Anal fistulas: state of the art therapies are used such as LIFT and the Fistula Plug which heal the sepsis while preserving the activity of the sphincter.

Haemorrhoids: as well as conventional techniques, we also carry out the THD which has the extra advantage of better curing the haemorrhoidal prolapse with little post-operation pain and the possibility of quicker return to work.

In treating faecal incontinence, we propose, as well as surgery (sphincter repair), sacral neuromodulation which offers brilliant results with minimal discomfort for the patient.

Sacral neuromodulation is also used in the treatment of colic and rectal constipation to good effect.

For the local examination and evaluation of small tumours in the anus and rectum, the use of the transanal and transrectal scanner is of vital importance.

A modern surgical approach is taken in the treatment of pilonidal cysts through conservative surgical techniques carried out with local anaesthetic, and with discharge just a few hours after the operation, allowing for faster recovery for work, school and sports.

In complete rectal prolapse, we offer a surgical therapy that, depending on the type of prolapse, can be carried out transanally (Delorme, Altemeier), or abdominally laparoscopically (rectum lifting with or without resection).

Collaboration with the Gastroenterological Outpatients’ Department of chronic inflammatory conditions (Crohn’s disease and Ulcerous Rectocolitis) through the presence of an IBD Unit, guarantees the surgical treatment of IBD-related anal and perianal conditions.