11/6/2018

The offices will be closed

Friday, November 9

We will be upgrading our computer system in an effort to serve you better!

Offices will re-open on Monday, November 12


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11/6/2018

The offices will be closed

Friday, November 9

We will be upgrading our computer system
in an effort to serve you better!

Offices will re-open on Monday, November 12


View More
11/6/2018

The offices will be closed

Friday, November 9

We will be upgrading our computer system
in an effort to serve you better!

Offices will re-open on Monday, November 12


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7/26/2017
Tina Bruefach, PA-C, is one of the best ligation experts in the area.  Our practice uses rubber band ligation, a fast and nonsurgical approach to hemorrhoid treatment.  Unlike a hemorrhoidectomy done by a colorectal surgeon, hemorrhoid banding does not require fasting, sedation, or post-procedure care. It is done in the office and takes just a few minutes.  We believe that the CRH O'Regan System offers the best, quickest, safest, most effective and most comfortable solution for our hemorrhoid patients. 

If you are experiencing internal hemorrhoid pain or bleeding, please give us a call at 407-395-7040 to make an appointment with TIna.  At your visit, she will examine you and confirm your diagnosis.  If she determines that the CRH System hemorrhoid banding procedure is right for you, depending on your insurance and authorization process, you may begin treatment immediately or on a subsequent visit. 

During the procedure, she will use a gentle suction device to place a small rubber band around the base of the internal hemorrhoid where there are no sensitive nerve endings.  The entire process usually takes less than 60 seconds.

Once the banding is in place, it cuts off the blood supply to the hemorrhoid, causing the banded tissue to fall off, typically within a few days.  You will probably notice when this happens.  The hemorrhoid will shrink, relieving your symptoms.

There are typically no restrictive hemorrhoid recovery regimens to follow.  You can resume your normal activities as tolerated.  Simply avoid heavy lifting, rigorous exercise or strenuous activity on the day of treatment.  You may resume all normal activity the next day.

What are you waiting for?  Give us a call, and put an end to your hemorrhoid discomfort.



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3/2/2017

Colorectal cancer is the world’s second leading cancer killer – but it doesn’t have to be. If you are 50 years old or older, make it a point to get screened this year. More than 90% of colorectal cancers occur in people aged 50 and older. Precancerous polyps and colorectal cancer does not always cause symptoms, and this is why getting a colonoscopy is so important. Call us today to schedule your consultation and help us make this disease "preventable, treatable, and beatable."


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