Hemorrhoid Treatment in New York City

Non-Surgical Hemorrhoid Treatment Center in Chelsea, NY

Why Choose USA Hemorrhoid Centers:

  • Personalized treatment plans
  • Safe, pain-free procedure
  • Experienced NY hemorrhoid doctors

At USA Hemorrhoid Centers, we focus on providing advanced care so our patients can experience lasting relief from uncomfortable symptoms without the risks associated with hemorrhoid removal surgery.

USA Hemorrhoid Centers - Chelsea
314 W. 23rd St
New York, NY 10011
Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Experience Relief and Comfort From Non-Surgical Hemorrhoid Treatment on 23rd Street in Manhattan, NY 

Our doctors treat hemorrhoids using a leading-edge procedure called hemorrhoid artery embolization (HAE). This non-surgical treatment technique is quick and doesn’t require a lengthy recovery. Most patients start feeling better soon after their treatment, allowing them to return to enjoying their lives faster. 

Hemorrhoid symptoms can be frustrating and painful, and without proper treatment, they can keep coming back. If you’re looking for a trusted hemorrhoid doctor near you, call our treatment center on 23rd Street in Manhattan, NY today to schedule a consultation. 

Treatment Center Location Information

Our Chelsea hemorrhoid clinic in New York, NY, is located in Chelsea near the Fashion Institute of Technology. We’re close to West Village, Flatiron District, Rose Hill, and Noho. 

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About USA Hemorrhoid

USA Hemorrhoid Centers: providing an advanced and comprehensive hemorrhoid treatment solution to help patients find lasting relief and improved quality of life. We offer hemorrhoidal artery embolization (HAE) an outpatient, nonsurgical treatment for hemorrhoids that offers long-lasting relief from rectal bleeding. 

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USA Hemorrhoid Centers – Chelsea
314 W. 23rd St
New York, NY 10011

FAQs About Hemorrhoid Treatment

What Is Hemorrhoid Artery Embolization?

Hemorrhoid artery embolization (HAE) is a non-surgical procedure that safely alleviates hemorrhoid symptoms without removing hemorrhoid tissue. Our doctors use imaging technology to guide the procedure, allowing them to shrink existing hemorrhoids without incisions or general anesthesia.

What Are the Benefits of Hemorrhoid Artery Embolization?

Our Manhattan, NY hemorrhoid doctors recommend hemorrhoid artery embolization because it has such a high success rate with low risk. HAE is an outpatient procedure that can be performed in about 45 minutes. It doesn’t require stitches or the surgical removal of hemorrhoids, lowering the risk of bleeding, anal continence issues, and other complications after treatment. It’s also convenient. Our patients can go home or return to work the same day as their treatment. While there might be some mild discomfort immediately afterward, most people are back to enjoying their lives hemorrhoid-free right away.

What Are Other Hemorrhoid Treatments?

For mild cases, hemorrhoids can usually be treated with dietary changes and topical medications. More serious cases require a specialized hemorrhoid procedure. Other treatment options, including rubber band ligation, sclerotherapy, and infrared coagulation, can provide relief, but we recommend HAE for hemorrhoids because of its safety and effectiveness.

Does Insurance Cover Hemorrhoid Treatment?

Yes, insurance typically covers hemorrhoid treatment. Our hemorrhoid clinic in Chelsea, NY participates with most insurance plans, including Medicare and some Medicaid plans. We also offer affordable payment options. Read more about insurance coverage for hemorrhoids.

How Can I Verify My Insurance?

We’ve made it easy to check your insurance so you can focus on getting the medical care you need to eliminate irritating hemorrhoid symptoms. You can verify your insurance through our online scheduling tool anytime.

Where Can I Find Hemorrhoid Specialists Near Me?

We have the best NY hemorrhoid doctors at our Chelsea hemorrhoid clinic.  Call our office at (347) 218-8576 or booking online to schedule a consultation today. We also have several other non-surgical hemorrhoid treatment centers in the area. 

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Getting here

Directions to Our Chelsea, New York Hemorrhoid Treatment Center

Our address is:

USA Hemorrhoid Centers
314 W 23rd St.
New York, NY 10011

How to Reach Our Hemorrhoid Center By Car

From Lower Manhattan: If you’re heading north from the Soho, Chinatown area, take Canal St. to Hudson St. Drive north on Hudson, and make a slight right onto 8th Ave. at Blecker Playground. Follow 8th Ave. to W 23rd St. Our non-surgical hemorrhoid clinic is near the intersection — it will be on your left immediately after you turn onto 23rd St. 

