Mr. David McArthur, Consultant General Surgeon & Colorectal Surgeon, is available to see patients at MUMs. Specialising in haemorrhoid treatment, hernia surgery, bowel cancer, bowel surgery, colostomy and ileostomy, Mr. David McArthur has a specialist interest in minimally-invasive techniques for managing colorectal and general surgical conditions.
David is additionally accredited as an eXroid practitioner and runs monthly clinics to deliver this innovative technique to his patients. Learn more about the eXroid treatment that David provides to our patients. If you have any questions about eXroid treatment, contact eXroid here.
General surgery and colorectal conditions such as colon cancer, bowel cancer, colitis and Crohn's disease impair the lives of thousands of individuals every day. While those over 50 are more likely to be affected, more than 49 colorectal diseases are diagnosed in those between 20 and 54 years old daily. Securing treatment for a colorectal condition via the NHS requires numerous referrals from GP’s. Regrettably, this delays treatment, which can ultimately see underlying conditions escalate. Ensuring that treatment can be sought in a timely manner, here at MUMs, we provide private general surgery and colorectal consultations to those in need.
Identifying if general surgery or colorectal treatment is required can be difficult, especially as many of the symptoms typically encountered are related to a wealth of health conditions. However, the following symptoms are typically associated with colorectal illnesses:
· Change in bowel habits
· Rectal bleeding
· Weight loss
· Anal warts
· Anal fissures
· Anal fistulas
Though these symptoms are associated with various health conditions, many of which can be treated easily, they often signal an underlying colorectal condition, such as colon cancer, colitis and Crohn's disease. Without treatment, these conditions can be serious. In some instances, they can also be fatal. If you have come to experience any of the above symptoms, have a family history of bowel cancer, and suspect that you may need treatment, we recommend arranging an appointment with our general surgery and colorectal consultant as soon as possible.
We ensure that treatment can be secured with ease for a wealth of general surgery and colorectal conditions. Below, we have outlined several treatment options available at our private clinic.
· Haemorrhoid treatment
We also offer assessments for lumps and bumps and provide a one-stop mole assessment and mole removal service.
Contact Us Today to Secure A Private Colorectal Consultation
Irrespective of whether you have previously contacted your local GP or have attempted to secure treatment for any of the above conditions via the NHS, we welcome you to take advantage of the immediate general surgery and colorectal services we provide. To arrange an appointment, contact us today by calling 0121 704 2669. Alternatively, request an appointment with our general surgery and colorectal consultant here. See more about the range of private consultant options we offer.
Mr David McArthur, Consultant General Surgeon & Colorectal Surgeon, at MUMS specialising in haemorrhoid treatment, hernia surgery, bowel cancer, bowel surgery and colostomy and ileostomy.
Symptoms associated with colorectal illnesses are typically associated with some of the following: • Irritable bowel syndrome • Constipation • Haemorrhoids • Diverticulitis • Colitis
You will be booked in for a 30-minute appointment with the consultant.
The consultant will take a full medical history from you and examine you. If you need any further investigations or blood tests, these can be arranged for you privately – blood tests can be performed the same day. Wear loose comfortable clothing as this will be better for you if you need a physical examination.
If you do have any testing at MUMS, then a follow-up appointment will be arranged for the consultant to discuss the results with you and plan any future care if needed.
Please call the clinic and a member of the team will be able to arrange a convenient appointment for you.
You are welcome to bring another person with you to the appointment.