We provide comprehensive medical and surgical treatments for all gastrointestinal disorders. Our physicians are specialized in gastroenterology, which covers all aspects of the digestive system. We carry out all gastrointestinal endoscopic and surgical procedures including advanced video laparoscopic surgeries. Our procedures include:
Colonoscopy is a procedure that enables your physician to examine the lining of the colon (large bowel) for abnormalities by inserting a flexible fiber optic tube with its own light source and lens.
Upper Endoscopy (also known as an upper GI Endoscopy, esophagogastroduodenoscopy [EGD], or panendoscopy) is a procedure that enables your physician to examine the lining of the upper part of your gastrointestinal tract, i.e., the esophagus (swallowing tube), stomach, and duodenum (first portion of the small intestine) using a thin flexible fibre optic tube with its own lens and light source.
Flexible sigmoidoscopy is a procedure that enables your physician to examine the lining of the rectum and a portion of the colon (large bowel) by inserting a flexible fibre optic tube with its own lens and light source.
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24 HR. PH Probe
The purpose of the test is to monitor over a 24 hour period, the amount of acid that refluxes into the esophagus. The test is performed for patients with heartburn, hoarseness, chronic cough, atypical chest pain and adult onset asthma.
This procedure enables your physician to examine and detect any abnormalities in the small intestine. It involves the patient to swallow a small capsule with an inbuilt camera.
ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography)
The Endoscopic examination of the bile ducts, pancreas and gall bladder. This procedure will also enable the physician to provide treatment of any abnormalities.
A liver biopsy is performed to diagnose liver disorders by examining liver tissue. The physician obtains a small specimen of tissue by inserting a needle directly into the liver, through the abdomen. The total procedure takes only fifteen minutes, but you will remain in the hospital for up to four to six hours.
Esophageal Manometry Testing (in office)
Esophageal testing or manometry measures the pressures and the pattern of muscle contractions in your esophagus. Abnormalities in the contractions and strength of the muscle or in the sphincter at the lower end of the esophagus can result in pain, heartburn, and/or difficulty swallowing.