Colorectal Surgery & Care in Reseda

You can find medical and surgical treatment for all conditions of the colon, rectum and anus in Reseda, California.

Colorectal Surgery and Care in Reseda, CaliforniaMillions of Americans suffer from colon and rectal conditions. If you live in or around Reseda, you don’t need to struggle with these uncomfortable ailments on your own. Medical and surgical treatment methods are available to correct colorectal conditions, offering you better bowel health and an improved quality of life.

Los Angeles Colon and Rectal Associates have offered the leading forms of treatment in colorectal care to the Reseda area for over fifty years. Led by Dr. Gary Hoffman, the Los Angeles Surgical Associates team is comprised of highly skilled colorectal surgeons (also known as proctologists), including Dr. Eiman Firoozmand, Dr. Liza Capiendo, and Dr. Stephen Yoo.

Treatment of Colorectal Conditions in Reseda, California

There are many different forms of colorectal conditions, and each condition can affect people in different ways. The ideal treatment for your colorectal condition will depend upon the type of condition and severity of symptoms you are experiencing.

Our team of colorectal surgical associates offers comprehensive treatment solutions for all forms of colorectal diseases, including:

We offer minimally and non-invasive surgical treatment options to restore the health of your colon and rectum with minimal downtime and reduced post-operative pain. Many of the surgical procedures can be performed in our surgical office as outpatient procedures.

We specialize in minimally invasive treatment for colorectal conditions to improve the health of those in Reseda. Our services include:

Prior to beginning treatment, every patient will undergo a gentle examination and evaluation process, and will have an in-depth discussion with one of our qualified surgeons regarding your digestive health and symptoms.

Colonoscopy in Reseda

Colonoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic examination completed to evaluate the inner linings of the large intestine. The procedure is completed with a colonoscope, a long, flexible tube equipped with a camera and light. The tube is inserted through the anus and rectum and guided through the colon to collect images, obtain biopsies or tissue samples and remove precancerous growths known as polyps.

Colonoscopies are regarded as the premier method for colon cancer screening. They are recommended for all adults at the age of 50, and every five to ten years thereafter. More frequent colonoscopies are recommended for those with a personal or family history of colon cancer or polyps.

To learn more about the treatment of colorectal conditions in Reseda, please contact us.

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