In honor of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the highly-trained specialists at Rochester Colon-rectal Surgeons, P.C. have compiled this list of colorectal cancer fast facts to help educate patients on the importance of regular screenings. If you have more questions or would like to schedule a screening,
Rochester Colon Rectal Surgeons PC (RCRS) wants you to know that it is our TOP PRIORITY to ensure the safety and the health of our patients, doctors, and staff.Our normal practice has always been to practice universal precautions but in this time of the COVID -19 pandemic we have made updates and changes.
By Claudia Hriesik, MD Dear Patients March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and now is a good time to learn more about colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon and rectum) and how it can be prevented or best treated. The good news first: Colorectal cancer is preventable,
After a remarkable 31 year career, Dr. Rauh has retired from clinical practice and will no longer be seeing patients. Dr. Rauh joined Dr. Graney and Dr. Dmochowski in 1989 and quickly became a leader in colon and rectal surgery, highly regarded in the region and throughout the country.
Rochester Colon & Rectal Surgeons, P.C. has a new office location! View details on our new Red Creek office here.
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Aaron Rickles, MD to the team at Rochester Colon & Rectal Surgeons, P.C. He had completed his fellowship training in colon and rectal surgery at Cleveland Clinic Florida which is the largest training program in the nation.
“I am really looking forward to my colonoscopy,” said no one ever. Let’s face it; a colonoscopy ranks right up there with a root canal for least favorite necessary evil. The good news is that some of the prep has improved in the last few years,
Presenter: Chris DeNucci, MD One Foot in Front of the Other: Ultra-running with a J-Pouch Join us for a discussion with Dr. DeNucci as he describes his active lifestyle as an ultra marathoner with a J-Pouch. He will join us for a videoconference from San Francisco and talk about the challenges and rewards of running in long-distance competitions with a J-Pouch.
I have formed this Take Steps team because I know the power of teamwork. I know that when we band together, we can have an even greater impact on patients and families living with these diseases.