Treatment for disorders affecting any area of your digestive tract using endoscopy is nonsurgical. We view video images of your gastrointestinal tract on a high-definition video monitor with the aid of an endoscope, a thin, flexible tube fitted with a light and camera.
Endoscopes are available in a variety of lengths, which we can change to perform various endoscopic treatments.
We insert the endoscope through your mouth and neck during an upper endoscopy procedure to access and inspect your esophagus, stomach, and upper small intestine (duodenum).
In order to access and study your large intestine during a lower endoscopy operation (colonoscopy), we pass the endoscope, also known as a colonoscope, into your rectum (colon).
Our renowned endoscopists are professionals in cutting-edge techniques, enabling us to carry out simple and difficult treatments for a variety of illnesses with little disruption to your digestive system.
Without making incisions, endoscopic procedures enable us to administer therapies straight to your gastrointestinal tract. They lead to a more relaxing process and a quicker recovery.