At the Cambridge Haemorrhoid Centre we look after patients who have the often painful, embarrassing and uncomfortable condition of haemorrhoids (piles), and offer a full range of treatments. These include the latest and most sought-after minimally invasive procedure, known as THD/HALO. Our fully integrated private service treats patients with haemorrhoids from all over the UK and abroad.
Call us today on 01223 266990 to make an appointment
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Mr Justin Davies understands the associated anxiety of this condition and plans the tailored treatment around each individual patient.
Other treatments and conditions:
- Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery
- Colorectal cancer
- Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis)
- Common anorectal conditions (haemorrhoids, rectal bleeding, anal fissure,
anal fistula, rectal prolapse, pilonidal sinus, faecal incontinence)
- Colonoscopy and screening for bowel cancer
- Salvage surgery for anal cancer
- Open hernia surgery (groin, incisional)
The great advantage of THD/HALO is that it does not involve surgical removal of the haemorrhoidal cushions and so no cuts are made. Therefore, there is minimal discomfort afterwards, allowing a quick return to normal activities.
Mr Justin Davies
Why visit to the Cambridge Haemorrhoid Centre?
You will be treated with the utmost dignity and will be offered a consultation with Mr Davies who will then discuss the diagnosis and any potential treatment options. If treatment is required, this may be carried out at the initial consultation if appropriate, or alternatively, at a time to best suit your needs.
Mr Davies introduced the minimally invasive THD/HALO procedure to the region in 2010 and has treated many patients with this procedure. His results have been presented nationally and internationally, and published in peer review journals. The majority of patients return to normal activities only 2 to 3 days following treatment.
Patients also have access to diagnostic tests, including flexible sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy, as conditions other than haemorrhoids may also be the cause of rectal bleeding.
The Cambridge Haemorrhoid Centre is based at the Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital.