Anorectal manometry a type of exam that analyzes the muscles required for a normal bowel movement to ensure that they are working properly.
Capsule endoscopy is a procedure where a pill with a tiny wireless camera is ingested so photos can be taken of the small intestine and bowel.
Colon Cancer Screening
Colon cancer screening is a screening that is done to search for colon cancer. It involves looking for polyps that can turn into cancer.
A colonoscopy is an endoscopic exam used to diagnose gastrointestinal symptoms, such as loose stool, bloody stool, gut pain, or unusual x-ray results.
An upper endoscopy is a procedure where a scope with a light and camera on the end allows GI providers to review the lining of the esophagus.
An enteroscopy is a procedure that helps a gastroenterologist examine the entirety of the small intestine so they can diagnose relevant GI conditions.
Esophageal dilation is a procedure where your esophagus is enlarged to help with a narrow or obstructed area present in your esophagus.
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is an endoscopic test used to identify pancreatitis, abdominal pain, and any abnormal test results.
Feeding Tube Insertion (PEG)
Feeding tube insertion (aka percutaneous endoscopic gastronomy) allows for nutrition to be delivered to the stomach when swallowing is a problem.
Flexible sigmoidoscopy is an endoscopic procedure where a scope is placed into the rectum to address symptoms like watery stool, bleeding, or pain.
FibroScan (transient elastography) is ultrasound technology that noninvasively examines the liver to measure the state of fibrosis and/or steatosis.
Hemorrhoid banding is a minimally invasive treatment that eliminates hemorrhoids. Blood flow is stopped by utilizing a rubber band ligation technique.
Hemorrhoid Energy Therapy
Hemorrhoid energy therapy (HET) is a nonsurgical treatment utilizing low-temperature heat energy to remove grade I and II hemorrhoids.