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98 PROCTOLOGY ( £50 prepayment required )
99 Consultation From £150
100 Consultation with anaoscopy – rectosigmoidoscopy £200
101 Infrared fotocoagulation of hemorrhoids £300 (each subsequent treatment – £200)
102 Cryosurgery of hemorrhoids
Surgery of hemorrhoids
£300 (each subsequent treatment- £200)
£900 - £1200
104 Cryoligation of hemorrhoids (Barron method) £350 (each subsequent treatment – £300)
105 Sclerotherapy of hemorrhoids £300
Next possible treatment - £200
106 Laser removal of anal fissure (depends on the extensiveness) £450 – £650
107 Laser removal of anal change (polyp, wart, sentinel fold) £350 – £850
108 Laser removal of anal clot £350 – £450

Proctology is the medical specialty that focuses on diseases of the colon, rectum and anus.


  • Anal fissures
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Colon polyps
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Constipation
  • Diverticulitis
  • Gallstones
  • Hernias
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Irritable bowel syndrome

Proctologists preform corrective colorectal surgeries to repair the colon, rectum or anus. They preform surgeries that can involve the removal of parts of organs, or the removal of whole organs, such as the gallbladder.

Proctology is the medical specialty that focuses on diseases of the colon, rectum and anus.


It may not occur to you to see a colorectal surgeon until another doctor refers you to one. But you may want to ask for a referral if you have symptoms like:

  • anal itching or burning
  • bleeding or other discharge from the anus
  • anal or rectal pain
  • anal warts, bumps, or the sensation of a foreign body
  • fecal incontinence


It’s important for a colorectal surgeon to understand the full extent of all your symptoms. If they don’t know about all your symptoms, they’ll have a harder time diagnosing you and determining which types of treatments you need.

That’s why it’s so crucial to speak openly with your colorectal surgeon. Otherwise, you may go through unnecessary tests or have a delayed diagnosis and treatment. This can seriously impact your health.

Issues related to your rectum, anus, and gastrointestinal tract can be a sensitive area of discussion. But rest assured that this is what a colorectal surgeon does all day, every day.

They’re familiar with the type of symptoms that bring patients in to see them, and they’re trained to listen without judgement.


 This procedure helps identify abnormalities in the anus and rectum.


During a colonoscopy, the doctor examines the entire colon and screens for colorectal cancer. They may also remove polyps.


During this physical examination, the doctor uses their fingers to examine the lower rectum and prostate.


This is an imaging test to help diagnose colorectal cancers.


In this procedure, the doctor examines the lower third of your colon, which is called the sigmoid colon.

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