Non-surgical vs. Surgical Hemorrhoid Treatment
At Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York, we offer non-surgical and surgical hemorrhoid treatment.
Rectal Prolapse Surgery Recovery
Recovering from rectal prolapse repair takes time. Here are some tips on healing for patients who have undergone this surgical procedure.
Colonoscopy vs. Colostomy: Important Differences
A colonoscopy is completely different from a colostomy, but some patients confuse the terms since they sound similar. Let’s define each word and explain what…
Colorectal Cancer Statistics: Facts, Figures, and Numbers
Starting Regular Colorectal Exams Before the Age of 45
Experts agree that people should consider screenings for colorectal cancer before the age of 45. The Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists Of New York discuss…
Colon Polyp Types
Our team at the Colon and Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York discuss the different colon polyp types.
Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists Moves and Opens New Locations
Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists has moved to new offices and opened two new locations to better serve patients throughout New York.
Colorectal Endometriosis Treatment
We discuss colorectal endometriosis treatment and explain what to expect during the process.
Diverticulitis Symptoms: What Are the Warning Signs
By knowing the symptoms of diverticulitis, you’ll be better able to seek treatment. Colon & Rectal Surgical Specialists of New York covers warning signs and…
Abdominal Pain and Crohn's Disease: Understanding Symptoms