UT Physicians Colon & Rectal Clinic – Sugar Land
- Phone(713) 486-4740
- Fax(281) 633-9781
Physicians & Health Care Team
Our UT Physicians colon and rectal specialists comprise the second largest colon and rectal surgery group in the United States. We are a major referral center for colon and rectal cancer, including screening, evaluation, and surgical treatment.
Our surgeons use the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques along with traditional colorectal procedures to diagnose, evaluate, and treat colorectal cancer and other disorders.
We offer a broad range of treatment and procedures for all diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus, including:
- Colon and rectal cancer
- Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
- Anal incontinence
- Anal fissure and fistula
- Rectal prolapse
Crosby woman with COPD has 6-centimeter tumor removed surgically
Doralyn Davenport’s medical team worked in tandem to devise a surgery-first plan for removal of her tumor, sparing her chemo and radiation.
Surgery saves young armed forces translator
After years of experiencing stomach pain and cramping, Naqibullah Laghmanai finally uncovered the source of his symptoms. He was diagnosed with familial adenomatous polyposis. With the help of his colorectal surgeon, he was able to find relief. Read his health care journey.
Colorectal cancer screening and early detection are key to effective treatment
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death for both men and women. But thanks to more proactive screenings and improvements in colorectal cancer treatments, the death rate from colorectal cancer has been dropping in both men and women for several decades.
Richmond man recovers from rare form of skin cancer
Timothy Vance thought he had an ingrown hair or cyst. What he really had was a rare form of skin cancer.
Houston man’s close call with colon cancer inspires wife to advocate for importance of screening
After her husband’s surgery to remove a cancerous polyp, Brenda Sanders became an inspirational advocate for colon cancer screenings.
Stage IV cancer: a story of hope & triumph
“My cardiologist took a blood test, and it was based on the iron in my blood,” Andy Danielson says. “It said I was losing blood, and he looked at me and said, ‘I believe you have cancer. You need a colonoscopy.’” Read more of Andy’s story on facing stage IV colon cancer.