When surgery is your best treatment option for a colorectal condition, trust a fellowship-trained Englewood Health colon and rectal surgeon in New Jersey.
Our colon and rectal surgeons focus on treatment of disorders in the lower part of the digestive tract, and offer:
- Laparoscopic colon and rectal surgery
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Robotic surgery
- Surgery for colon, rectal, or anal cancer
A Conversation about Colorectal Cancer with Dr. Max Gomez
Over 140,000 new cases of colorectal cancers are expected this year. This type of cancer is very treatable and curable, especially with early detection. Dr. Walter Klein, Dr. Minaxi Jhawer, Dr. Stephen Brower, and Dr. Anna Serur have a conversation with Dr. Max Gomez about the latest in preventing, diagnosing and treating colorectal cancer.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Whenever possible, your surgeon will take a minimally invasive approach that uses small incisions. That means you’ll recover faster with less pain and scarring.
Robotic Colon & Rectal Surgery
To perform bowel resection and some other procedures, your surgeon may control a surgical robot whose arms can move more steadily and accurately than human hands.
Bloodless Colorectal Surgery
If you can’t receive blood because of safety concerns or religious reasons, ask about bloodless surgery for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. This type of surgery doesn’t use blood transfusions.