Botulinum Toxin Injection

Anal fissures are a common yet distressing disorder. They are a break in the lining of the anal canal and can lead to bleeding and pain when going to the toilet. Many fissures may be managed successfully with ointments and medications to soften the stool. However, some cases will require further intervention if the fissure…

Anal Fissure

An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anal canal. It commonly causes some bright red bleeding and pain on opening the bowels. In most circumstances an anal fissure can be managed without surgery using a combination of ointments and medications to soften the stools. However, some fissures will not respond to…

Anal Abscess/Anal Fistula

Anal abscesses and fistulas are common conditions. They most commonly arise from an infection of a gland in the anal canal. When an abscess forms it is usually treated with a combination of antibiotics and drainage. Only a minority of abscesses will go onto form a “fistula”. An anal fistula is an abnormal tunnel that…

Bowel Resection

A bowel resection may be required for any number of reasons including colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease (such as Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s disease) or diverticulitis. The area and length of bowel required to be resected will depend on individual circumstances and should be discussed with your colorectal surgeon. Nowadays it is possible to perform…

Pelvic Floor Surgery

Mr Eugene Ong trained and subsequently held a consultant position at Oxford University NHS Trust Hospitals, UK. He worked in the Oxford Pelvic Floor Unit, a world leader in the management of pelvic floor disorders. He has significant experience in diagnosing and managing the often difficult to treat problems of faecal incontinence, constipation, obstructed defaecation…