Texas Colon & Rectal Specialists are actively engaged in helping patients beat the odds and achieve stronger outcomes. Our colorectal specialists perform more than 12,000 colonoscopies every year.
According to the American Cancer Society, the risk of colorectal cancer increases between ages 40 to 50, and as a result, it is recommended that a colonoscopy cancer screening be performed no later than 45 (and possibly earlier depending on health and family history).
Learn how leading edge technology and cancer screening protocols assist Texas Colon & Rectal Specialists in delivering outcomes above the national average.
Colon Resections Done Using a Minimally Invasive Technique
Length of Stay for Sigmoid Resections for Diverticulitis
Patient Experience Scores
Elective Diverticulitis Surgeries Readmission Rates
Precancerous Polyp Detection Rate or Adenoma Detection Rate for Screening Colonoscopies
We are proud to have exceeded national benchmarks for safe, quality treatment for colon cancer screening and procedures. We work to provide these preventative services to all patients and improve the outcomes for a healthier you. The providers at Texas Colon & Rectal Specialists look forward to providing important preventative services to you and your loved one in the future. We will continue to measure and share our results so you can be assured of stronger outcomes moving forward.