At Colorectal Clinic of Tampa Bay, our colorectal specialists treat a myriad of intestinal, rectal, and colorectal conditions. People with a wide range of issues can seek treatment from our specialists for everything from complex diseases like colorectal cancer to other colorectal ailments including inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), diverticulitis, and much more. Below, we take a look at 4 anorectal diseases we treat, including what they are and how they are best treated.
Your hemorrhoid doctor may recommend one of two options for the removal of hemorrhoids: hemorrhoid banding or a hemorrhoidectomy, depending on your unique needs. In this blog, we will discuss the differences of each, including what makes a person a good candidate for one over the other.
At least three of every four adults will experience hemorrhoids at one point or another in their life. If you have recently been diagnosed with hemorrhoids, you may not know that not all hemorrhoids are created equal. In fact, there are four different types of hemorrhoids, characterized by type, location, symptoms, or side effects. Below, we discuss the four types of hemorrhoids and how to distinguish between them.
Hemorrhoids are a common condition that is relatively harmless and oftentimes treatable, but sometimes symptoms that appear to be a simple case of hemorrhoids can be indicative of other, more serious conditions. Learn about hemorrhoid symptoms and treatments, as well as conditions related to hemorrhoids that your symptoms could be masking:
Dealing with hemorrhoids is a pain in the you know what...but, take it from us, you’re not alone. This painful, often embarrassing condition can cause prolonged discomfort for many people. Seeking the expertise of a colorectal specialist is often the best plan to improve your symptoms or to get rid of your hemorrhoids.