From Queens: Our NY hemorrhoid treatment center on 23rd Street is about 13 miles from Queens. To reach our office, take I-495 W for about 10 miles. Get off on the exit toward Uptown and 3rd Avenue. Merge onto E 37th Street and turn left on Lexington Ave., right on E 29th St., left on 5th Ave., and right on W 23rd St. You’ll see USA Hemorrhoid Centers on your left next to Asuka Sushi. 

How to Reach Our Hemorrhoid Center in Chelsea, NY by Public Transportation

Our convenient location on the West Side of Manhattan makes getting the quality care you need to alleviate hemorrhoid symptoms hassle-free. We are next to the 23rd Street subway station on the A, C, and E Trains. 

We’re also bus accessible. Take the M23-SBS bus and get off at W 23rd Street and 8th Avenue. Our clinic is across the street. 


Limited street parking is available near our clinic. Several parking garages are within walking distance, including NYC Parking Chelsea Seventh Garage Corp. at 224 W 25th Street and Icon Parking at 111 8th Avenue. 

Insurance Information for Hemorrhoid Treatment

At USA Hemorrhoid Clinics, we are dedicated to addressing all the challenges associated with varicose hemorrhoids and spider hemorrhoids. This also includes acknowledging affordable hemorrhoid treatment options. Our goal is to provide you with the best-in-class and affordable hemorrhoid treatment possible for varicose and spider hemorrhoids. Varicose and spider hemorrhoids are symptoms of hemorrhoid disease and could lead to more dangerous health issues if left untreated. These can include venous ulcers and blood clots.

Patients frequently ask if their varicose hemorrhoid treatment is covered by insurance. Due to the relation of varicose hemorrhoids to hemorrhoid disease, health insurance usually covers varicose hemorrhoid treatments. Do you have specific questions about health insurance and your coverage? We’re here to help with the entire process.

Our dedicated team of insurance specialists will work with you every step of the way to maximize your insurance benefits. We will also complete the necessary paperwork to get your treatment plan approved by your insurance provider. We are here to offer guidance if you have any questions regarding health insurance or our affordable options for varicose and spider hemorrhoid treatment. We are constantly adding new insurance companies to our database to maximize your benefits and likelihood of having your treatment covered. For patients whose hemorrhoid embolization treatment costs are not covered, we also offer a range of financing options, including CareCredit, HELPcard*, and HSA or FSA accounts.

Does Insurance Cover Varicose Hemorrhoid Treatment?

Varicose hemorrhoids and spider hemorrhoids are symptoms of hemorrhoid disease, so treatment is typically covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Your out-of-pocket cost is determined by the type of treatment you receive, whether we see you in the office or via telemedicine (which may also be covered by your insurance plan), and your insurance coverage. Please give us a call or use our scheduling tool to verify in advance that we accept your insurance plan and to understand your initial consultation cost.

We offer minimally invasive and highly effective BPH treatments covered by most major insurances. Call us today with any questions.

Insurance Verification Online

We want to make staying healthy easy while keeping the cost as reasonable as possible. That’s why we brought appointment scheduling to your fingertips. You can book an appointment online via our HIPAA-compliant scheduling option and find out if we accept your insurance with just a few taps of your finger. Our scheduling tool verifies your varicose hemorrhoids insurance coverage for an initial visit. It also helps you find a clinic close to you, so you don’t have to commit before knowing your insurance eligibility. We also provide both in-office and telemedicine appointments for your convenience. Not comfortable making an appointment online? Not a problem. Give us a call, and one of our team members will assist you with all of your insurance-related questions and get your appointment scheduled.

We focus on low-cost, highly effective treatments and remain transparent about the cost of treatment from beginning to end. We don’t want you to avoid treatment because of worries about cost. We will make you aware of the costs associated with your treatment upfront so that you can make the best decisions for your care and budget.

How To Prepare For Your Visit

Meet Your Chelsea, Manhattan, NY Hemorrhoid Doctors 

At our clinic on 23rd Street, we have a team of highly recommended hemorrhoid specialists. Our doctors have specialized training and years of experience diagnosing and treating hemorrhoids with HAE.

How to Prepare for Hemorrhoid Treatment on 23rd Street in Manhattan, NY

Before your hemorrhoid artery embolization treatment on 23rd Street in NY, avoid eating foods for several hours. You can drink clear fluids to stay hydrated. 

You should wear loose-fitting clothing to your appointment to ensure comfort after your treatment. 

During your appointment, the doctor will discuss aftercare instructions, including dietary and activity recommendations. You can return home or go back to work shortly after your treatment but plan to spend about two hours at our clinic.