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Since 1910, the doctors of our clinic have helped people with hemorrhoids and other debilitating rectal conditions - without hospital surgery. This specialty has been our sole focus during this time.
Anyone suffering with a rectal ailment is not alone. In the US, it is well established that over 50% of the adult population will at some point have a rectal ailment severe enough to require treatment. At any given time, an estimated 5% need treatment.
If you or someone you know is in this group, it's time to stop being in pain! Our low-invasive, low-pain treatment methods have succeeded in getting thousands of patients back to work and enjoying life again.
Dr. Steven Cranford
CONDITIONS WE TREAT
Hemorrhoids : What are hemorrhoids and why do they develop? Through the years, we have developed the best non-surgical, low-pain treatment available for the most common rectal disease. (more)
Fissures : Searing pain – at times this is a debilitating condition. Fissures are tears in the anal/rectal lining and tend to form when hemorrhoids are already present. We perform a uniquely effective treatment for this condition. (more)
Genital/Anal Warts : Caused by a virus, this is a bothersome condition, but we have many years experience treating it effectively. (more)
Constipation : When this common malady becomes chronic is when it becomes dangerous. Directly or indirectly, it underlies nearly all rectal disease. (more)
Anal Itching : Persistent itching is also called Pruritis Ani. What it is and what it may indicate. How we go about stopping it. (more)
Fistulas : Infected channels that extend outward from the rectal canal. These can cause extreme pain but are quite accessible to treatment. (more)
Anal/Rectal Pain : There are many potential causes of pain in the anal/rectal area. This page will help you narrow down what condition is causing it. (more)
Rectal Bleeding : 75% of bleeding from the rectum is directly due to conditions of the anus and rectum, not the colon. After a careful low-pain examination to determine the cause, we offer tried-and-true treatment options. (more)
Inflamed Rectal Papillae : These little-known structures in the rectum can become inflamed and enlarged, causing pain and irritation. (more)
Anal Stenosis : A narrowing or tightening of the anal opening, which can cause a variety of other rectal conditions. (more)
If you have pain or other symptoms but are not sure of your condition, go to this page.