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This non-surgical treatment is fast, well tolerated, and remarkably complication-free. A small probe is placed above the hemorrhoid and a few short bursts of infrared light are applied. The infrared light quickly coagulates the vessels that provide the hemorrhoid with blood, causing the hemorrhoid to shrink and recede. Shrinkage of the hemorrhoidal tissue may take a few weeks. The procedure is performed by Board certified Gastroenterologists.

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Infrared Coagulation was initially developed for the treatment of external anal warts, hemorrhoids, and tattoo removal. Treatment involves applying a probe that transmits heat (infrared) energy directly to the lesions. The heat does not burn but rather destroys the tissue. It is performed in our fully accredited office with minimal discomfort both during and after the procedure.

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Capsule endoscopy is a medical procedure which allows your physician to visualize parts of your gastrointestinal tract. The GI tract is a part of the digestive system and extends from the mouth to the anus.

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Upper endoscopy is performed for reflux, trouble swallowing, “food sticking”, anemia, gastrointestinal bleeding, “acid”, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, assess or diagnose Barrett’s esophagus, and diarrhea. The procedure is performed by Board certified Gastroenterologists.

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Colonoscopy is performed for bleeding, blood seen on fecal occult stool test, anemia, colon cancer screening/polyp removal, diarrhea, change in bowel habits, family history of polyps or colon cancer, to diagnose or assess Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s and Ulcerative colitis). The procedure is performed by Board certified Gastroenterologists..

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Sigmoidoscopy is a procedure used to see inside the sigmoid colon and rectum. The sigmoid colon is the area of the large intestine nearest the rectum.

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