OhioHealth Surgical Specialists Westerville
The experienced and highly trained physicians at OhioHealth Surgical Specialists are dedicated to the ultimate well-being of our patients. We respect the trust that you place in us when you select us for surgical care — we believe you deserve to be treated with care and compassion.
Dr. Braveman is an experienced and fellowship-trained colon/rectal surgeon that is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery. He is well-qualified to perform the most-up-to date colon and rectal surgical procedures, including minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Ryan is a surgical oncologist and general surgeon who is well-prepared to manage the most complex surgical cancer cases. She takes a team approach to cancer treatment, working in tandem with the patient’s other physicians to create a customized formula. That team also includes the patient and his or her close family members.
Surgery Services at This Location
Our surgical oncology services are dedicated to the surgical prevention and treatment of cancer. As a result of her sophisticated training, Dr. Ryan is well-prepared to manage the most complex surgical cancer cases. She will provide an expert opinion for difficult decision making along with state of the art technical surgical skills using the advanced technology at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center.
During your care, you have the full support of OhioHealth’s team of highly skilled cancer care specialists. Your multi-specialty team will include your doctor and, depending on your needs, several other professionals.
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Our experienced and fellowship-trained colon/rectal surgeon Dr. Braveman, provides a wide range of advanced and minimally-invasive surgical procedures to treat many diseases and conditions, including:
- Anal abscess/fistula
- Anal cancer
- Anal fissure
- Anal intraepithelial neoplasia
- Anal warts (condyloma)
- Colon cancer
- Colon polyps
- Crohn’s disease
- Diverticular disease/diverticulitis
- Enterocutaneous fistula
- Familial adenomatous polyposis
- Fecal incontinence
- Hereditary non-polyposis
- Colon cancer (Lynch syndrome)
- Intestinal obstruction
- Pilonidal disease
- Rectal cancer
- Rectal prolapsed
- Stomas and stoma complications
- Ulcerative colitis