Epidemiology on Hemorrhoids | Minnesota

Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the lower rectum and anus. They are among the most common causes of anorectal complaints, and only a small proportion of those people seek therapy. This blog will summarize the current epidemiology of hemorrhoids…. Read More

Normal Things that Can Give You Hemorrhoids | Minnesota

There are few things more annoying than suffering from hemorrhoids. Even with Grade I hemorrhoids, you will usually find out when there’s blood on their toilet paper or occasional itching and irritation around anus. God forbid it becomes Grade IV… Read More

One Stop Medical Center Receives the Renewal of Three Accreditation from IMQ 2nd Time a roll | Minnesota

One Stop Medical Center (OSMC) recently received an updated renewal accreditation by the Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ) that assures their patients are receiving the highest level of care. Three year accreditation is the longest term that an ambulatory surgical… Read More

The Combined Modalities Achieve the Best Result in the Treatment of Hemorrhoids | Minnesota

Hemorrhoids diseases begin internally, then external hemorrhoids develop when the internal hemorrhoids get worse over a period of time. Internal hemorrhoids are graded from I to IV based on the degree of prolapse. Because no single treatment modality can fix… Read More

Kegel Exercises and How They Can Help to Prevent Hemorrhoids | Minneapolis & St Paul

Hemorrhoids, a disease that affects almost 75% of people at some point in their lives, can be a real nuisance for a busy adult. The itching, bleeding, and pain of hemorrhoids make them as annoying as they are unsightly, and… Read More



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