The CRH O’Regan system is endorsed by many Michigan doctors. These talented men and women now offer this method of treatment in their practices, and can offer you relief from the pain of hemorrhoids. There are offices in Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, all the way across the state to Troy. All you have to do is find the office nearest you and call for an appointment.
You’ll be in excellent hands – Michigan gastroenterology boasts many expert physicians. Some are members of prestigious national and regional medical societies, such as the American Gastroenterology Association, the Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, the American College of Surgeons, and the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract. There are even member of international associations, such as the Royal College of Physicians, that practice their trade in the great state of Michigan.
Contact one of the partner physicians below and make painful, inflamed hemorrhoids a thing of the past!
Watch the Hemorrhoid Banding Procedure in Michigan
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Local medical doctors who choose the CRH band treatment have extensive knowledge and experience in a variety of theraputic and diagnostic procedures. Each doctor listed has been specially trained by a leading expert in hermorrhoid treatment using the CRH O'Regan System to ensure you get the best results possible. So if your'e looking for hemorrhoid releif, contact a doctor near you and learn more about the CRH O'Regan band treatment today.
A tiny rubber band is placed around the base of the hemorrhoid. This cuts off blood supply to the hemorrhoid, causing the banded tissue (along with the band), to shrink and fall off, typically within one to five days. You probably won't even notice when this happens.
The procedure takes about 1 minute to perform and is 95% effective.
Most patients can resume normal activities the same day.
The procedure is covered by Medicare and most insurance plans.
The procedure is painless and typically no pain medication is required after the procedure.