Everyone from children to adults can get anal fissures, and they can be very painful. While usually harmless and treatable, an anal fissure can also be a sign of other health issues. If you have – or think you have – an anal fissure, you should understand the symptoms and causes, and talk with one of our doctors about your concerns.
Common symptoms include:
If you think you have hemorrhoids, but are also experiencing pain, it is possible that you also have a fissure. If you have noticed prolonged symptoms like these you should contact us to determine the best course of treatment.
Fast & Effective
The procedure takes about 1 minute to perform and is 95% effective.
No Recovery Time
Most patients can resume normal activities the same day.
The procedure is painless and typically no pain medication is required after the procedure.
Covered by Insurance
The procedure is covered by Medicare and most insurance plans.
This non-surgical procedure has been performed over 800,000 times on patients across the country.
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Every time a bout of hemorrhoids flared up, I knew I was in for 10 to 14 days of pain, bleeding, itching, and plenty of creams or suppositories. The procedure was not only painless but it put an instant end to my discomfort. I’m just sorry I didn’t do it sooner.”