Linda Weber is very caring in this office; she is Practice manger for Dr. David Magee. I am doing my Colonoscopy next week with Dr. Magee.
Dr. Michael Russo is very well mannered and caring dr. Who take as much interest in your child health as a parent you would do. We came to him from another GI dr for my son and he talked about the medicine and overall picture of his health. His office staff and assistant is awesome too. Always good in responding to my concern and questions. Dr. Russo is so easy to reach out to and he personally respond to your question and concern. I am so grateful that we found him for our son. God bless him for all he does for his patients. I must recommend him 👍
Dr. Abraham is a kind & understanding doctor, always willing to listen, then make a recommendation, he has been my doctor for many years & I look forward to continuing my visits in the future.
My televisit with Megan Canady went very smoothly. She was thorough, decisive and friendly.
He was great, I felt very comfortable and very confident. Would recommend him to all my friends and family.
Welcome to Digestive Health Associates of Texas—where your care is our number one priority. At our physician-led network of gastroenterologist specialists, we diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of GI issues from constipation and diarrhea to colon cancer, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and much more. We have a patient-first philosophy and always do our best to make sure even when you're uncomfortable, you're comfortable under our roof.
Whether you're 45 years old or over, have family history of colon cancer, or are at risk of colon cancer colonoscopy screenings are one of the best ways to prevent and detect colon cancer. Additionally, a colonoscopy could help diagnose symptoms such as diarrhea, bloody stool, stomach pain, and more. A simple, 15-30 minute colonoscopy can provide valuable answers to your GI symptoms.
Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis are the most common forms of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), affecting approximately 1.6 million Americans. Many IBD patients are diagnosed before the age of 35. Each year there are approximately 70,000 new cases of IBD diagnosed in children and adults. IBD is a chronic condition that can be treated but not cured.