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Our Services

Our  practice offers a wide range of services to patients. These include diagnostic procedures such as endoscopy (e.g., upper endoscopy, colonoscopy , capsule endoscopy) to visualize the GI tract and obtain tissue samples for pathologist review.  We also perform other specialized procedures like ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) to evaluate and treat conditions affecting the bile ducts and pancreas. We also serve the obesity and endobariatric community through our association with EWLCA.

COLONOSCOPY

  • Colonoscopy is an examination of the inside of your large intestine (colon). It's helpful for diagnosing gastrointestinal diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer. It can also help treat and prevent colon cancer. Healthcare providers recommend a routine colonoscopy for all adults 45 years and older to screen for colon cancer.

CAPSULE ENDOSCOPY

  • Capsule endoscopy is a diagnostic test. Healthcare providers use it to look for bleeding and tumors, mainly in your small intestine. Your healthcare provider gives you a capsule to swallow. The capsule has a tiny camera and a light. It takes pictures of your digestive tract and records the pictures for your healthcare provider to review. You then pass the capsule in your stool (poop).

Other Procedures include

  • EGD with botox

  • EGD with balloon dilatation

  • Stretta (DR BLOSSER ONLY) GERD Therapy

  • ANX Capsule endoscopy

  • CRH Hemorrhoid Bandings

  • Intragastric weight loss balloons

  • ESG ( Endoscopic Sleeve )

  • TORe and TORe-B ( patent pending )

UPPER ENDOSCOPY (EGD)

  • An upper endoscopy is a procedure to examine the upper part of the digestive tract. The procedure is also called an esophagogastroduodenoscopy, or EGD.

  • Gastrointestinal (Gl) doctor (gastroenterologist) uses an endoscope. The scope is a narrow, flexible tube with a light and small video camera. Through the scope, your doctor can view the inside lining of your: Esophagus: The tube that carries food from your mouth to your stomach.

  • Stomach: The organ that holds food and starts the digestion process.

  • Duodenum: The upper part of your small intestine.

ERCP

  • During an ERCP, doctors use an endoscope and X-rays to view injectable dye as it travels through pancreatic and bile ducts.

  • ERCP helps providers diagnose and treat gallstones, inflamed gallbladders, bile duct blockages, pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer and other conditions.

  • with stent placement 

  • with stent removal 

  • with brushing 

  • with SpyGlass

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