The Sternberg Clinic for Pilonidal Surgery also treat patients with general and colorectal surgery to treat a variety of ailments. Contact us if you are looking for a surgeon for one of the following procedures.
Before your colonoscopy or surgery please review these frequently asked questions from patients. Read more
Perianal/perirectal abscess and the chronic form of an abscess, a fistula (a tunnel under the skin that produces infected drainage) are common conditions. Discover treatment options. Read more.
Many patients and doctors attribute the majority of ano-rectal complaints to hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are not necessarily the culprit. Read more.
While seemingly mundane, a sebaceous cyst or lipoma can be an annoying and disfiguring problem and can be removed. Read more.
If you suffer from pain when you move your bowels, you may have an anal fissure. A fissure is a cut or tear within the anal canal. Read more.
Hemorrhoids are swollen cushions of vascular tissue that are normally present inside the anus and on the skin. Learn about surgery and treatment options. Read more.
Patient Instructions and Forms
Looking for the New Patient History Form and post-operative instructions for Pilonidal Surgery and General and Colorectal Surgery?
After many years performing major abdominal operations including open and laparoscopic resections for colon cancer, rectal cancer, Crohn’s disease, and Ulcerative colitis, I have chosen to concentrate my efforts in a few highly specialized areas of surgery where I feel I can make the greatest positive impact on patients.
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