Anorectal manometry is an examination that evaluates the strength and function of the muscles that are used to produce a normal bowel movement.
Argon Laser Therapy
Argon laser therapy uses a device that delivers argon gas to treat GI symptoms, such as dysphagia, mucosal legions, hemorrhages, and strictures.
A capsule endoscopy involves swallowing a tiny camera that is placed inside of a pill, so pictures can be taken as it travels through the GI tract.
Chronic Care Management
Chronic care management (CCM) can help those with at least two chronic conditions get the care required for improved health and overall wellness.
A colonoscopy performed in San Antonio, TX uses a slender scope that is passed through the anus to examine the colon for abnormalities.
Colon Cancer Screening
A colon cancer screening can help prevent cancer from going undetected inside the colon or rectum by checking for polyps and cancerous tumors.
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) is an exam where a slim scope with a camera is used to examine the small intestine, stomach, and esophagus.
Esophageal dilation is a treatment that expands a constricted esophagus and addresses symptoms that appear from the narrowing of the esophagus.
An esophageal manometry test uses a slim, flexible tube to evaluate the contractions in the esophagus if you are having pain or trouble swallowing.
Feeding Tube Insertion (PEG)
Feeding tube insertion (PEG) is a treatment where a tube is inserted into the stomach to provide nutrition, fluids, and medication.
FibroScan is ultrasound technology that examines the condition and function of the liver by measuring the scarring and fatty changes within it.
A flexible sigmoidoscopy is performed endoscopically and used to closely examine and identify any issues in the lower portion of the large intestines.
Hemorrhoid banding is a procedure offered in San Antonio, TX that places a rubber band at the base of a hemorrhoid to shrink and remove it.
Infusion Therapy (IV Infusion)
IV infusion therapy allows medications for certain GI conditions to be administered into the bloodstream if oral/pill medications aren't an option.
When less invasive treatments are unsuccessful, a sphincterotomy is a procedure often used to treat anal fissures (a tear in the lining of the anus).