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The Centennial Clinic Location
14100 E Arapahoe Rd
Suite 210
Centennial, CO 80112



Situated within the southern suburbs of metro Denver, our Centennial office also serves our patients traveling from Parker, Lone tree, Castlerock, and Colorado Springs. In addition to serving Eastern and Southeastern Plains of Colorado, including Limon, Hugo, Burlington,  and parts along the Colorado/Kansas and Oklahoma border.


Through our affiliation with The Medical Center of Aurora, and The Centenial medical Plaza, we offer patients the opportunity to receive state-of–the-art medical and colorectal surgical care without having to travel into the congestion of central Denver.

How to Prepare for your Appointment

There is no preparation needed for most appointments. We will notify you if your appointment requires special preparations or instructions. If at the time of your meeting with us a decision is made that future surgery is indicated, these surgical procedures will be performed at a later time or date and are performed at one of our affiliated surgical centers. .

What To Bring

Please bring a valid form of picture ID as well as your insurance card. 

You will receive a text/email confirmation from our appointment confirmation system, Phreesia. This will allow you to confirm appointments, and complete the patient registration forms. 


Spending time in our waiting room filling in these forms may potentially shorten the time you have available to meet face to face with your doctor.  Even if you arrive early, we need these forms to construct our EMR, which must be done before you can meet with the doctor. 


MANY THANKS for your understanding.

Directions & Parking

The map below can give you driving directions to The Centennial Medical Plaza. We suggest also use of apps such as Google Maps, Apple Maps & Mapquest for driving directions. 


Free parking is immediately available. 


Directions to The Centennial Clinic location















Procedures Performed within the Office Setting:


  • Anorectal examination including anoscopy and proctoscopy

  • Noninvasive treatment of internal and external hemorrhoids

  • Excision of painful external hemorrhoid thrombosis (blood clots)

  • Rubber Band Ligation for internal hemorrhoids

  • Sclerotherapy for internal hemorrhoids

  • Botox® injection for Anal Fissure treatment

  • Anal condyloma / wart / HPV ablation

  • Management of anorectal infection/abscess including I&D


Conditions That We Treat


  • Hemorrhoids, both internal and external

  • Bleeding, anal and/or rectal

  • Anal pain and itching

  • Anal fissures

  • Anal fistula and anal infection

  • Anal warts /HPV

  • Anal cancer

  • Pilonidal cysts

  • Diverticulitis

  • Intestinal obstruction

  • Colon cancer

  • Rectal cancer

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease, including Crohn’s, and Ulcerative Colitis

  • Anal muscle weakness, fecal incontinence or leakage

  • Rectal prolapse

  • Colostomy or Ileostomy problems

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