At Gastrocure in West Orange, NJ, our practice is designed to provide specialized care for patients using both sophisticated equipment and advanced medical procedures to diagnose and treat more complicated digestive disorders.
Our New Jersey gastroenterology practice is committed to providing comprehensive care to meet all of your digestive health needs. We have provided a library of term and conditions for your knowledge.
Below are the procedures we perform and for more information and references regarding your upcoming procedure, please click on the title heading.
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It has been suggested that a high-quality examination that ensures the detection and removal of all neoplastic lesions is key for screening efficacy. Adenoma detection and cecal intubation are the most commonly used.
Water immersion is an alternative colonoscopy technique that may reduce discomfort and facilitate insertion of the instrument.
Hydrogen breath test to diagnose several conditions that cause gastrointestinal symptoms.
Ligation of internal hemorrhoids with rubber band
Evaluation of motility of gastrointestinal tract, for evaluation of unexplained nausea, vomiting, gastroparesis and add in evaluation of patients with chronic constipation
A second-generation, PillCam ESO is a high performance capsule with advanced optics and Automatic Light Control for optimal image quality and illumination
Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) therapy has been shown to be safe and effective for treating Barrett’s esophagus.
Blood tests alone are not diagnostic for food allergy.
Upper endoscopy lets your doctor examine the lining of the upper part of your gastrointestinal tract, which includes the esophagus, stomach and duodenum.
Advanced Diagnostic Technology for Maximum Diagnostic Accuracy and completed in less than 10 minutes of recording time.
Rectal manometry helps to determine the causes of fecal incontinence and constipation.
Early detection is key to fighting colon and rectal cancers. Screening should begin at age 50. However, African-Americans should be screened for colorectal cancer beginning at age 45.
Removal of one or more polyps from the inside lining of the colon. A polyp is a mass of tissue that has the potential to develop into cancer. Most polyps can be removed during a colonoscopy.
Patient-friendly tool for visualization of the entire small bowel and is the standard of care for detecting small bowel abnormalities.
Bravo pH Monitoring collects 48 hours of pH data, twice the data of conventional catheter-based test.
Biofeedback is a behavioral approach that may help some people with severe chronic intractable constipation and fecal incontinence.
DOCTOR IS AVAILABLE 24 HOURS ON CALL IN CASE OF EMERGENCY.
Regular hours: Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm
Insurances: All major Insurance plans are accepted
Note: Some Patients need to obtain referral letters prior to the office visit.
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