Gastroenterology Blog | Denver, CO
Navigating Crohn's Disease
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that affects your wellness. Learn more about Crohn's disease and how to take control of your health.Read
When Should You See a GI Specialist for Hemorrhoids?
Navigating hemorrhoids can be easier with the right knowledge and medical intervention. Stay informed and know when to reach out to a GI specialist.Read
What Are Some of the Common Signs of Fatty Liver Disease?
Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of fatty liver disease. Timely care of the condition can enhance your life and liver health.Read
Ulcerative Colitis: Know the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
Ulcerative colitis is a condition affecting the colon and rectum. Find out more about this chronic GI issue and how it could affect your health.Read
What's the Difference Between GERD and Acid Reflux?
Acid reflux and GERD may appear to be the same, but they're not. Read on to discover more about their differences and treatment options.Read
What Is the FibroScan® Test and What Does It Do?
FibroScan is a cutting-edge ultrasound exam that used to uncover liver scarring and stiffness to track nd manage certain liver issues.Read
What Are the Causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Am I at Risk?
Irritable bowel syndrome, or more commonly known as IBS, could lead to gas, diarrhea, stomach pain, and other gastro issues. Read more about it here.Read
Raising Awareness: What You Should Know About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease can impact your GI tract in many aspects. Learn more about celiac disease and how to guard your digestive health.Read
Understand the Signs and Symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
An inflammatory bowel disease diagnosis can mean symptoms like upset stomach, abdominal pain, and more. Will this mean living uncomfortably forever?Read
Why 45 Is the New 50: Learn About Changes in Colonoscopy Guidelines
You may have heard 50 was the magic age for scheduling a colonoscopy. However, GI physicians and the CDC now advise colon cancer testing at age 45.Read
Why You Should Be Screened for Colorectal Cancer
Having a colon cancer screening can help protect your colon health and fight colorectal cancer before it starts or progresses to the advanced stages.Read
Kick Off the New Year Right: Schedule Your Colonoscopy Now
Schedule a colonoscopy to begin the year off right and take control of your colon health. These exams offer a way to help preserve your wellness.Read
Better Health for the Upcoming Year
Kick off the new year with better gut health. Discover how to help digestion and how having good gastrointestinal health can enhance your wellness.Read
What You Should Know About Gastrointestinal Health
You've probably heard that "you are what you eat," but did you know that GI health also plays a crucial role in your general and mental wellness?Read
Here's Why It Is Essential to Get a Colonoscopy Exam
Medical experts have long heralded the significance of the colonoscopy as a diagnostic screening, especially in the case of colorectal cancer.Read
What are the Main Differences Between a Colonoscopy and an Endoscopy Procedure?
A colonoscopy and an endoscopy are different forms of endoscopic procedures. A GI doctor uses them to address concerns in the GI system.Read
Learn More About Stomach Cancer Awareness This November
Learn about the symptoms, risks, and causes of stomach cancer, and find out how a GI doctor can help you get care.Read
Schedule Your Colonoscopy By Year's End (and Maximize Your Deductible)
Scheduling your colonoscopy before your insurance deductibles reset can help you preserve your digestive health and save money as an added benefit.Read
Learn All About FibroScan® and How It Evaluates Liver Health
FibroScan is a cutting-edge method that allows our GI specialists to assess the wellness and condition of the liver using ultrasound techniques.Read
Honoring Liver Disease Awareness Month This October
Discover the warning signs and symptoms of liver disease so you can help protect this crucial organ and reduce your chance of potential liver failure.Read