Conditions & Procedures

  • Anal Itch
  • Anal Skin Tags
  • Anorectal Stenosis
  • Carbuncles
  • Dermal Cysts
  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa
  • Pelvic Floor Pain
  • Rectal Prolapse
  • Rectal Ulcer
  • Anal Abscess Drainage
  • Anal Condyloma (Wart) Removal
  • Anal Skin Tag Removal
  • Carbuncle Incision & Drainage
  • Colorectal Surgery
  • Debridement of Rectal Ulcers
  • Dermal Cyst Incision & Drainage
  • Fissurectomy
  • Fistulotomy
  • Hemorrhoid Treatment & Banding
  • Hidradenitis Suppurativa Removal
  • Proctopexy Procedure
  • Proctoplasty Procedure
  • Sacral Nerve Stimulator Implant Surgery
  • Tamis (Transanal Excision of Anorectal Mass)

Office Locations

Primary Location

Picture of the Colorectal Surgery - Miami Office

Colorectal Surgery - Miami

7765 SW 87 Ave.
Suite 212
Miami, FL 33173

Phone: 305-596-3080
Fax: 305-596-3073

Procedure Locations

Having a procedure? It may not always be in the same location where you consulted with your doctor. Check with your doctor to make sure you’re headed to the right place.

Education

Medical

University of Pennsylvania

Residency

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

Residency

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

Internship

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

Fellowship

Ferguson Clinic

Other

The University of Miami School of Medicine

Professional Highlights

Certifications

Board Certified in Colon and Rectal Surgery

Board Certified in Surgery

Awards & Recognitions

  • Colon and Rectal Surgery Training at Fergusun Clinic Grand Rapids MI.
  • Fellow ACS Fellow ASCRS Board Certified in General Surgery and Colorectal Surgery

Articles

Patient Care

Surgery in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory bowel diseases are generally either ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease.

Patient Care

Don't Scratch Your Bottom

Itching around the anal area is called Pruritus Ani. This condition is an unpleasant skin sensation that produces the desire to scratch.

Patient Care

Surgical Treatments for Colon Cancer

The available treatment options that have proven to be effective for colon cancer are surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.