Your Gallbladder Can Be a Pain

The pear-shaped organ known as the gallbladder may only be three to four inches long, but it can be a large pain if it is …

Getting to the Right Source

Are you on Facebook? We are! We have also posted some news highlights on YouTube. I am finding new media is opening up incredible ways …

GIA Screening Colonoscopy Day Huge Success

GIA Screening Colonoscopy Day on Oct. 17 was a huge success. A total of 48 persons referred by The InterFaith Health Clinic and The Free …

Colonoscopies for the Worthy, and a Message for All

On Saturday, Oct. 17, the physicians and staff of Gastrointestinal Associates (GIA) will gather at The Endoscopy Center for a very important mission. With colon …

Is Colon Cleansing Helpful or Balderdash?

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal brought to the forefront a long-standing debate between practitioners of conventional and alternative medicine over the value …

GIA Confronts Diagnosis Issues With Eosinophilic Esophagitis

The increasing prevalence of eosinophilic esophagitis (EE) has presented gastroenterologists with this decade‚Äôs major challenge for diagnosis. EE is sometimes confused with gastroesophageal reflux disease …

GIA Patients Benefit from Our Participation in Research

Gastrointestinal Associates (GIA) is very involved in research to determine the effectiveness of the treatments of gastrointestinal diseases. This involvement is a direct benefit to …

Your Colonoscopy

Your primary care physician refers you to Gastrointestinal Associates (GIA) for a colonoscopy. If it is your first exam, you may be a little apprehensive. …