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Research

Dr. Haas and CSA are committed to advancing patient care, quality of life and new technologies in the field of colon and rectal surgery. To promote this mission, we have established an expert panel of research personnel dedicated to the pursuit of scientific and medical knowledge and the betterment of patient outcomes.

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Clinical Trials and Research

COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES BETWEEN ROBOTIC-ASSISTED LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND CONVENTIONAL LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR COLORECTAL DISEASE

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual who is interested in laparoscopic or robotic colon surgery. Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.

COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES BETWEEN SINGLE-SITE LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND CONVENTIONAL LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY FOR COLECTOMY

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual with benign or malignant disease of the colon requiring surgical resection. Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.

ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF LIFE (QOL) FOLLOWING MINIMALLY INVASIVE COLORECTAL SURGERY

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual with benign or malignant disease of the colon requiring surgical resection. Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.

A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN PATIENTS WITH FECAL INCONTINENCE: EVALUATING THE CLINICAL AND ANATOMICAL BENEFITS FOLLOWING THE MINIMALLY INVASIVE SECCA PROCEDURE

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual with fecal incontinence that has failed conservative management (nutritional/behavioral modifications). Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.

PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PELVIC MUSCLE REHABILITATION (PMR) AS A NON-INVASIVE CURE FOR THOSE WITH FECAL INCONTINENCE (FI)

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual with fecal incontinence that has failed conservative management (nutritional/behavioral modifications). Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.

PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF PELVIC MUSCLE REHABILITATION (PMR) AS A NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT FOR OBSTRUCTIVE DEFECATION SYNDROME (ODS)

Eligibility for Enrollment: Any individual with obstructed defecation (constipation) that has failed conservative management (nutritional/behavioral modifications). Contact us to see if you qualify for this trial.