We are now participating in the Colorado Health Neighborhood Network and accepting CHN insurance plans. There are several policies listed under these plans. Some of them are held under UnitedHealthcare, Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Bright Health. If you have any specific questions regarding whether you have these plans, or if we are in your network, please contact your insurance company directly or contact our office at (303)840-8822. Some insurance companies have Dr. Perryman listed as Lisa Perryman or Lisa Zuraff-Perryman. Please be sure to check for her under both names if they do not recognize one of them.
Hemorrhoids are a tissue problem affecting blood vessels in and around the anus and rectum. Often a nuisance, sometimes persistent hemorrhoid symptoms require surgery.
Anal skin tags are common–read on to find out more.
A skin condition affecting the region around the anus, pruritus ani (anal itching) has multiple causes. It can become worse at night, noticeable enough to disturb your sleep. It’s primarily a problem that affects men over the age of 40.
While an anal fissure can be a short-lived, self-healing condition, some turn into chronic, persistent problems. Acute anal fissures can cause severe pain. Whether acute or chronic, surgery may be the right choice to promote healing.
Following an anal abscess, your chances of developing an anal fistula increase dramatically. An abnormal opening connecting the anal canal with the surface of the buttocks, a fistula won’t heal spontaneously. You’ll need surgery to cure the problem.
It’s never a comfortable feeling to find signs of blood after a bowel movement. While it’s common with some types of hemorrhoids, it can also be a symptom of other colorectal issues. Here are three other causes of rectal bleeding.