Laser Hemorrhoid Treatment Doctor NYC | NYC Hemorrhoids Gastroenterologist
by Dr.ShawnKhodadadian
 Manhattan Gastroenterology Union Square
May 04, 2020 | 2893 views | 0 0 comments | 485 485 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Hemorrhoids are one of the most common ailments known. Approximately 75% of people will have hemorrhoids at some point in their life. Hemorrhoids are common amongst adults of all ages.  If you suspect hemorrhoids, you should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by a physician for an accurate diagnosis and best hemorrhoids treatment plan and to exclude a serious illness or condition. 

Hemorrhoids are just one of many causes for rectal bleeding and lesions around the anus that need evaluation. Our doctors, the best gastroenterologists in New York, commonly treat hemorrhoids in NYC and can quickly alleviate your hemorrhoid pain.

What are hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids are a very common and bothersome problem affecting three out of four people during their lives. This accounts for millions of hemorrhoid doctor visits each year with complaints related to hemorrhoid removal. Infrared coagulation, or IRC, is a minimally invasive, non-surgical medical procedure used for treating hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are veins in your anal area that have become swollen or inflamed. They easily are irritated because of their location, making them prone to bleeding, itching, and infection.

How to treat hemorrhoids?

While there are many techniques for treating hemorrhoids, laser hemorrhoid removal has been shown to be effective, fast acting, and best hemorrhoid treatment option. Our doctors, best in class Upper East Side NYC gastroenterologists have completed special training in applying IRC and have treated many patients successfully.

What is laser treatment for hemorrhoids?

Laser hemorrhoids treatment uses infrared light, a laser or an electrical current with the same efficiency. Infrared coagulation is conducted on an outpatient basis in the doctor’s office.  Mild sedation can be administered as necessary for the hemorrhoid laser surgery procedure which usually only takes a few minutes.

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55 W. 17th St, Ste 102,

New York, NY 10011

(212) 378-9983

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