Colonoscopy is a procedure that enables your physician to examine the lining of the colon (large bowel) for abnormalities.
An esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD, also known as an upper endoscopy, upper GI endoscopy, or panendoscopy) is a procedure that enables your physician to examine the lining of the upper part of your gastrointestinal tract.
Radiofrequency Ablation treatment is used to treat Barrett’s Esophagus, by using an endoscopic ablation technique to remove the diseased lining of the esophagus.
An endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) is an examination in which a flexible instrument is inserted via the mouth or the rectum to visualize the digestive tract.
The purpose of this test is to monitor, over a 24-hour period, the amount of acid that refluxes into the esophagus.
This procedure involves ingesting a small (about the size of a large vitamin pill) Given Imaging M2A Capsule, which will pass naturally through your digestive system while taking pictures of the intestine.
The purpose of Motility Testing is to measure the pressure to the lower esophageal sphincter, the pressure and coordination of the body of the esophagus, and the upper esophageal sphincter pressure and relaxation.
Infrared Coagulation (IRC) is the mostely widely used office treatment for hemorrhoids and is preferred over the other methods because it is fast, well-tolerated by patients, and virtually problem-free.