcised.

Balanoposthitis - This occurs when the glans and the foreskin are inflamed. This inflammation of both foreskin and glans make the foreskin tighter. Although a yeast infection known as candidiasis is often to blame, bacterial or other types of infections can also cause balanoposthitis.

STIs - Certain sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can cause balanitis. Symptoms of balanitis, such as swelling and inflammation, can then lead to a tight foreskin.

Other skin conditions

Lichen planus: This itchy, noncontagious skin disorder can cause shiny, flat bumps to appear on the penis. Topical steroid creams are usually effective at making the rash disappear.

Lichen sclerosus: This can cause white patches to develop on the foreskin and sometimes the glans. Lichen sclerosus can also cause scarring of the foreskin. Corticosteroid ointments may help. In some cases, circumcision may be necessary.

Eczema: This common, long-term skin condition causes dry patches to form on the skin. Certain types of soaps, the way you dry yourself, and other triggers can cause flare-ups. Work with your doctor to learn how to avoid or limit triggers. The doctor may also prescribe corticosteroid ointments and other medications to help manage your symptoms.

Psoriasis: This chronic skin condition can cause crusty, dry patches of skin to form as a result of abnormal skin cell production. Your doctor can help you identify any possible triggers and prescribe corticosteroids to help relieve your symptoms.