Conditions we treat

Below is a list of some of the conditions we treat at the Colorectal & Robotic Surgery Centre. If you’re suffering with a bowel-related condition not listed below, don’t worry – get in contact. If we can’t help directly, we may well be able to point you in the right direction.

Bowel cancer 

Bowel cancer is one of the most common cancers in the Western world. Many patients can be treated successfully, but understanding the symptoms to look for and early detection are very important.

Robotic surgery has been found to achieve better outcomes than other surgical techniques.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Diseases such as Crohn's or ulcerative colitis are common conditions amongst the UK population. Sometimes surgical treatment may be needed, but key to ensuring a good outcome is having the wide-ranging expertise of a multi-disciplinary team to call on.

We work with some of the country’s most experienced IBD gastroenterologists.


If you’re suffering from a lump in the groin or the umbilicus (belly button), it could be a hernia. If you’re pregnant, and find that a hernia is causing discomfort, or you have a misshapen abdomen as a result, robotic surgery can help to correct this with minimal scarring.

Haemorrhoids, Fissures and Fistulas

Haemorrhoids, or piles, are a benign condition of the anal canal, but can be painful, upsetting and cause distress. Other conditions, such as anal fissures, polyps or fistulas can sometimes be misdiagnosed as piles.

We offer various treatment options to ensure peace of mind and the best possible result.


Diverticulosis, or diverticular disease, is when little pouches form in the lining of your intestine. It’s an extremely common condition and, for the majority of patients, no specific treatment is required.

However, if you’re suffering from associated recurrent pain, bleeding or infections, robotic surgery can help to give you the best outcome with minimal scarring.


Weakness of the pelvic floor or trauma can sometimes cause a rectal prolapse, which can be a painful condition, leading to bleeding and, in some cases, incontinence. The good news is that, for many sufferers, it’s treatable with surgical repair.

Robotic surgery offers precision treatment, giving you less scarring and a faster recovery.

Book an appointment

To book a consultation with The Colorectal & Robotic Surgery Centre, you can phone, email or use our “contact us” form.


Call:  +44 20 3214 3440
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