Hemorrhoid Treatments in Minneapolis & St Paul

Fast and effective solution – no more fear of hemorrhoid treatment!

Infrared Coagulation (IRC)

While many people associate hemorrhoids with painful surgery, only a small percentage of patients actually require surgery. A fast and simple office procedure has taken the fear out of hemorrhoid treatment. The majority of hemorrhoid patients are candidates for the non-surgical treatment, Infra-red coagulation (IRC).

One Stop Medical Center is the first specialized procedure clinic in the US that focuses on office procedures. We provide complete care for all kinds of hemorrhoids and other common anorectal diseases with minimally invasive approaches.  Dr. Shu has 20 years of experience on hemorrhoid care. Regardless of how severe your hemorrhoids are, what kind hemorrhoids, or any associated anorectal diseases, we are able to find a solution for you.

Supported by an outstanding medical team and equipped with cutting edge technology, our state-of-the-art accredited surgical center sets the standard for patient safety and high quality medical care.

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