Colorectal Surgery

There is comfort in knowing the right team is behind you.

Dedicated surgical specialists treating cancers and conditions related to the lower gastrointestinal tract and the abdominal cavity.

 

Our colorectal surgeons specialize in evaluating, diagnosing and treating the most common to the most complex in colorectal conditions and cancers. We offer preventive screenings, non-invasive treatments, and surgical procedures based on the needs of each patient.

Services and procedures include:

  • Colon Cancer
  • Rectal Cancer
  •  Screening and diagnostic colonoscopy
  •  Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  •  Crohn’s Disease/Ulcerative Colitis
  •  Diverticulitis
  •  Chronic Constipation
  •  Anorectal diseases (hemorrhoids, fistulas, fissures etc.)
  •  Ileoanal/J-pouches
  •  Stomas (Ileostomy, colostomy)
  •  Anorectal Surgery (hemorrhoidectomy, repair anal sphincter, fistulectomy etc.)
  •  Fecal Incontinence

 

Video Visits:

We are excited to offer our current patients Video Visits. Rather than coming to our office, you can remain in the comfort of your home and still receive a consultation/appointment with one of our providers.

To participate you will need to have a valid email address and a computer or device with a camera (mobile phone, ipad, tablet, etc). Simply call our office and we can get you scheduled. 

Many insurance companies are covering video visits like they would regular in-office appointments.

Please Note: Video Visits may not be appropriate in every situation. To see if it is a good option for you, please call our office and speak to a patient service representative.

 

Providers

 

Timothy Adams, MD
Steven Barone, MD 
Mark Falvo, MD
Kelly Marotta, NP
Joseph Mills, MD
John Redmond, NP
Jeffrey J. Visco, MD

  

 Colorectal Surgery In The News

Dr. Mills WNY Living

General Physician, PC Colorectal Surgeon Dr. Joseph Mills, was interviewed for WNY Living on WGRZ TV Saturday to promote Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Click here to watch the interview.

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