Living With Ulcerative Colitis: Know Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
Ulcerative colitis is a condition affecting the colon and rectum. Discover more about this chronic GI issue and how it could impact your health.Read
Is There a Difference Between Acid Reflux and GERD?
Acid reflux and GERD can seem to be the same, but there is a clear difference between these two conditions. Read on to find out more.Read
How Is the FibroScan® Test Used and How Is It Performed?
The FibroScan test is an innovative ultrasound exam that is performed to detect liver scarring and stiffness in order to track certain liver issues.Read
What Are the Causes of IBS? Who Is at Risk?
Irritable bowel syndrome causes a variety of GI issues, such as gas, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and GI issues. Read on for more information about IBS.Read
The Facts About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease can impact your gastrointestinal tract in several ways. Learn more about the condition and how you can guard your gut health.Read
Know the Signs of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Inflammatory bowel disease can result in ongoing symptoms, including diarrhea, stomach pain, and more. Will an IBD diagnosis mean lifelong discomfort?Read
Why 45 Is the New 50: Review Changes in Colonoscopy Recommendations
In the past, 50 was the magic number for colonoscopies. However, the CDC and GI doctors now advise getting colon cancer screenings when you turn 45.Read
When Should I Be Screened for Colorectal Cancer?
Scheduling a colon cancer screening can help preserve your colon and rectal health and combat this disease before it begins or progresses.Read
Quality of Care at Gastro Clinic Draws Interest of National Organization
GastroArkansas has been selected to join GI Alliance, the nation’s largest independent gastroenterology services organization.Read
How to Have Better Gut Health in the New Year
Start off the new year with renewed digestive health. Find out ways to help digestion and how good GI health can elevate your general wellness.Read
What You Need to Know About Gut Health
Most of us have heard that "we are what we eat," but are you aware that gut health plays a crucial role in your mental and physical wellness?Read
Why Is it Important to Get Routine Colonoscopies?
Medical experts have long stressed the importance of the colonoscopy as a diagnostic procedure, especially in the case of colorectal cancer.Read
Know the Difference Between a Colonoscopy and an Endoscopy
Colonoscopies and endoscopies are different types of endoscopic processes. A digestive specialist uses them to diagnose conditions in the GI tract.Read
November is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
Explore the risks, causes, and symptoms of stomach cancer, and find out how a GI doctor can help you receive care.Read
Get a Colonoscopy Before Year's End (and Maximize Your Deductible)
Scheduling your colonoscopy before your insurance deductibles reset can help you preserve your digestive health and save money while you're at it.Read
Here's How FibroScan® Can Check the Health of the Liver
FibroScan is a cutting-edge tool that allows our GI doctors to assess the wellness and function of the liver using ultrasound techniques.Read
October is Dedicated to Liver Disease Awareness
Learn the signs and symptoms of liver disease so you may help protect this vital organ and lessen your risk of possible liver failure.Read
When Is the Right Time to Contact a Pediatric GI Professional?
Gastro issues in kids are typical, which is why it's essential to visit with a pediatric GI provider to help your child thrive.Read
Here's How to Teach Your Children Proper Digestive Habits
GI wellness is important for general health. When healthy eating habits are learned at a young age, it can promote a future of good health.Read
What Are GI Concerns Among Children (0 –18)?
A rumbling tummy or an occasional stomach ache can be a result of pediatric GI concerns like GERD, lactose intolerance, celiac disease, and more.Read