Coloproctology

Coloproctology at Buckshaw Hospital

Coloproctology is the study, diagnosis and treatment of colorectal conditions including colon, rectum and anus problems.

Our team of colorectal surgeons are experts in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of colon, rectum and anus problems. They have knowledge and experience in challenging and complex cases.

Ramsay Health Care is committed to providing safe, patient-focused and effective clinical care. We routinely treat diseases of the colon, rectum and anus, including haemorrhoids, anal fissures and fistulas, colorectal cancers, inflammatory bowel diseases and pelvic floor disorders. We offer convenient and timely appointments for a fast and reliable diagnosis and prompt treatment. Our staff are respectful and understanding of the sensitive nature that colorectal problems can present.

Laparoscopic surgery is performed using the latest equipment and often in our purpose-built and JAG-accredited endoscopy units.

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