Great bedside manners across the board
Dr. Abraham takes time to really talk to you without appearing rushed, clearly explaining everything.
Dr.Abraham is an exceptional doctor. His detail is specific to each patient. He doesn’t treat you like one size fits all. He genuinely cares about his patients and is a godly man. I’ve been coming to Dr. Abraham for several years and have zero complaints. His staff is right up there with him!
Dr. Sindhu Abraham is awesome! These things are what I love about her: 1. She listened patiently and did not rush me, even though she had squeezed me in. I have other things going on and needed to see a GI soon and she squeezed me in her very busy schedule, warning me that I may have to wait a bit to be seen by her. But she actually squeezed me because seeing someone soon was very important and I actually did not have to wait long at all. 3. She personally asked me about my whole health history, not just about the current issue for which I was seeing her, as well as my family's health history. 4. She asked me if I had any questions for her.
We had a great experience this last year with Dr. Keith. When our son was born he had a possible dairy intolerance & reflux. Dr. Keith listened to our concerns and was very thorough in making sure our sons anatomy was working correctly. He was a pleasure at every visit and we are so thankful he was in our corner the first year of our son’s life. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing a pediatric GI.
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.