Conditions We Treat
Your dedicated colorectal, general and laparoscopic specialists
Our team specialise in treating the following medical conditions. An overview of each one is provided below. Your specialist will explain more to you about your condition during your consultation. It’s important to us that you have all the information you need to understand your illness and how we can treat you.
Bowel Cancer is the second most common form of cancer in New Zealand. If detected early, Bowel Cancer is curable so it is important to know the signs and talk to your GP as soon as you have any symptoms.
Most people experience Haemorrhoids at some stage and most clear up with little intervention. Haemorrhoids that don’t clear up may require a visit to your doctor and in some cases, minor surgery called banding.
Rectal Bleeding can be a symptom of many conditions like Hemorrhoids, Colitis (inflammation of the bowel) and Diverticular Disease. There are many diagnostic tools to determine the cause of Rectal Bleeding.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a generic term used to describe prolonged inflammation of the digestive tract. Conditions like Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease are types of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Functional Bowel Disorder
Functional Bowel Disorder (or FBD) is when where there is a problem with how your stomach and bowels function. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Functional Dyspepsia are examples of Functional Bowel Disorder.
Benign Anorectal Conditions
Fistula-in-ano, Anal Fissure and Pilonidal Sinus are examples of such conditions. You can read more about the symptoms and treatment options of each condition here. Our team are experts in diagnosis and treatment.
Gallstones are crystal-like deposits that form in the gallbladder – a small organ under the liver that stores the digestive fluid (bile). Learn about signs, symptoms and treatment options here. Our team are Gallstone experts.
A Hernia is a little bulge caused by an internal organ pushing through a weakened area of muscle and connective tissue. Our team will diagnose what type of Hernia you have, and then advise on treatment options.
Learning your child may have a medical condition can be distressing, to say the least. Please know that our team is here to guide you and your child through their recovery. Read what you can expect when your child is in our care.