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Mark Cheetham provides a full general and colorectal surgery service, from diagnosis, through to treatment and follow up.
Anal fistula surgery
Bowel cancer surgery
Mr Cheetham will usually need a referral letter from your own GP to arrange an appointment. You can bring the letter with you on the day of the appointment if you wish.
Clinics are held on
Thursday 0900 to 1230
Saturday 0900 to 1230
Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital
Other times can be arranged if necessary. Contact Us Here
You will need to take bowel preparation the day before a colonoscopy, we will give you detailed instructions as to what you can eat and drink.
If you are having an operation you will need to starve before surgery. We will give you detailed instructions before you come in to hospital.
Piles (or haemorrhoids) can be treated in variety of ways depending on the symptoms and appearance. Mr Cheetham provides
Bowel cancer is one of the commonest cancers in the UK.
Most people with bowel cancer will have a colonoscopy to make the diagnosis and a CT to assess the degree of spread of the cancer. The best treatment for bowel cancer is an operation to remove the cancer. More >
Most abdominal operation can be performed with laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery..
Mr Cheetham performs the following laparoscopic operations
A hernia is a bulge in the tummy wall.
Hernias are most commonly found in the groin in men. They can usually be treated with an operation done a s day case.
Most gallbladder operations are now performed laparoscopically.
Gallstones can cause pain, jaundice, an infection in the gallbladder or pancreatitis (an inflamed pancreas)