Blog Posts

Laringopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)

“Acid reflux” refers to a general condition in which stomach fluids splash into the lower end of the esophagus and cause irritation and pain."

Sep 4th, 2019
Stretta Therapy for Reflux and GERD

Refractory gastro-esophageal reflux disease, sometimes called GERD, can be annoying, painful, and disruptive to a patient’s quality of life. If you’ve experienced or been diagnosed with GERD, then you know how it works.

Aug 7th, 2019
March for Colorectal Cancer Awareness

A 75 year-old woman with progressive constipation. An 82 year-old man with unexplained anemia. A 39 year-old mother of two with intermittent blood in her stool.

Mar 4th, 2015
Ileal Pouches in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Until the 1970’s, when a patient required removal of colon (whether because of uncontrollable ulcerative colitis or colon cancer) the result was the creation of an ileostomy.

Feb 16th, 2015
IBS is no BS

Millions of people are diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) every year making it one of the most common gastrointestinal (GI) conditions.

Jan 26th, 2015
Resolutions

The start of a New Year signifies new beginnings, a clean slate and, of course, New Year’s resolutions.

Dec 26th, 2014
Happy holidays to your GI tract

The holiday season is well underway. This is the time of year for celebrating with family and close friends and reflecting on what is truly important to us.

Dec 1st, 2014