Discover Why It Is Essential to Have a Colonoscopy Exam
Healthcare experts have long heralded the significance of a colonoscopy as a diagnostic screening, especially as it relates to colon cancer.Read
Endoscopy vs. Colonoscopy: What is the Difference Between These Exams?
Colonoscopies and endoscopies are different kinds of endoscopic exams. A digestive specialist uses them to diagnose conditions in the GI system.Read
Raising Stomach Cancer Awareness This November
Discover the risks, causes, and symptoms of stomach cancer, and learn how a GI doctor can help you obtain treatment.Read
Receive a Colonoscopy Before Year's End to Maximize Your Deductible
Getting a colonoscopy before your insurance deductibles reset can help you maintain your GI health and save money as an added benefit.Read
Find Out More About FibroScan® and How It Identifies Liver Health
FibroScan is an innovative tool that allows our GI doctors to monitor the wellness and state of the liver using ultrasound technology.Read
October is Liver Disease Awareness Month
Know the warning signs and symptoms of liver disease so you may help protect this essential organ and lessen your risk of future liver failure.Read
When Should I Take My Child to a Pediatric GI Specialist?
Gastrointestinal (GI) conditions in children are common, making it essential to connect with a pediatric GI specialist to help your child thrive.Read
What Is the Best Way to Teach Your Kid(s) Proper Digestive Habits?
GI wellness is essential for general health. When healthy eating habits are learned early in life, it can initiate a lifetime of great health.Read
Common Digestive Problems Among Children (Ages 0-18)
An occasional stomach ache or upset tummy can arise from pediatric GI issues like celiac disease, lactose intolerance, GERD, and more.Read
Find Out if You are a Good Candidate for the TIF® Procedure to Treat GERD?
If you suffer ongoing acid reflux, or GERD as it is often called, the TIF procedure could be the solution you need for relief.Read
Common Signs and Symptoms of GERD in Children and Adults
The symptoms of GERD are often like acid reflux, but they occur more frequently, and can damage the lining of the esophagus over time.Read
How the Summer Heat Can Affect GI Concerns
Keep your GI health in line with tips from a digestive health expert that show you how to improve gut health and relieve GI issues.Read
What Tests can be Used to Diagnose and Treat Esophageal Disorders?
Esophageal disorders be identified with various tests, such as an EGD, barium x-ray, or CT, so the ideal treatment can be planned.Read
7 of the Most Common Esophageal Conditions
Common esophageal conditions like GERD, dysphagia, and esophageal cancer can affect everybody. Knowing when to get care is crucial.Read
What are Common Digestive Issues Among Women?
There are a few variations in the digestive systems of men and women. Certain GI issues, like IBS, are more common in women.Read
Learn to Spot the Signs of Poor Gut Health
Worrisome GI symptoms, such as stomach pain, changes in bowel habits, or unexplained weight loss, may indicate a GI disease.Read
What Are Clinical Trials in Gastroenterology?
Clinical trials in gastroenterology are carried out to help enhance the health of people who experience digestive problems both now and in the future.Read
Know These Common Stomach Disorders and Diseases
Stomach problems, like peptic ulcers or gastric cancer, are detected and treated by a gastroenterologist. Learn more about common stomach disorders.Read
Celiac Disease Awareness Month: The Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
Celiac disease can result in long-lasting damage to the small bowel without treatment, making it important to know the symptoms of this condition.Read
Healthy Tips to Ring in the New Year
Boost your digestive wellness in the New Year by maintaining healthy habits, like eating more fiber, quitting smoking, and getting regular exercise.Read