Gastroenterology Blog | Indianapolis

Begin The New Year Right: Get a Colonoscopy Screening

01/20/2023

Schedule a colonoscopy to start the year off right and take control of your gut health. Screenings are preventive steps to preserve your wellness.

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How to Help Your Kids Adopt Healthy Nutritional Habits

09/10/2021

Our GI doctors in Indianapolis, IN offer guidance to parents on how to help kids adopt healthy eating habits that benefit them as they grow.

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Spreading Awareness of Primary Biliary Cholangitis in the Month of September

09/03/2021

Primary biliary cholangitis is a condition that affects the bile ducts in the liver and can lead to liver damage and liver failure without early care.

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What to Know About Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC)

08/28/2021

With September being Primary Biliary Cholangitis Awareness month, now is the ideal time to learn how this autoimmune disease impacts liver health.

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Getting Kids with GI Issues and Their Teachers Ready for the New School Year

08/21/2021

School can be challenging for kids with GI issues. Discover how a Section 504 plan can help teachers enhance your child's comfort and safety.

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How Effective Are Colorectal Cancer Home Screenings?

Our Team08/14/2021

Home colon cancer screenings seem like an effective way to detect the disease. Learn why a colonoscopy is considered to be a more effective option.

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What Is Gastroparesis?

08/07/2021

Gastroparesis is a GI disease that prevents the stomach muscles from contracting properly, resulting in delayed gastric digestion.

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Should I Take Part in a GERD Clinical Study?

Our Team07/19/2021

Taking part in a GERD research trial might offer an innovative and effective way to address acid reflux disease and alleviate its symptoms.

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How Do GI Doctors Diagnose and Treat GERD?

07/16/2021

GERD, or acid reflux disease, causes heartburn and other symptoms. Learn how a GI doctor might diagnose and treat this common digestive condition.

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How GERD Symptoms Vary Between Adults and Kids

Our Team07/09/2021

GERD is known as a condition in which a patient notices symptoms, like chronic acid reflux. This might cause health complications without treatment.

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Is GERD Common Among Kids and Adults?

07/02/2021

A common digestive problem, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) affects children and adults. Learn more about the dangers of this health concern.

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When Is FibroScan® Testing Recommended?

06/25/2021

FibroScan is a noninvasive exam that enables GI doctors to screen for excess fat in the liver and the presence of liver fibrosis (scarring).

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Should I Be Concerned About NASH?

06/18/2021

NASH (nonalcoholic steatohepatitis) occurs when too much fat develops in the liver. It can lead to cirrhosis and serious organ damage without care.

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Knowing the Differences Between FLD and Liver Cirrhosis

06/11/2021

Without proper care, a fatty liver can result in cirrhosis, a damaging illness that can lead to concerns like skin yellowing and fatigue.

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What Are the Causes of Fatty Liver?

06/04/2021

Though it may initially carry few symptoms, fatty liver disease can lead to cirrhosis and liver failure. Learn about its causes and when to seek care.

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What Are the Risks of Colorectal Cancer?

05/28/2021

Colorectal cancer is a serious disease that can affect your health in many ways. Learn why it's essential to undergo routine colon cancer screenings.

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How Do I Know Who the Right GI Physician Is for Me?

05/21/2021

If you're searching for a gastroenterologist to address a digestive problem, we've compiled some advice to help you find a doctor in your area.

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Things to Know About Celiac Disease and How the Illness Is Detected

05/13/2021

An incredibly skilled GI specialist can identify celiac disease when you experience any obvious signs of the disease. Call our office to learn more.

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What GI Conditions Can Cause Bloody Stools?

05/07/2021

Red blood in the stool can be a result of several health conditions. Learn what this symptom might mean and when to visit a GI physician for help.

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