Marketing Services & Material
We provide a wide array of valuable educational and marketing material designed to help your patients and colleagues understand the benefits of the CRH O’Regan System, and to drive new patients to your practice.
Use these materials in your office to create awareness about the CRH O’Regan System, as well as to educate your current patients on what they can expect from the procedure. They can also be given out to referring physicians for use in their offices.
One of the best ways to bring new patients into your practice is by educating referring physicians in your area. Use these materials to let them know that you now offer the CRH O’Regan System, allowing their patients to be treated quickly and painlessly.
Start marketing this procedure in your region with our advertising templates for TV, radio and print. These templates are customizable for your practice and help you reach out to a wider audience.
The marketing program overview outlines the tools we have available to help you incorporate the CRH O’Regan System into your practice and effectively educate new and existing patients.
This video is intended to educate patients about the CRH O’Regan System and have them call your practice to schedule an appointment for the procedure. We encourage you to add this video to your own website to inform your current and prospective patients that you now offer this simple and painless procedure. To add the video, just click on the “Share Control” button on the bottom right of the video and paste the embed link on your site. If you require any assistance, please feel free to contact us!
Patient Discussion Videos
These videos are intended to explain the CRH O’Regan hemorrhoid banding procedure to patients on the day of treatment. The condensed edition provides a full explanation of what the patient can expect on the day of the procedure. The full edition provides additional information about the risks/benefits of the procedure and alternatives to treatment and should be used if you are using the video as a method of obtaining informed consent.