Know the Facts About Crohn's Disease
Crohn's disease can affect your overall health and wellness. Learn about this form of inflammatory bowel disease and how to manage the condition.Read
When Should You See a Doctor for Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids can interfere with your quality of life. Learn about the different types of hemorrhoids and when to seek help for this common GI concern.Read
What Are Well-known Signs and Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease?
Understand the signs, diagnosis, and treatment of fatty liver disease. Prompt care of the condition can increase life expectancy and liver health.Read
Ulcerative Colitis: Explore Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
Ulcerative colitis is a disease affecting the rectum and colon. Learn more about this long-term GI condition and how it can affect your health.Read
What's the Difference Between GERD and Acid Reflux?
GERD and acid reflux might seem very similar, but there is a clear difference between these digestive issues. Read on to discover how they differ.Read
What Are the Causes of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)? Am I at Risk?
IBS can cause gas, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and more distressing symptoms. Understand the risk factors, symptoms, and care for this GI condition.Read
Schedule A Colonoscopy Today
Learn the benefits and a step-by-step guide of a Colonoscopy.Read
Raising Awareness: What You Should Know About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease can impact your gastrointestinal tract in several ways. Learn more about this common condition and how you can guard your gut health.Read
Understand the Signs of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
IBD can involve lasting symptoms, such as upset stomach, abdominal pain, and more. You don't have to live uncomfortably forever. Let our team help.Read
Why 45 Is the New 50: Explore Updates to Colonoscopy Recommendations
In past years, 50 was the magic number; however, the CDC and GI physicians now suggest having colon cancer screenings upon turning 45.Read
Kick Off This New Year Right: Schedule Your Colonoscopy Screening
Start the New Year right with a colonoscopy to take control of your gut health. This life-saving exam offers a way to preserve your overall health.Read
Why Colonoscopy Exams Are Essential
Regular colonoscopies are advised for individuals who are at least 45 years of age or older.Read
What are the Differences Between Endoscopy and Colonoscopy Exams?
An endoscopy and a colonoscopy are different types of endoscopic processes. A GI specialist uses them to identify issues within the digestive tract.Read
What Is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month?
Understand the causes, risks, and symptoms of stomach cancer, and learn how a GI specialist can help you obtain care.Read
Dr. Stephen R. Ramos Retires, Leaves SAGA March 1, 2022
I am writing to notify you that I will be retiring from medicine and SAGA/TDDC effective March 1, 2022.Read
SAGA Closes Boerne Office
San Antonio Gastroenterology Associates has closed its Boerne Office.Read
SAGA Closes Southeast Office
We have closed our Southeast office located at 3327 Research Plaza, Suite 414.Read
Dr. Michael S. Lindner Retires, Leaves SAGA in 2021
Effective December 31, 2021, Dr. Lindner will be retiring and leaving San Antonio Gastroenterology Associates.Read
Dr. Shailesh Kadakia Retires After 46 Years of Service
Dr. Shailesh Kadakia will be retiring from the practice of medicine effective Dec. 31, 2021.Read
How Does a Screening Colonoscopy Differ From a Diagnostic Colonoscopy?
Colonoscopies help find and ward off colorectal cancer. Learn when a screening vs. a diagnostic colonoscopy might be recommended by a GI specialist.Read