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IBS awareness month

At Digestive Healthcare Center, we want to keep our patients informed about a wide variety of gastrointestinal health conditions that can impact their daily comfort. One such condition is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), with April designated as Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. IBS is a very common condition in the United States, and with over […]

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colon cancer awareness month

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and at Digestive Healthcare Center, we want our patients to be informed about this disease, screening techniques, and how you can get involved to spread awareness and help keep yourself and those around you healthy. Every March (and all year long!), patients, survivors, and caregivers are encouraged to […]

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Stomach Cancer Awareness Month ribbon - November

November is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month – Learn More Our gastroenterologists at Digestive Healthcare Center are dedicated to keeping our patients informed about all facets of digestive health, including certain conditions that can cause gastrointestinal symptoms. Stomach cancer, also known as gastric cancer, affects both men and women in the United States. According to the […]

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Learn More About Liver Cancer During Liver Cancer Awareness Month At Digestive Healthcare Center, we strive to keep our patients aware of all manner of conditions so they can recognize the symptoms early on and receive a diagnosis and subsequent treatment as quickly as possible. One such condition is liver cancer, also known as hepatic […]

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What is Colorectal Cancer? At Digestive Healthcare Center, our team of expert gastroenterologists strives to ensure that patients have all the information they need to promote long term digestive health. In the case of certain gastroenterological conditions such as colorectal cancer, screening is incredibly important. Colorectal cancer starts in the colon (large intestine) or rectum. […]

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What is Gastroparesis? At Digestive Healthcare Center, we want to ensure that patients have information about an array of digestive health conditions, to promote positive gastrointestinal health year-round. One such condition is gastroparesis, which is a digestive condition that affects the motility of the muscles in your stomach. Normally, after you swallow, the muscles within […]

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Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancers are what colon cancer and rectal cancer are typically referred to when discussed together. Cancer of the colon is located specifically in the large intestine, and cancer of the rectum occurs in the last several inches of the colon. Generally, colon cancer is the result of benign polyps that become cancerous over time. Regular […]

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What is Telehealth?  Telehealth is a method for delivering healthcare advice and consultations without requiring a patient to come into a doctor’s office. Telehealth has been growing in popularity as it has slowly become available within select healthcare practices in the United States. Telehealth allows patients to communicate with their doctor via text, phone, or […]

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patient video chatting with doctor

On how many occasions have you taken time out of your day to drive to the doctor’s office and wait in the waiting room, just to see your doctor for only a few minutes? At Digestive Healthcare Center, we recognize how valuable your time is. We are proud to offer telehealth electronic doctor’s visits to […]

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Take Care of Your Digestive Health with Advice from Dr. Gingold How much do you know about taking care of your digestive health? Dr. Gingold was recently featured in a webinar from Friends’ Health Connection, where he spoke extensively about everything having to do with colon health. You can view the full webinar above, but […]

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