Hemorroidal Banding

Hemorrhoids are nothing to be embarrassed about – in fact, about 50% of the population will suffer from them by the age of 50. For many, ointments and creams will only mask symptoms to provide temporary relief. They do not address the root of the problem that is causing the pain, itching, bleeding, and overall … Continued
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Flexible Sigmoidoscopy

A flexible sigmoidoscopy is a procedure that examines the rectum and lower colon, also called the sigmoid colon using a flexible tube. The flexible sigmoidoscope used by the doctor contains a light and a tiny camera at the end. The scoping instrument does not allow the doctor to see the as much of the colon … Continued
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Esophageal Manometry

Esophageal manometry is used to evaluate how well the esophagus is working by measuring the contractions that enable swallowing. The instrument used by the doctor is a small tube containing sensors that is passed through the nose, down the esophagus, into the stomach. The procedure may be used to diagnose GERD, Barrett’s Esophagus, and other … Continued

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Note: You will receive a endoscopy prep instructions for any of the procedures below via our patient portal prior to your procedure. If you do not receive these within seven days of your procedure, please call our office right away! EGD—esophagogastroduodenoscopy An EGD is a procedure that examines the esophagus, stomach and first part of … Continued
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A colonoscopy is a procedure that examines the colon to look for abnormalities, including cancer. The scope used by the doctor contains a light and a tiny camera at the end, and enables small tools to be passed through a channel to take tissue samples, remove polyps and perform therapeutic procedures. Colonoscopies can be classified … Continued
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