Endoscopy Center

Our Endoscopy Center is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery.

We have a state-of-the-art, fully equipped endoscopy center, which allows us to perform colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures in the comfort and convenience of our own office.

Your anesthesia is administered by a board certified anesthesiologist.

If we recommend a sigmoidoscopy, an upper endoscopy, and/or a colonoscopy, you will be fully briefed as to how to prepare and what to expect before, during and after the procedure.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Center

A hemorrhoid is an enlarged blood vessel within the anal canal or near the anal canal opening, which has become swollen or inflamed. Hemorrhoids can be internal or external. External hemorrhoids can cause itching, burning, and irritation. You might notice streaks of bright red blood on toilet paper after straining to have a bowel movement, and it may be difficult to clean the anal area. The most common symptom of internal hemorrhoids is rectal bleeding. You may notice bright red streaks of blood on toilet paper or bright red blood in the toilet bowl after having a normal bowel movement. You may see blood on the surface of the stool. Internal hemorrhoids can range from small, swollen veins in the wall of the anal canal to large, sagging veins and tissue that bulge out of the anus all the time. There are several treatment options available for hemorrhoids depending upon your particular situation including Infrared Coagulation (IRC), a minimally invasive, non-surgical hemorrhoid treatment that is fast, effective and well tolerated by patients.

Women’s Digestive Disorders

The gastrointestinal tract in women functions differently than in men. We understand those differences and we treat women’s digestive problems with care and compassion. If you are a woman suffering from digestive discomfort such as nausea, a feeling of fullness or bloating, pain in the belly, feeling full soon after eating, belching or burping, call us and schedule an appointment. If these symptoms persist, they can have a negative effect on your quality of life and may signal a serious underlying problem. You don’t have to suffer from these or other digestive discomforts any longer.


Colonoscopy is also performed in our offices. It is a procedure in which your large bowel (colon and rectum) is examined. Colonoscopy is performed to diagnose and treat many digestive problems. This test can detect polyps, tumors and other changes in the colon and rectum. It is also used to screen for colon cancer. We perform colonoscopy procedures in our office or in the hospital.

Upper Endoscopy

Upper Endoscopy also called esophagogastroduodenoscopy, or EGD, uses a thin scope with a light and camera at its tip to look inside of the upper digestive tract — the esophagus, stomach and first part of the small intestine. The endoscope allows the doctor to look for ulcers, inflammation, tumors, infection or bleeding. Tissue samples can be obtained, and bleeding can be treated through the endoscope. We perform Endoscopy procedures in our office or in the hospital.


Sigmoidoscopy is a procedure used to examine the very last part of the colon (sigmoid colon and rectum). This test can detect polyps, tumors and other changes in the sigmoid colon and rectum. During this exam, a biopsy (tissue sample) can also be taken for testing.
This test can detect polyps, tumors and other changes in the colon and rectum.

Capsule Endoscopy

Capsule Endoscopy is a wireless capsule, about the size of a grape, which is swallowed by the patient. As the capsule travels through the digestive tract, it transmits high-quality images to a video monitor, allowing doctors to see and diagnose obscure digestive tract disorders.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, we urge you to call us and schedule an appointment. Our offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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