Re: Colo-rectal Surgeon Appt-Ronna

From: Ronna (
Tue Apr 20 19:57:41 1999

Thanks Chris.......hey,you never know what you can learn.

Good luck at the doctor's

>At Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Ronna wrote:
>>Hi Chris
>>Would you mine posting your colon-rectal docs website? I would like to
>>see it....  I also go to a colon-rectal doc.  They go alot more in depth
>>then GI docs.
>>I go to this doc for hemrroids..... Not fun.
>>When I refer to this doc....I call him the 'butt doc'
>>I guess,from endo causing so much constipation for me, it caused me to
>>have these hemrroids.
>Hi Ronna:
>The website address is
>However, it is probably not what you are looking for.  It is a website
>for their medical practice, a group of 3 surgeons in the Portland, Maine
>area.  Two are general surgeons (one seems to specialize in GI stuff,
>the other in breast, although both are general surgeons) and a
>colo-rectal surgeon.  What I liked about it is that the general surgeon
>who does the GI work explains the different procedures and why he does
>them with certain patients.  (There was no mention of anything
>concerning adhesions) The other two don't have anything like this.  There
>is an e-mail feature where you can ask questions.  I explained the
>surgery I had done and asked if this is something best done by a general
>surgeon or colo-rectal.  He responded saying that both did this type of
>work.  (which was removing adhesions surrounding the lower colon).  He
>suggested making an office appointment to discuss it.  Now, some people
>would look at that just as a way to get business, but I don't see it
>that way.  These docs also treat colon disorders (or maybe its just the
>colo-rectal guy of this group that does) such as IBS and the surgical
>treatment of colon cancer.

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