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Gastroenterologists treat a wide range of conditions that affect your digestive system, which is also called your gastrointestinal or GI tract. Your digestive system includes your esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, colon and rectum. Your primary care doctor may refer you to a gastroenterologist at PeaceHealth if you have:
To give you the comprehensive care you need, gastroenterologists at PeaceHealth work closely with other specialists like these:
You can get an advanced diagnosis and treatment at PeaceHealth, including minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgery for colon surgery, treatment of Barrett’s esophagus and diagnosis of pancreatic diseases.
Gastroenterologists work with a wide range of specialists to make sure you get the complete care you need. They work with imaging experts, oncologists, surgeons, weight loss experts, dietitians and other specialists to give you personal attention and quality care.
PeaceHealth offers a wide range of minimally invasive methods to diagnose and treat colorectal cancer. You’ll work with a team that will design a care plan to meet your needs — with personal attention and support throughout your healing journey.
We use advanced technology to find the cause of your symptoms. In some instances, your doctor can diagnose and treat your condition during a single procedure. Your care team focuses on giving you the power to help you heal better and faster.
Digestive health experts design treatments around your needs. Your care team treats you — not just your illness. You’ll get care from a team focused on your health and well-being.
These conditions affect your anus and rectum. They include hemorrhoids, anal warts and anal tears and abscesses.
These conditions affect the colon and rectum, which make up your bowel. Conditions include colon polyps, inflammatory bowel syndrome (includes ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and celiac disease.
Your esophagus and stomach make up your upper digestive tract. Common conditions include achalasia, Barrett's esophagus, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), gastritis and stomach ulcers.
Your gallbladder stores bile, which helps you digest fat. Disorders can include gallstones, cholecystitis and cholestasis.
Cancer can affect any of your digestive organs. Gastroenterologists work with oncologists (cancer specialists) to treat gastrointestinal cancers such as stomach, colorectal, esophageal, pancreatic and liver cancers.
Your liver, pancreas and gallbladder help you break down and digest food. Conditions can include pancreatitis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver failure and gallstones.