How to Find a Proctologist in Los Angeles

Medically reviewed by: Gary H. Hoffman, MD

What’s a Proctologist and Why Would You Need One?

A proctologist, also known as a colon and rectal surgeon, is a medical doctor who deals with the diagnosis and treatment of problems related to the colon, rectum and anus. Whenever you feel pain or discomfort in any of these areas, that’s when you need to see a proctologist. The main reason why a person might want to visit a proctologist is simply to get an accurate diagnosis so that treatment as a next step can be quick and effective. The phrase ‘ignore it and it will go away’, does not apply in this field of medicine. Once you feel that something isn’t right, your instincts are usually telling you something is amiss.   Here are just some of the disorders for which a proctologist can be of help:

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Such disorders are quite common, and there is nothing embarrassing about having colon, anal or rectal problems. See a proctologist as soon as you can, and get the issue resolved before it turns into something more serious. Remember you can choose to be responsible and proactive about your own health and well-being.

Find the Best Proctologists in Los Angeles

The surgeons of Los Angeles Colon and Rectal Surgical Associates can help you with all diseases of the colon, rectum and anus.  Gary H. Hoffman M.D.,  Eiman Firoozmand M.D.,  and Liza Capiendo M.D. are all board certified.  They specialize in laparoscopic and robotic surgery to treat abdominal conditions.  They also treat all diseases of the rectum and anus.  They are pioneers in the use of PPH and THD to treat hemorrhoidal diseases and also utilize all of the latest advances to treat perirectal and perianal  fistulas.  Disease prevention is also important, and colonoscopy is an important part of the practice.

By calling (310) 273-2310, you can schedule your confidential consultation and begin receiving help for your specific condition.

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