Welcome To Texas Surgical Care
Texas Surgical Care in Kingwood, Texas, is an advanced surgical practice that specializes in colorectal surgery. Board-certified colon and rectal surgeon and general surgeon, Ronald Ambe, MD, puts patient needs above all else, taking a holistic approach to care that not only considers the patient’s physical health and surgical needs, but also their social, cultural, and financial needs.
The proctology surgical practice provides care for patients of all ages, including adolescents, adults, and seniors. When possible, Dr. Ambe uses minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat conditions such as colon cancer, diverticulitis, and pilonidal disease. In some cases, he uses the da Vinci® surgical system to perform these minimally invasive procedures, which is an advanced surgical system that improves precision, reduces scarring, and minimizes recovery time.
Texas Surgical Care also offers compassionate and comprehensive care for patients suffering from rectal pain, as well as those diagnosed with an anal fissure, anal fistula, hemorrhoids, and hernias. Dr. Ambe also performs gallbladder surgery. For compassionate surgical care from an experienced doctor who takes a holistic approach to health and surgery, contact Texas Surgical Care by calling the office or requesting an appointment online today. .
Like many people, you may find your hemorrhoids an embarrassing condition and try many home remedies to alleviate your symptoms. However, you don’t need to be embarrassed or prolong your suffering.
Razor-blade like pain during a bowel movement may indicate you have an anal fissure, which is an ulceration in the thin mucosal tissue in your anal canal. Anal fissures may be slow to heal, leading to ongoing pain and discomfort.
Hernias occur when the internal structures in your body protrude through the tissue meant to contain it. Though hernia types and symptoms vary, most don’t get better with time, and surgery is often needed to repair the protrusion.
Every year, as many as 300,000 people in the United States have gallbladder surgery to remove their diseased gallbladder and alleviate symptoms.
Anorectal surgery, trauma, or a history of Crohn’s disease may place you at risk of developing an anal fistula, which is a tunnel that develops between the lining of your anal or rectal tissue to your skin.
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