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Improving the quality of life for every patient

We provide consultations in ALL aspects of Gastrointestinal and Liver disorders. We have privileges at Scripps Hospital and Sharp Hospital in Chula Vista, San Diego.

For your convenience we provide a large variety of diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. We do most of our procedures at the office or outpatient endoscopy and surgericenters, to facilitate the process and economize patients out of pocket expenses. Most procedures are done using conscious sedation, so discomfort is minimal to none.


Colonoscopy is the endoscopic examination of the large colon. It is one of the most important preventions and screening tools for colorectal carcinoma. Colon cancer is the second most common and deadliest cancer in the USA and is totally preventable and curable if found early.
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Upper Endoscopy

A diagnostic procedure that visualizes the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract –esophagus, stomach and duodenum. All that is required is to be in fasting state, recall of procedure is minimal to none since we use conscious sedation.
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Esophageal dilation

A procedure performed during endoscopy to stretch the esophagus in people who have trouble swallowing due to a narrowing or ring of the esophagus.
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Bravo pH Capsule Test

It is a study that evaluates the amount of regurgitation of stomach acid, using a small capsule attached to your esophagus. These data will help us to make a diagnosis, especially in difficult or atypical cases and treat your symptoms.
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Video Capsule Endoscopy

Capsule Endoscopy is an exam that uses a miniature pill like a capsule with 2 cameras in it which record images through the digestive tract.
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Treatment of Hemorrhoids

We treat hemorroids with a system that is done in the office and is totally painless. It entails 3 sessions of less than one minute, no anesthesia and you go back to all daily activities.
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