What types of surgery are considered to be ‘Colorectal Surgery’?
Conditions of the large bowel
Conditions of the small bowel
Conditions of the appendix
Mrs Badvie offers both open surgery and laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery for colorectal diseases.
Symptoms investigated and treated include:
Changes in bowel habit, diarrhoea and constipation
Abdominal pain and bloating
Rectal bleeding or mucus
Weight loss and anaemia
Anal and rectal conditions
Mrs Badvie offers advice, treatment strategies and surgery for the treatment of all anorectal condtions, including:
Anal abscess and fistula
Anal skin tags
Haemorrhoids / piles - injection therapy, banding, haemorrhoidal artery ligation operation (HALO), open and stapled haemorrhoidectomy
Mrs Badvie offers advice and surgery for pilonidal sinus, abscess and advanced pilonidal disease