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They specialize in performing colon and rectal surgery using the laparoscopic approach, offering minimally invasive techniques and procedures. This makes for an easier recovery and reduced chances of post-surgical complications. 

State-of-the-art care for colon and rectal disorders

Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery offers state-of-the-art care in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders affecting the colon and rectum. Disorders including colon and rectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, and diverticular diseases are treated with the utmost care — and that quality leads to thorough treatment. Other functional problems commonly treated include rectal prolapse, fecal incontinence, anal fissures, hemorrhoids, and more.

Minimally invasive colorectal disorder treatments in Lafayette, Fort Smith, and Tulsa

The colon is prone to a range of disorders that require medical treatment. At Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery, we employ the advanced laparoscopic surgical techniques to treat various disorders, including:

Colorectal cancers

Early medical intervention is critical with any cancer, including colorectal cancer. When the cancerous tissues are removed laparoscopically, it can lead to less time in the hospital, a faster return of natural bowel function, and a reduced risk of developing complications. 

Colonic polyps

Colonic polyps can be removed with advanced laparoscopic surgery. Removing polyps laparoscopically is less invasive and results in less post-operative pain, a shorter hospital stay, a shorter time before returning to a solid food diet, and natural bowel function.


Advanced laparoscopic surgery can be employed to treat ulcerative colitis and repair the area to ward off more serious health conditions.

Intestinal ischemia

To restore blood flow to the intestine, advanced laparoscopic surgery can be performed with small incisions.


For some patients, diverticulitis does not respond fully to antibiotics and dietary changes. For this reason, a surgical resection performed laparoscopically may be indicated.

Rectal prolapse

A rectal prolapse can be addressed with minimally invasive, advanced laparoscopic surgery, restoring the rectum to the correct position without open surgery.

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Why choose Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery?

Modern medicine makes it possible to surgically correct a range of colorectal disorders with advanced laparoscopic surgery.

At Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery, our team of acclaimed surgeons employs laparoscopic techniques and are specialist-trained to perform a range of colorectal treatments.

Open surgery vs. laparoscopic surgery

Rather than open surgery — which requires a longer incision and a more painful and extensive recovery time — laparoscopic surgery involves placing shorter incisions through which specialized small, surgical tools are used to treat the condition. We believe that you deserve the most advanced treatment for your condition, and to experience a faster recovery with less pain and a superior outcome.

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Benefits of laparoscopic surgery for colon and rectal conditions

The benefits of our advanced techniques for colon and rectal disorders include:

  • Faster recovery time
  • Shorter stay in the hospital
  • Smaller incisions
  • Less pain and discomfort
  • Less blood loss
  • Less tissue trauma

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Meet with our helpful, compassionate team at Roller Weight Loss & Advanced Surgery about treating your colon or rectal condition with advanced laparoscopic surgery.

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