Digestive Healthcare Center in New Jersey can diagnose and treat common gastrointestinal conditions for patients that are experiencing symptoms that may cause discomfort, bleeding, or concern. Many gastroenterological conditions can produce similar symptoms, which is why it is important to understand each condition. Many of these conditions can be prevented or properly maintained and minimized by living a healthy lifestyle and getting routine checks and screenings.At DHC, our specialists have years of experience to effectively diagnose and treat chronic and acute gastrointestinal conditions in NJ. Using the latest methodologies and technology, our practice provides superior quality of care for all illnesses of the digestive system. Request an Appointment
A condition where gas builds up in the abdomen, causing the patient’s stomach area to become bloated.
A wide range of gastrointestinal problems that involve the weakening of the pelvic floor.
Generally an indication that there is a bleed somewhere within the digestive tract, which can be attributed to several conditions.
A common autoimmune disease where the patient has an immune attack on gluten.
Two types of cancers (colon and rectal) that involve polyps in their respective organs.
A change in bowel habits that can result in bowel movements that are difficult to pass.
A type of inflammatory bowel disease that causes chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.
A condition in which loose and watery stools happen frequently, sometimes with abdominal cramps.
A condition where diverticula – small, swollen pockets – form in the large intestine lining.
Cancer that involves the abnormal growth of tissue in the esophagus.
A condition where the liver develops an abnormal amount of fatty cells.
A condition where the patient is unable to control their bowel movements.
Hardened pieces of bile in the gallbladder that can cause pain around the shoulder blades and abdomen.
A condition caused by frequent acid reflux that irritates the lining of the esophagus.
Swollen veins located in the lower rectum and anus, which can bleed and cause pain.
Refers to several conditions that create chronic inflammation in the digestive tract.
A disorder in which the bowels either contract too strongly or weakly, causing a variety of symptoms.
A condition where the small intestine is unable to process nutrients.
Abnormal tissue along the gastrointestinal tract, which are diagnosed through colonoscopies.
Blood coming out of the rectum, which can be caused by any gastrointestinal disorder.
A form of inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation and the development of ulcers in the digestive tract.
Open sores within the gastrointestinal tract, which are often treated with lifestyle and nutritional changes.
Our three office locations in NJ give those in the area convenient access to diagnosis and treatment of all manner of gastrointestinal conditions.
If you believe you are currently suffering from one of these conditions, turn to Digestive Healthcare Center located in Hillsborough, Somerville, and Warren, New Jersey. At DHC, our specialists are skilled in successfully diagnosing and treating all digestive disorders and diseases with state-of-the-art technology and methodologies. To learn more about gastrointestinal conditions, or if you are experiencing any abnormal symptoms, contact Digestive Healthcare Center as soon as possible by calling or requesting an appointment today.