At DigestiveMedicalCare of Long Island, we believe that each patient and doctor become a team for treating an individual's digestive problems.
Our Long Island gastroenterologist spends most of his time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the best treatment options for you. With the help of our professional staff, we also follow up to make sure that problems are resolved and your health improves.
We want our patients to be informed about their digestive problems and treatments, because informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being.
It can be hard to tell when you need to visit a doctor about your digestive issues. You should make an appointment at Digestive Medical Care of Long Island if...
experiencing constant stomach pain or discomfort
notice unintentional and drastic weight changes
suddenly develop food intolerances you didn't have before
experience skin irritations and sleeping trouble
Don't keep living with digestive issues when our doctors can help. Your healthier lifestyle is just one appointment away.
When you need a GI doctor, you'll want an experienced professional you can trust. Digestive Medical Care of Long Island is the right place to make your appointment because we...
Dealing with digestive issues can be frustrating and uncomfortable. When over-the-counter solutions aren't helping anymore, it's time to get turn to an experienced gastroenterologist.
Digestive Medical Care of Long Island helps patients in the East Meadow and Glen Cove, NY areas who have digestive issues. Whether you're dealing with extreme acid reflux, colonoscopy or suffering from hemorrhoids, we can help. You can rely on us to discover the source of your digestive trouble and help you alleviate or eliminate symptoms. Call 516-307-0980 now to make an appointment with one of our GI doctors.
A procedure to examine the lining of the esophagus (the tube that connects your throat to your stomach), stomach, and first part of the small intestine. It is done with a small camera (flexible endoscope) that is inserted down the throat.