Gastroenterologist in Downers Grove, IL
Welcome to Digestive Health Services
At Digestive Health Services, we are a team of four highly qualified gastroenterologists in Downers Grove who are specialized in providing top-notch digestive health care. Our gastroenterology clinic in Downers Grove boasts of board certification and extensive training in Gastroenterology. Our clinic is conveniently located in Downers Grove and is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat common and rare GI conditions. With our advanced facility and expertise, we ensure that patients receive the best possible care in the area. We provide the best GI care, including treatment for heartburn, hernias, difficulty swallowing, Crohn’s disease, and many other GI conditions.
It is suggested that all people undergo a routine colonoscopy around age 50 and every ten years thereafter to catch polyps before they turn cancerous.
Some reflux is normal, but if you suffer symptoms of reflux more than twice a week, you may have GERD.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Studies show that one out of every five Americans has IBS. 75 percent of them are women. Do you have IBS?
What’s New at Digestive Health Services
Anyone can develop colon polyps, and in fact 30% of those over the age of 50 have them regardless of ethnicity or gender. Some percentage of these polyps can become cancerous. We get screened for colon cancer to catch them early and have them removed before they can turn into cancerous tumors. What are the…
If you have heard people complaining about colonoscopies and dreading another, it’s not about the procedure itself. Most likely they are complaining about the preparation on the day before the colonoscopy. You must clean out your colon prior to the test, and that can be uncomfortable. Pick up a package of medicated wipes to get…
Most physicians believe you have a greater chance of getting a hernia as you get older. This is true for both men and women. Hernias are weak places in muscle walls that allow internal organs to protrude. They don’t heal on their own and must be surgically repaired. However, becoming aware you have one can…