Dayton Colon & Rectal Center





About Us

Focused on relief, not procedures:

The colorectal anatomy can be affected by a number of diseases and disorders. That’s why our team focuses not on a particular procedure or treatment but on diagnosing, understanding, and resolving each patient’s unique problem. We start by listening to patients carefully and investigating their conditions thoroughly. While our practice is experienced and proficient in the most advanced minimally invasive laparoscopic and ultrasound procedures, we look for the best treatment for each patient. Because one-of- a-kind problems need one-of-a-kind solutions.

Moreover, we have specialized skill, knowledge, and experience in the field of general surgery. Our board-certified surgeons are also well-versed in medical and surgical management, particularly in the following areas: anorectal conditions, diverticulosis/diverticulitis, inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, colonic neoplasms, intestinal and anorectal physiology, colitis ulcerative, colonoscopy of the rectum and colon, and ostomy.

In addition, our fellowship-trained doctors specialize in the treatment for hemorrhoids, abscesses, anal fissures, anal warts, fistulas, colitis, colorectal cancers, and colon polyps.

We support efforts toward colon and rectal healthcare. We make sure that we facilitate efforts with the end view of making processes fast and easy for our patients as well as physicians and partners.

Our physicians specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the colon and rectum and are certified by the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery (ABCRS). We have specialized knowledge and skill with regard to problems of the colon, rectum, anus, and small bowel. In addition to having proficiency in the field of general surgery, our board-certified colon and rectal surgeons have attained expertise in diagnosis as well as medical and surgical management (including preoperative and postoperative care) in the following areas:

  • Anorectal conditions
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Diverticulitis
  • Colonic neoplasms
  • Colonoscopy procedure
  • Intestinal & anorectal physiology
  • Ostomy