Dr. David Yamini treats 500th hemorrhoid patient with non-surgical banding method — 4 insights

Beverly Hills, Calif.-based gastroenterologist David Yamini, MD, treated his 500th hemorrhoid patient with the O'Regan Banding Method.

Here's what you should know:

1. The O'Regan Banding System uses a disposable litigator to pull tissue into it so a rubber band can be placed around the hemorrhoid's base.

2. The band if often placed where nerve endings aren't present, eliminating pain.

3. Less than 1 percent of patients reported pain postprocedure with the banding method.

4. Dr. Yamini runs a private practice in Beverly Hills.

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