Preparing for a Colonoscopy
It’s the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths – yet it is preventable. Listen below as West Michigan Surgery Center Internal Medicine physician, Rashmi Juneja, MD, shares how you can protect yourself from Colon Cancer.
Colonoscopies take under an hour to perform, and our specialists are able to pinpoint any questionable polyps, and remove them, during that time. Results are sent to the pathologist for review and then sent to the patient very quickly.
It’s important to seek the advice of your Michigan Primary Care Partners provider or family physician to determine the best screening schedule for your individual needs. Your provider knows yours and your family history, and is able to make the best assessment for your care.
Dr. Juneja performs Colonoscopies at our Nationally recognized facility. To learn more about the process leading up to the screening, check out our blog by clicking the links below.