We provide individualized treatment to optimize outcome. Our colon and rectal surgeons treat a variety of anorectal conditions including:


  • Hemorrhoidectomy: Surgical removal of hemorrhoids      
  • Rubber band ligation: A procedure to treat hemorrhoids with a tight rubber band that blocks blood flood
  • Sclerotherapy: A method of treating hemorrhoids by injecting medication directly into the tissue
  • Stapled hemorrhoidectomy (PPH): Removal of hemorrhoids that uses staples instead of sutures to close the wound
  • Ultrasound-guided hemorrhoid artery ligation (HAL-RAR procedure): A minimally invasive procedure to shrink hemorrhoids

Anal fistula:

  • Advancement flaps: Surgical procedure to fix a rectal ulcer or anal fistula that has developed between the rectum and anus
  • Fibrin glue: A specialized treatment for anal fistula that uses a glue to seal the opening between the anus and rectum
  • Fistula plug: A sphincter-sparing, non-surgical treatment for anal fistula
  • Fistulotomy: A surgical procedure that involves opening up and correcting an anal fistula
  • Setons: A surgical treatment for certain types of anal fistula

Anal fissure:

  • Botox: A temporary injection-based treatment for anal fissure
  • Sphincterotomy: Surgical procedure for treatment of anal fissure
  • Topical therapy: Medication applied to help heal an anal fissure

Pelvic floor disorders: Including fecal incontinence, constipation and rectal prolapse.

Laparoscopic colectomy: Minimally invasive removal of the colon, typically for treatment of colon cancer

Transanal endoscopic microsurgery: An advanced minimally invasive procedure for removal of rectal tumors or lesions

J Pouch surgery: To create a new rectum for people who’ve had colostomy for treatment of ulcerative colitis