Dr. Fishbein uses the most current and innovative medical approaches to the management of IBD. He uses so called “Treat To Target” approach with individually tailored therapy.
At Gastrocure, our mission is to provide expert, personalized integrative gastroenterology care in a comfortable and compassionate environment.
Refractory Constipation Chronic constipation is a frequently encountered disorder in clinical practice. Most constipated patients benefit from standard medical approaches. However, current therapies may fail in a proportion of patients.
Bowel or fecal incontinence is the loss of voluntary control of bowel movements or fecal material. This condition can range from being minor, in which a person loses control of gas or only a small amount of stool, to major, where complete control of bowel movements is lost.
Despite treatment with proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), some patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) continue to have reflux symptoms
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You Catch Every Bug That’s Going Around A whopping 70 percent of your immune system resides in your gut. The thin, sticky mucus that lines your GI tract is made up of immune cells, immunoglobulins (antibodies that attack bugs), and intestinal bacteria, explains Alpert. If you’re constantly getting sick, there’s a good chance that this...
Alzheimer’s disease researcher Myles Minter, PhD, still sounds a little surprised while describing the improbable group of researchers he is collaborating with these days — not just neuroscientists but also colleagues from fields as disparate as gastroenterology and marine biology. Minter and his advisor, Sangram Sisodia, PhD, the Thomas Reynolds Sr. Family Professor of Neurosciences,...
6 Signs That SIBO Might be the Root Cause of Your IBS. Studies show that over 50% of patients diagnosed with IBS actually have an underlying imbalance called SIBO, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. The majority of our gut bacteria should be in the colon. When the bacteria migrate backwards into the small bowel or...
Kristina Campbell – IBD, Research & Practice Bowel preparation is a necessary, but sometimes ‘invisible’, part of a successful colonoscopy. The question of how bowel preparation procedures affect the normal gut microbiota is so far unanswered, since existing data are conflicting. Two recent studies supported the idea that bowel preparation significantly affects the gut microbiota....
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