Robert Aderhold, MD, FACS is the Co-Medical Director of Hemorrhoid Centers of America-Albany, GA. HCA are the largest and most successful centers in the country devoted to the non-operative treatment of hemorrhoids and anal fissures. Dr. Aderhold is very pleased to bring the HCA non-surgical treatment to South Georgia. Each year HCA helps thousands of patients avoid painful surgery. Many of our patients had been told surgery was their only option. At HCA we will help you find the relief you deserve without the pain or disability of surgery.
Dr. Aderhold has over ten years of experience in caring for various gastrointestinal and rectal issues. He provides a wide range of services for rectal problems including the care of internal and external hemorrhoids, skin tags, anal fissures, and is an expert colonoscopist. Dr. Aderhold now specializes in the non-surgical treatment of hemorrhoids and anal fissures. You can quickly get the relief you deserve through the use of custom compounds and the CRH O’Regan Ligation system. Our device allows Dr. Aderhold to cure your hemorrhoids in the office without the need of anesthesia. You can drive yourself to the appointment and most of the time return to work the same day (jobs that require strenuous activity may require one day off).
Dr. Aderhold is a board certified general surgeon that has practiced in Albany, Georgia since 2007. A native of Moultrie, Georgia, Dr. Aderhold grew up in Macon and Carrollton, Georgia. Dr. Aderhold earned an undergraduate degree from The University of Georgia. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon.
Dr. Aderhold completed his post graduate training in general surgery at the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine, Chattanooga Unit. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Aderhold is an expert laparoscopic surgeon.
Call us today or request an appointment online and get the help and relief you deserve without the pain and disability of surgery.