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For many people, hemorrhoids flare-ups resolve on their own with no medical intervention required. Eating a high fiber diet and drinking at least eight glasses of water a day are two great ways to both treat and prevent hemorrhoid flare-ups.
For others, painful hemorrhoid flare-ups persist in spite of their best efforts to prevent or treat them— resulting in needless pain and suffering and impacting quality of life. If you happen fall into this category, the great news is you don’t have to continue to suffer.
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Surgical Associates’ board certified general surgeons are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of persistent and painful hemorrhoids.
From minimally invasive procedures such as band ligation and surgical removal of hemorrhoids, our surgeons are here to carefully evaluate your condition and discuss every available option to help you determine the best possible solution for you.
Wendy Davis, MD, FACS
Dr. Wendy Davis is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. She is certified in wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy and has a strong interest in laparoscopic surgery.
Kris Rajanna, MD, FACS
Dr. Rajanna’s practice has involved all areas of general surgery, cardiovascular, thoracic, trauma surgery and acute care surgery. He has completed certification in both single-site and multi-port robotic surgery. He also specializes in advanced laparoscopic surgery.
Julie Wesp, MD
Dr. Wesp is a skilled laparoscopic surgeon and is certified in both single-site and multi-port site robotic surgery. This past year she contributed to articles published in JAMA Surgery.
Celina Luchetti, PA-C
Celina is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and has received NCCPA special recognition in surgery. Her interests are in advanced laparoscopy- minimally invasive surgery, robotic surgery, laparoscopic colorectal surgery, esophageal reflux surgery, and endocrine surgery.