About Dr. Mazin—San Diego Hemorrhoid Specialist

About Dr. Mazin

Dr. MazinDr. Jeffrey Mazin has been banding with the CRH O’Regan System since 2008 and is one of first physicians to offer this hemorrhoid treatment in San Diego. He has successfully banded over 1,000 patients.

Dr. Mazin is a board-certified and re-certified general and laparoscopic surgeon. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Prior to his formal medical training, he was a research assistant in biochemistry at Rutgers University and Temple University School of Medicine.

Dr. Mazin received his medical degree from Temple University Health Sciences Center. He did further training at that institution and at the very prestigious Graduate Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Both institutions are icons of research, diagnosis, and treatment of colon and rectal diseases.

Dr. Mazin was the Chief Resident in surgery at the Graduate Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He then became an Associate Clinical Professor of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. After relocating to San Diego, Dr. Mazin held many hospital positions including the Chief of Surgery of the Mission Bay Hospital.

Dr. Mazin has also been a Qualified Medical Examiner for the State of California, a member of the California Medical Society and of the San Diego County Medical Society. In addition he is a member of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, and a charter member of the American Hernia Society.

Dr. Mazin has lectured extensively throughout the U.S., and has presented at major surgical society national meetings. He has been involved in research and development of surgical products.

If you have questions about hemorrhoids, you may find answers on our Frequently Asked Questions page. However, you should never feel nervous, stressed, or embarrassed to speak directly with a doctor. Make an appointment with Dr. Mazin today, and make hemorrhoid-related discomfort a part of the past.

Did you know?

Hemorrhoids have been causing us problems for thousands of years (at least). The first recorded mention of hemorrhoids dates back to Egypt in 1700 BC.


“I had two previous bad experiences... If I had known earlier I would have been in less pain for years.”

“Absolutely the best. Haven’t felt this good in years.”

“Every time a bout of hemorrhoids flared up, I knew I was in for 10 to 14 days of pain, bleeding, itching, and plenty of creams or suppositories. The procedure was not only painless but it put an instant end to my discomfort. I’m just sorry I didn’t do it sooner.”