Fecal Incontinence Center

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We understand that accidental bowel leakage can impact self-esteem and quality of life, resulting in discomfort, disability, and cost.  The Tri-State Fecal Incontinence Center (TSC FIC) is a part of our practice that offers an excellent service to the community to help individuals who suffer from issues with bowel control.

As the region’s most experienced surgeons treating fecal incontinence, we not only listen to you and understand your difficulty, we have the in-depth knowledge of anorectal anatomy and physiology that allows us to effectively diagnose and treat your problem.  The advantage of having your testing and treatment conveniently done at our clinic is that it eliminates the need of multiple facility visits and unnecessary procedures.

No referral is required to visit our office. Give us a call today to make an appointment!


  • What is fecal incontinence, and why does it occur?
  • Can fecal incontinence be treated?
  • What are the treatment options?
  • Why choose Tri-State Colorectal Fecal Incontinence Center?
What is fecal incontinence, and why does it occur?

Fecal incontinence is the inability to control the passage of gas or stool. It can be a debilitating condition severely affecting one’s quality of life..

There can be a number of causes, with pelvic nerve and muscle injury during childbirth being the most common. Though more common in women, it can also affect men and even children.

Can fecal incontinence be treated?

Treatment for fecal incontinence has steadily improved over the last several years.  There has been a progressive transition from invasive surgical reconstruction to novel minimally invasive techniques to help improve bowel function.

All treatment options are provided to patients and great care is taken to identify the root of the problem so that the best treatment can be implemented.

What are the treatment options?

We utilize proven non-invasive options and surgical techniques to improve function.
These include:

Sacral Nerve ModulationSphincteroplastyPerineal reconstruction
Solesta injectionRectovaginal fistula repairRectal prolapse repair
Rectocele repairDietary modificationPelvic floor rehabilitation and biofeedback
Prolapsing hemorrhoid repairMedication and supplementationSkin care

We work closely with ProRehab and other expert physical therapists throughout the tri-state.
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Why choose Tri-State Colorectal Fecal Incontinence Center?

We know incontinence can be debilitating and embarrassing. We want to return our patients to a normal lifestyle. We follow the practice outlines recommended by the American Society of Colorectal Surgeons. You will benefit by being treated by our knowledgeable staff and physicians in the comfort of our office. This will consist of a thorough evaluation including anal manometry and ultrasound to help determine the cause of incontinence and guide appropriate treatment. This may consist of simple medical management, or the latest technique called Sacral Nerve Stimulation therapy.