At Greater Baltimore Colorectal Specialists, our highly trained specialists work with patients to develop a plan to obtain the appropriate diagnosis, treat the condition, and monitor their progress to assure long-term colorectal wellness. 

We focus solely on diseases of the lower intestinal tract and perform all relevant diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. The surgeons at Greater Baltimore Colorectal Specialists have experience and expertise in the most advanced techniques in colorectal surgery and share a commitment to using the latest techniques to minimize discomfort and improve long-term quality of life.

We treat all diseases of the:

  • Small intestine (ileum, jejunum)
  • Colon
  • Appendix
  • Rectum
  • Anus
  • Skin around the anus

Conditions treated

The most common conditions treated are:

  • Colorectal cancer screening (colonoscopy)
  • Removal of polyps from the colon or rectum
  • Colon Cancer
  • RectalCancer
  • Anal Cancer
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Anal fissures
  • Analdysplasia / warts
  • Abscesses and anal fistulas
  • Fecal incontinence (Incontinence to stool)
  • Anal itching
  • Rectal Prolapse
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Diverticulitis
  • Pilonidal disease

Diagnostic Tests

Our practice employs a variety of procedures to diagnose and treat colorectal disorders.  Some of these tests are done in the office and some in the hospital.  If you have a question about whether you area candidate for any of these tests or procedures, please ask us.

  • Anoscopy
  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy
  • Colonoscopy
  • Colonoscopy with CO2 insufflation
  • Endoanal ultrasound
  • Endorectal ultrasound
  • Lower endoscopic ultrasound
  • Anal Physiology Testing
  • High resolution anoscopy


  • Anal fissures

Chemodenervation of the internalanal sphincter (Anal botox)
Advancement flap repair

  • Hemorrhoids

Rubber band ligation (hemorrhoidbanding)
Infrared coagulation
Stapled hemorrhoidopexy(procedure for prolapsing hemorrhoids)
THD (Transanal hemorrhoidaldearterialization)
Hemorrhoidectomy (usingpatient-tailored techniques or energy devices)

  • Anal abscess and fistula

Incision and drainage of abscess
Placement of setons
Endorectal advancement flap
Ligation of the intersphincteric fistulatract (LIFT)
Injection of fibrin glue
Fistula plug

  • Pilonidal Disease

Incision and drainage of pilonidal abscess
Limited excision of pits with lateral curretage of pilonidal sinus
Excision of pilonidal sinus
Excision with advancement flap (various) repair

  • Diverticultiis

Open or laparoscopic emergency surgery (you can request to see us at a hospital where we have privileges)
Elective laparoscopic surgery without colostomy
Open or laparoscopic reversal of colostomy from previous surgery
Single incision laparoscopic surgery

  • Colon Polyps

Endoscopic resection
Combined laparoscopic-endoscopic removal of polyp without removal of colon
Laparoscopic partial removal ofcolon
Single-incision laparoscopicpartial removal of colon

  • Colon Cancer

Open (traditional) orlaparoscopic partial removal of colon
Single-incision laparoscopic partial removal of colon

  • Rectal Polyps and Cancer

Sphincter-sparing surgery toavoid permanent colostomy
Transanal local excision of rectal tumor
Transanal minimally invasive surgery for local excision of rectal polyps and cancers
Open (traditional) removal of rectum
Laparoscopic removal of rectum
Single-incision removal of rectum

  • Fecal Incontinence

Repair of anal sphincter(sphincteroplasty)
Injectable therapy
Sacral nerve stimulation (sacral neuromodulation)

  • Anal Dysplasia And Condyloma

Infrared coagulation
CO2 laser ablation
Excision of condyloma

  • Ulcerative Colitis

Open (traditional) or laparoscopic removal of colon with or without removalof rectum
Open (traditional) or laparoscopicreconstruction with J-pouch procedure
Single-incision laparoscopicremoval of large intestine with J-pouch reconstruction.

  • Crohn’s Disease

Anal infection and fistula surgery
Openor laparoscopic removal of large or small intestine
Single-incision laparoscopic surgery
Surgical management of strictures

  • Rectal Prolapse

Openor laparoscopic repair of prolapse
Perineal repair (incision-less) repair of rectal prolapse

Location Info


6569 N Charles St, Suite 502, Towson, MD 21204

Union Memorial Office

3333 North Calvert Street Suite 665B Baltimore, MD 21218

Bel Air Office

208 Plumtree Rd., Suite F, Bel Air 21015

Endoscopy Center at Bel Air

208 Plumtree Rd Suite G, Bel Air, MD 21015