Symptoms, Conditions & Procedures

GI Procedures

Anorectal Manometry

Anorectal manometry is a test usually performed on those with bowel issues to assess the strength and the reflexes of the muscles used to pass stool.

Bravo™ pH Monitoring

Bravo® pH Monitor is an exam used to determine the presence of heartburn or GERD by measuring the pH levels of the esophagus using a small pH capsule.

Capsule Endoscopy

A capsule endoscopy can determine the cause of GI symptoms by swallowing a pill containing a camera to produce varied imaging of the small intestine.

Chronic Care Management

Chronic care management provides coordinated care between providers and helps manage the conditions for patients with two or more chronic diseases.

Colon Cancer Screening

Colon cancer screenings can detect and prevent colon cancer and should be done regularly starting at the age of 45 or for those at a heightened risk.


Colonoscopy is an exam used to investigate the lining of the colon to diagnose various symptoms and ailments as well as screen for cancer and growths.


Upper endoscopy (EGD) is a diagnostic exam performed to determine the source of GI symptoms or to monitor changes associated with esophageal cancer.

Endoscopic Mucosal Resection

Endoscopic mucosal resection is a minimally invasive approach to removing growths or tumors located below the GI lining without the need for surgery.

Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)

An endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) uses a scope to examine the lining of the GI tract, identify possible abnormalities, and is often used to stage cancer.


In an enteroscopy, a scope will enter the mouth and be advanced to the jejunum to identify the source of symptoms such as bleeding and abdominal pain.


A ERCP is used to view the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, bile ducts, and pancreatic ducts by advancing a scope from the mouth to the duodenum.

Esophageal Dilation

Esophageal Dilation is a treatment to stretch a part of the esophagus that has become constricted to relieve GI concerns that accompany the stricture.

Esophageal Manometry

Esophageal manometry (motility study) is a test to measure the contractile abilities of the muscles in the esophagus to diagnose swallowing issues.

Feeding Tube Insertion (PEG)

Feeding tube insertion (PEG) is a treatment used to supply nutrients, liquids, and medications directly into the stomach for those unable to swallow.


FibroScan is an advanced ultrasound technology that is able to noninvasively inspect the liver and assess the fibrosis and steatosis found within it.

Flexible Sigmoidoscopy

A flexible sigmoidoscopy uses a scope that is advanced from the rectum to the lower third of the large intestine to closely assess the colon's lining.

HALO® Ablation

HALO Ablation is a minimally invasive endoscopic procedure performed to treat Barrett’s esophagus by using heat to target damaged esophageal tissue.

Hemorrhoid Banding

Hemorrhoid banding is a procedure to shrink and ultimately remove hemorrhoids by placing a rubber band at the base to stop the blood flow to the area.

Infusion Therapy (IV Infusion)

Infusion therapy (IV therapy) refers to the method of administering medication or fluids directly into the veins of an individual instead of orally.

Percutaneous Liver Biopsy

A percutaneous liver biopsy is used to collect a tissue sample from the liver to diagnose, stage, or determine treatment needs for liver conditions.

Restech Dx-pH Test

The Restech Dx-pH Test is used to measure the amount of acid reflux reaching a patient’s airway and can assist in diagnosing atypical reflux symptoms.


A sphincterotomy is a surgical procedure used to treat anal fissures by making a minor incision to reduce the pressure in the internal anal sphincter.