Nearby Cities

Watkinsville (7 mi)
Winder (19.73 mi)
Hoschton (23.87 mi)

Nearby Zip Codes

30601 (12) (1.23 mi)
30606 (6) (2.72 mi)
30677 (8) (8.02 mi)
30680 (1) (19.83 mi)
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Find a gastroenterologist in Athens, GA to treat the digestive tract and related diseases.

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  • Ranjit Mathew, MD 150 Points

    Ranjit Mathew, MD

    Digestive Diseases Clinic
    170 Hawthorne Park
    Athens, GA 30606
  • John West, MD 100 Points

    John West, MD

    Athens General & Colorectal
    740 Prince Ave Bldg I-B
    Athens, GA 30606
  • Claudia Kretzschmar 20 Points

    Claudia Kretzschmar

    700 Oglethorpe Ave
    Athens, GA 30606
  • John West

    John West

    740 Prince Ave Bldg I-B
    Athens, GA 30606
  • Stephen Wilde

    Stephen Wilde

    975 Hawthorne Ave
    Athens, GA 30606
  • 100 Points

    Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates

    Distance: 19.73 mi
    299 North Broad Street
    Winder, GA 30680
  • Michael Windham 150 Points

    Michael Windham

    Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates
    Distance: 23.87 mi
    1980 Friendship Road
    Suite 104
    Hoschton, GA 30548

Nearby Cities

Winder (19.73 mi)
Hoschton (23.87 mi)

Gastroenterologist Info

Gastroenterologist Summary:
A Gastroenterologist is a physician of internal medicine who specializes in diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases of the digestive system. A gastroenterologist is concerned with the normal function of the digestive system; making sure that it is working properly to dispose of bodily waste. Gastroenterologists are trained in performing tests (biopsies, x-rays) and interpreting the results.

Gastroenterologist FAQs:
What is a

Gastroenterologist

?
A Gastroenterologist is a doctor that specializes in diseases of the digestive tract.

What does a Gastroenterologist treat?
A Gastroenterologist treats conditions of the digestive tract, including cancer, hemorrhoids, hepatitis, polyps and ulcers.

When should I seek help from a Gastroenterologist?
If you have any of these symptoms you should see a Gastroenterologist: Abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, nausea or vomiting.

What procedures does a Gastroenterologist perform?
A Gastroenterologist can perform colon screenings, intestinal dilation and polypectomies.

Where does a Gastroenterologist work?
A Gastroenterologist can work in a clinic, hospital or private practice.

What are an endoscopy and a colonoscopy?
Both of these procedures involve inserting a flexible tube with a light and camera on the end into the body. It is used to see if there is any evidence of disease or damage in the digestive tract. Endoscopy involves inserting the tube into the mouth and down the esophagus. A colonoscopy involves inserting the tube into the anus to examine the intestines. In many cased, a biopsy is taken and tests are performed on the removed tissue.

What are common ailments of the digestive system?
Some of the most common ailments include Crohn's disease, gastric ulcer, hemorrhoids, polyps, cancer, colitis, gallstones, heartburn and intestinal obstructions.

What are some symptoms of colon and rectal cancer?
Some of the most alarming symptoms are blood in the stools, unexplained abdominal pain, anemia and unexplained weight loss.

How do I find a Gastroenterologist in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate a Gastroenterologist in your state. Select Gastroenterologist from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Gastroenterologist in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Gastroenterologist in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Gastroenterologists in your city and state.


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