What diseases do we treat?


•  Anal cancer: Diagnosis of anal cancer and evaluate for chemotherapy and radiation.

•  Anal pre-cancerous lesions, anal dysplasia: Biopsy and treatment in the office, high-resolution anoscopy.
 
•  Anal condyloma (anal warts): Removal and destruction of anal warts in the office or in the operating room.

•  Anal fissure: Medical treatment, injecting Botox in the anus, surgery (sphincterotomy).

•  Anal fistula: Fistulotomy, fistulectomy, Seton placement, placing fistula plug.

•  Anal skin tags: Removal of anal skin tags (in the office for small tags or in the operating room for the larger ones).

•  Ano-vaginal fistula (fistula between the anus and the vagina): repair of the fistula.

•  Colon cancer: Robotic or Laparoscopic or Open colon resections.

•  Colonoscopy: With sedation.

•  Colo-vaginal, recto-vaginal or colo-vesical fistulas: Robotic or Laparoscopic or open surgery.

•  Diverticulitis of colon: Nonoperative or operative management, evaluation for colon resection.


•  Fecal incontinence: sphincteroplasty (repair of anal sphincter defects, SECCA procedure.

•  Hemorrhoids: Treatment of hemorrhoids using rubber-band ligation, Infra-red coagulation, Hemorrhoidectomy, THD procedure.

•  HIV-related anorectal diseases.

•  Ileostomy and colostomy (stomas): Closure of the stomas, repair of parastomal hernias, revision of stomas, repair of prolapsed stomas.

•  Inflammatory bowel disease.

•  Perianal/perirectal abscess: incision and drainage.
Perianal infections.

•  Pilonidal abscess/cyst: Removal of the cyst.

•  Pruritus Ani (itching of the anus).

•  Rectal prolapse: Laparoscopic or open surgery, Perineal repair.

•  Rectal cancer: Robotic, Laparoscopic or open surgery, transanal surgery, evaluate for preoperative chemotherapy & radiation.
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Disclaimer: The above information are solely for patient's general information and education. For various reasons, some procedures may not be feasible for a patient. Some patients may not be a good candidate for a certain procedure. In general, to decide if a procedure can be done for a patient, doctor needs to see and examine that patient.