About the General Diagnostic Gastroenterology (GI) Program
The General Diagnostic Gastroenterology (GI) Program cares for children experiencing common GI-related problems of childhood: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, reflux, colic, milk protein allergy, poor growth and feeding difficulties. We see patients from infancy to 18 years old.
Our team of experienced experts offers diagnostic testing for these typical pediatric gastroenterology symptoms, helping you understand the cause of your child’s discomfort. Once diagnosed, our pediatric gastroenterologists provide comprehensive management services including ongoing testing, treatment, and counseling.
During an appointment, our team will review your medical records, take a comprehensive medical history, and perform a full physical exam. As a part of the evaluation, we may recommend blood tests, radiographic studies, or endoscopic interventions. Blood tests can often be done the day of the visit, while other testing will need to be scheduled for another time. Our team may prescribe certain medications or dietary changes to help manage some conditions.