O’Regan Hemorrhoidal Banding System
The latest medical breakthrough is here! At Palmadessa and Brodsky Gastroenterology, our team of expert gastroenterologists serving Queens and Brooklyn, NY can eliminate all grades of hemorrhoids using the O’Regan Hemorrhoid Banding System; a non-surgical procedure reported to be more than 99% effective in treating approximately 95% of all hemorrhoid patients. Contrary to other procedures such as conventional Rubber Banding, Infared Coagulation, and Stapled or Conventional Hemorroidectomy, the O’Regan Hemorrhoid Banding System is fast, painless, and effective. The O’Regan System is considered the Gold Standard of banding, having less than a 1% complication rate.
The O’Regan Hemorrhoidal Banding System is an innovative and effective procedure performed without sedation and does not require patient preparation. With assistance from a non-invasive, gentle suction device, doctors use precision to easily and quickly remove the hemorrhoid painlessly. The procedure can be performed in less than a minute, providing the patient a quick recovery time; in fact, most patients may return to work the same day. The O’Regan Hemorrhoid Banding System is safe because each procedure requires a health-regulated single-use, disposable device. This is a precautionary measure to ensure protection against harmful cross-patient infections that can have dangerous blood borne pathogens such as HIV, hepatitis B and C.
Instant and Effective Hemorrhoid Treatment
At Palmadessa and Brodsky Gastroenterology, based close by in Douglaston, NY our GI doctors identify signs, symptoms, as well as perform Endoscopy or Colonoscopy procedures and testing for internal and external hemorrhoids to determine the best treatment for our patients in Little Neck, Bayside, Flushing, Fresh Meadows, Jamaica, St. Albans, College Point, Whitestone and other surrounding areas near you.
Patients suffering from external hemorrhoids often experience discomfort or pain, which is most common during bowel movements. However, these symptoms may only flare up every few weeks thereby posing difficultly for patients to identify if their symptoms are hemorrhoid-related. Internal hemorrhoid symptoms vary from having light bleeding, to protrusions, which may cause moderate to severe levels of itching, swelling and soiling. According to The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), hemorrhoids affect about 1 in 20 Americans. Many people often underestimate the commonality of several hemorrhoid causes including constipation, diet, pregnancy and childbirth, obesity, heavy lifting, long period of sitting, poor posture and diarrhea. If you are experiencing similar conditions, contact Palmadessa and Brodsky Gastroenterology to learn if the O’Regan Hemorrhoidal Banding System is right for you.