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Dr. Meziere has been my gastrointestinal doctor for 14 years. He treats me for Crohn's disease. I have always found him to be very knowledgeable about this disorder, and he will do everything possible to resolve my symptoms. Most important to me...he listens!
Nice, clean facility. Dr kataki was very professional and thorough about procedure information
Dr D Stokes has provided years of care to me and I have found him to be professional, courteous and caring. He listens attentively and provides knowledge and thoughtful options. I appreciate Dr Stokes.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. The doctors listen to your concerns. The doctors explain everything to you and ask if you have questions.
I had an appointment with the doctor he was through nice and made me feel very comfortable.
Here at GastroArkansas, we strive to be your primary source for digestive care. As a physician-led network of GI specialists, we treat, manage, and diagnose a variety of GI issues like bloating, Crohn’s disease, colon cancer, and much more. We always place our central Arkansas patients’ needs first, and do all that we can to ensure you are comfortable and at ease.
If you are at risk for colon cancer, have a family history, or are 45 years and older, a colonoscopy is a great way to safeguard against and detect, colon cancer. A colonoscopy can also help find the cure for symptoms like bloody stool, stomach pain, diarrhea, and more. This quick and simple 15-30 minute procedure is just one tool that can provide crucial information about your GI issues.
The most common forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) are Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis. These diseases affect around 1.6 million Americans, with many getting diagnosed with IBD before 35 years of age. Every year there are around 70,000 new cases diagnosed in both children and adults. IBD is a chronic disease that can’t be cured, however, it can be successfully managed.