Anal Rectal Pain Spasm
Anan Pain, Rectal Pain, Anal Spasm, and Rectal Spasm can be caused by numerous etiologies that range from benign and fleeting diseases to those that are chronic and more morbid. The discomfort can be burning in nature, present as pelvic pain that worsens after intercourse, and may radiate to the gluteal region and thigh. The cause can vary from simple disorders such as anal fissure, thrombosed hemorrhoids, perirectal abscess, or proctalgia fugax, to more complex etiologies such as levator ani syndrome, presacral tumors, and malignancies. Regardless, any such symptom should be evaluated and treated by doctors specializing in anorectal disease and disorders.
Our expert proctologists evaluate and treat these disorders in our office. Once the more worrisome etiologies of the symptoms are ruled out, we provide timely and effective treatment of the underlying cause. This is accomplished by the use of office-based procedures, medications, guided exercise, injections, behavioral changes or biomechanical manipulation and deep tissue pressure as indicated. Following treatment, our patients note long lasting relief and a return of their quality of life.