Approach Benign Colon Disease with Confidence
Aging often brings a few health issues along with it. If you're over 50, benign colon disease — non-cancerous polyps in your large intestine — may be one of those issues. Even though most colon polyps are generally harmless, some can become cancerous if left untreated, so it's important to schedule regular colonoscopies, especially after the age of 50, so they can be detected and removed as necessary.
If you do have polyps, your experienced gastroenterology team will easily and painlessly remove them, most often with a minimally invasive procedure. From preventative screenings to thorough diagnoses and expert treatments, at AdventHealth Tampa, formerly Florida Hospital Tampa, you’ll receive the care you need to regain control of your health.
With Thoughtful, Expert Care
- The Importance of Regular Screenings for Colon Polyps
- Understanding Your Benign Colon Disease
- Treatment for Colon Polyps