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Expert Colorectal Care to Help You Feel Your Best

When every step feels like a challenge, you need someone to lean on. We’re your partner on the path to recovery.

If you are facing a digestive disorder or cancer diagnosis, we promise you an appointment with one of our specialists within five days. We understand that you may be seeking answers and a trusted comprehensive treatment plan that can help put you on the path to healing as quickly as possible. 

Healing Your Digestive Disorder is Our Priority

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Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

You might be wondering about whether or not you should get a colonoscopy. Maybe you have a nagging stomach pain that just won’t go away. Or, you have been suffering with a chronic digestive condition for some time. We’re here to ease your mind with this guide, which will answer some questions like:

  • What are the most common colorectal conditions? 
  • Who should get a colonoscopy? 
  • How can I prevent colorectal cancer? 
  • What are some of the latest surgical treatments to heal colorectal conditions?

We are here to guide you with a connected system of whole-health care, including AdventHealth Digestive Institute Tampa’s board-certified, fellowship-trained gastroenterologists and colorectal surgeons. We’ll personalize a colorectal cancer screening or treatment plan to help you live your best life.

Get the Answers You Need

Colorectal disorders can significantly affect your ability to live your best life, but healing is possible with the right compassionate, expert team of digestive specialists that pave a personalized path to help you reclaim your health. 

Whether it’s working with our digestive experts to develop a colorectal cancer screening and prevention plan, or seeking diagnosis and treatment for a range of colon and rectal conditions, the AdventHealth Digestive Institute’s board certified, fellowship trained gastroenterologists and colorectal surgeons are leading Tampa Bay, Ocala and Sebring, in providing advanced minimally invasive treatments for:

  • Colon cancer 
  • Rectal cancer 
  • Anal cancer 
  • Colon and rectal polyps 
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
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Specialists That Specialize in You

It’s always our primary goal to protect your whole health, and colon cancer is preventable if you take the right steps with your trusted health care partner. Colorectal cancer screenings, often known as colonoscopies, can be life-saving by finding and removing pre-cancerous polyps before they turn into cancer. 

That said, colonoscopy is the single-most-important thing you can do to prevent colorectal cancer. Regular screening is recommended beginning at age 45 or sooner if you have a family history of colorectal disease.

 The first step you can take is knowing your colorectal cancer risk with our quick online assessment. 

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Protect Your Whole Health

  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Diverticulitis
  • Fecal incontinence

Some of the leading-edge surgical treatments our experts provide to treat these conditions include:

  • Minimally invasive robotic surgical procedures 
  • Colectomy 
  • Proctectomy 
  • Proctocolectomy 
  • Abdominoperineal Resection for Rectal Cancer 
  • Pelvic Extenteration
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Hear From the Experts: How to Care for Your Colorectal Health

The more you know about colon and rectal health, the more empowered you are to take charge of your wellness. Four of our physicians are here to share important information — and their own experiences — to help you maintain your best colorectal health.