Mr Damian Glancy: General surgery

Mr Damian Glancy

General surgery

  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Lower GI surgery

About me

My main interests are colorectal cancer, benign colorectal disorders, advanced laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery, pelvic floor disorders (faecal incontinence and obstructed defaecation) and new treatments for haemorrhoids.

Having studied medicine at Bristol University I undertook my surgical training in the South West Region. Having gained specialist recognition I undertook further sub-specialty training and was awarded an Ethicon Colorectal Laparoscopic Fellowship under Mr U Khot at Morriston Hospital in Swansea. I then completed a Pelvic Floor Fellowship under Mr P Durdey at the Bristol Royal Infirmary before taking up my current Consultant post as a colorectal surgeon with a specialist interest in laparoscopic and pelvic floor surgery.

Areas of interest

Bowel surgery; Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery; Colon and rectal cancer; Benign colorectal disease: anal fissure, diverticular disease; Colonoscopy; Investigation and management of pelvic floor disorders: faecal incontinence, obstructed defaecation and rectal prolapse (treatments including sacral nerve stimulation, irrigation and ventral mesh rectopexy); New treatments for piles: HALO or THD (transanal doppler-guided haemorrhoidal de-arterialisation)

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Procedures completed Conditions treated

Conditions treated

  • 56900

    Other disorders of intestine | Disorders of the intestine; Anal Bleeding; Anal Haemorrhage; Anal Stricture; Anal Ulcer; Anus, Kraurosis; Anus, Stenosis; Anus, Ulcer; Bleeding, Per Rectum; Colostomy, Malfunction; Enterostomy, Malfunction; Intestine, Abscess; Kraurosis Ani; Polyp, Anal; Polyp, Rectal; Rectal Bleeding; Rectal Haemorrhage; Rectal Prolapse; Rectal Ulcer; Stenosis, Rectum; Ulcer, Rectum

  • 56400

    Functional digestive disorders, not elsewhere classified | Anal Spasm; Bowel Complaint; Chronic Constipation; Colon, Spastic; Constipation

  • 56500

    Anal Fissure and Fistula | Disorder of the anus; Anal Fistula; Anal Tear; Anus, Fissure; Anus, Fistula; Anus, Tear

  • 78901

    Abdominal pain | Stomach ache; Stomach pain

  • 78700

    Digestive System, Symptoms Involving | Symptoms involving the digestive system; Bowel Problems; Dysphagia; Flatulence; Heartburn; Incontinence, Faeces; Nausea; Vomiting

  • 55000

    Hernia, Inguinal | Inguinal hernia; Hernia, Inguinal, Recurrent; Hernia, Inguinal, Strangulated; Hernia, Scrotal

  • 56600

    Abscess of anal and rectal regions | Anus, Abscess; Ischiorectum, Abscess; Perianal Abscess; Perirectal Abscess

  • 79200

    Body Substances, Nonspecific Abnormal Findings | Abnormal Amniotic Fluid; Abnormal Cerebrospinal Fluid; Abnormal Saliva; Abnormal Semen; Abnormal Stool Contents

  • 56000

    Intestine, Obstruction Without Mention Of Hernia | Intestine, Impaction; Intestine, Obstruction; Intestine, Occlusion; Intestine, Stenosis; Intestine, Strangulation; Intestine, Stricture; Intestine, Torsion; Intussusception of Intestine; Paralytic Ileus

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