Hemorrhoid Banding

Sheldon Taub, M.D.
Sumant Chakravorty, M.D.Dabul Elias Dabul, M.D.Lanes Gerardo Lanes, M.D.
Edward Deutsch, M.D.Ronen Arai, M.D.

Centers of Excellent CARE
Hemorrhoid Banding

img1 (3)Hemorrhoids are swollen vessels in the lower rectum and anus caused by increased pressure or straining. They are common in both men and women, especially pregnant women. After age 30, the incidence of hemorrhoids increases, and by age 50, about half of the population will have experienced them. While not life threatening, hemorrhoids can cause bleeding, burning and discomfort.

Messy creams and uncomfortable suppositories only offer temporary relief. Although hemorrhoids may improve on their own, certain cases require medical intervention. If you’re experiencing moderate to severe hemorrhoids, you may want to consider the painless CRH O’Regan Disposable Hemorrhoid Banding ligation procedure to remove them rather than the more invasive surgical techniques.

The process is effective for the treatment of both internal and external hemorrhoids while offering patients a permanent and painless solution and ability to resume normal activity with very little discomfort. Most patients with office jobs find they can return to work the same day.

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Hemorrhoid Banding

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RossBarry Ross, M.D.
SternthalMichael Sternthal, M.D.
Stewart Bitman, M.D.
Louis Rosainz, M.D.
Steven Sacks, D.O.
Matthew Smith, D.O. 
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