What Are Hemorrhoids?
Caused by swollen veins in the anus and lower rectum, hemorrhoids can be extremely painful and disruptive to everyday life. Although rarely dangerous, this condition can cause the following:
- Severe itching
Not every patient with hemorrhoids, however, seeks treatment, choosing to keep this condition private. What most patients don’t realize is that hemorrhoids are extremely common. Indeed, by the age of 50, roughly half of the population will have experienced the symptoms associated with this condition.
What is Laser Hemorrhoidectomy?
Fortunately you do not have to put up with this uncomfortable and recurring condition.
Pacific Med Health Group, we offer state-of-the-art minimally-invasive laser hemorrhoid surgery that effectively delivers fast relief and eliminates painful symptoms.
Known as laser hemorrhoidectomy, this procedure is the preferred choice for hemorrhoid patients seeking safe treatment that minimizes bleeding and does NOT require hospitalization.
Hemorrhoid Treatment Preparation
Our careful and personalized approach to preparing patients for the procedure invariably pays off. We are known to dedicate a substantial amount of time to an in-person examination and build close personal rapport with patients prior to surgery. During the consultation, our experienced specialists will go over every step involved in the procedure and ensure that you understand what to expect during the recovery process.
COST AND FINANCING OPTIONS
The cost for this procedure may vary from patient to patient depending on various factors. However, most hemorrhoid treatment options are covered by insurance. We guarantee that our pricing will always be competitive with that of other local providers furnishing equivalent services. We provide excellent financing options, and discounts for multiple procedures are available.
Scheduling a consultation
A in-person examination will enable your physician to rule out other potential causes of rectal bleeding such as colon polyps, colitis, colorectal cancer, or anal cancer. In addition, it will allow for an assessment of potential complications such as anemia’s or strangulated hemorrhoids that occur when the blood supply to an internal hemorrhoid is cut off.
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