Haemorrhoids

Haemorrhoids are a very common condition which most often cause painless bleeding. When the haemorrhoid is significantly enlarged then patients may suffer symptoms of prolapse such as feeling a lump around the back passage, some discomfort and mild staining of the underwear. Haemorrhoids can be managed by a variety of techniques including simple conservative measures…

Diverticular Disease

Diverticular disease is a common condition affecting a large proportion of our population. It is a benign condition that usually does not cause significant complications but can cause problems such as infection and bleeding. Mr Eugene Ong is able diagnose and manage your diverticular disease. Most patients do not require an operation, however if one…

Crohn’s Disease

Mr Eugene Ong worked as a Senior Clinical Fellow and Clinical Associate at the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio. It is an internationally renowned centre for the management of complex Crohn’s disease. He will work closely with your gastroenterologist to ensure that you have the best possible outcome. To find out more about some of the procedures…

Constipation

Mr Eugene Ong may be able to help your condition with simple lifestyle changes and medical therapy, but in rare cases surgery may be required. For an information sheet about constipation produced by the CSSANZ please click the button below. For more information on Constipation, please click on the button below to be taken to…

Faecal Incontinence

Faecal incontinence is defined as “the uncontrolled loss of solid or liquid stools, or of wind (gas) with accompanying leakage”. It is a distressing and often embarrassing problem, however it is more common than you think. There are many causes of faecal incontinence and a detailed history and clinical examination is required, in combination with…

Colorectal (Bowel) Cancer

Colorectal (Bowel) Cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in Australia. It’s incidence appears to be slowly increasing and the risk of developing bowel cancer before the age of 85 is 1 in 12. Fortunately many cases of bowel cancer are curable and surgery has advanced over the last couple of decades…