Colorectal cancer is the second-highest cause of cancer death in the United States. Those who suspect the development of colorectal polyps and cancers should opt for our direct screen colonoscopy.

A simple, 30-minute colonoscopy procedure can detect colorectal cancer, so your doctor can create an effective treatment plan to stop these cancerous polyps from progressing to malignant tumors.

Who needs a direct screen colonoscopy?

For proper treatment, you should sign up for our Direct Screen Colonoscopy Program if:

  • You have a family history of colorectal cancers or polyps
  • You have a chronic case of irritable bowel syndrome
  • You are 45 years of age or older
  • You have a previous history of colorectal cancer or polyps

At TOPS Surgical Specialty Hospital, we aim to simplify the colorectal screening process for you. We offer a three-step approach that can help you schedule and prep for your colonoscopy.

Schedule

Get in touch with your primary care physician and ask them to schedule a direct screen colonoscopy for you. Or you can give us a call to schedule a direct screen colonoscopy at our facility.

Prep

After you have successfully scheduled a direct screen colonoscopy with us, a nurse will get in touch with you. They will note your previous medical history and guide you through the preparation for the procedure. They will advise you on cleaning your colon and what you can eat or drink before the colonoscopy.

Screen

On the day of your colonoscopy, our healthcare staff will help you through the procedure.

A member of our healthcare staff will sedate you and ensure that you don’t feel a thing during the procedure. A doctor will insert a colonoscope into the rectum and look for any abnormalities or polyps. They might also remove some tissue from the rectum and perform a biopsy if they find something suspicious.

After the procedure is complete, you can resume your routine activities the following day.

At TOPS Surgical Specialty Hospital, we invite you to sign up for our Direct Screen Colonoscopy Program. Scheduling a colonoscopy can help us diagnose colorectal polyps in their developmental stages so we can devise a treatment plan that can prevent the development of colorectal cancer.

Our team can screen, diagnose, and treat your medical issues with our innovative and technologically advanced equipment. Moreover, our team of qualified doctors, surgeons, and healthcare staff ensures that you have the best care possible at our state-of-the-art medical facility. You can give us a call to schedule a direct screen colonoscopy at our facility.

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