Dr. Rajiv Sharma has just launched his new product line. Learn More >



It is also known as Dysphagia is a very common condition affecting millions of people across the world. It typically is experienced as food, liquid or pills hanging up in the throat or esophagus. It can affect any age group even though it is more common in the more...

read more


People of any age and sex can develop silent reflux. Some people, however, may be more likely to develop it. Risk factors for silent reflux include: lifestyle factors like diet, overeating, or tobacco or alcohol use OBESITY pregnancy Children and infants may...

read more


What is colon cancer? Also referred to as colorectal cancer It occurs in the colon (or large intestine) or in the rectum Often develops slowly Second-leading cause of cancer mortalities in men and women combined in the United States Before cancer develops, an abnormal...

read more

What is Barrett’s Esophagus?

Having Barrett’s esophagus means the cells lining the esophagus (the tube that links the mouth and the stomach) have changed into a type of intestinal cells that are not normal and increase the risk of long-term problems. Barrett’s esophagus does not cause symptoms...

read more

The Power Of Endoscopic Ultrasound

What is an Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)? For many patients who have, or who are suspected of having pancreatic OR biliary disease, their doctor may recommend that they undergo a type of procedure called an endoscopic ultrasound, or more often known as EUS. An EUS is a...

read more


What is the Low-FODMAP Diet? FODMAP refers to a group of five sugars found in certain foods. These sugars are lactose, fructose (in excess), fructans, galactans and polyols. Specifically, FODMAP stands for: Fermentable Oligosaccharides Disaccharides Monosaccharides...

read more

Call Today! (812) 814-3417