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Achalasia Surgery: What to Look Out For During Your Recovery

Achalasia Surgery: What to Look Out For During Your Recovery

A majority of patients who undergo a laparoscopic myotomy for their achalasia do not experience any complications. However, there are cases when a complication does arise that requires immediate medical attention. It is important that you understand the types of issues that you may experience so that you can recognize when you should seek immediate […]

The Dangers of Nighttime GERD

We all value our sleep. Getting a peaceful night of rest is incredibly important for your health and your state of mind. Unfortunately, there are some medical issues that can occur while you are trying to revitalize your body that can be a serious risk to your health. A lot of people who suffer from […]

The Different Stages of GERD

For some people, managing gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD) is not a major issue. They may experience some issues and periods of discomfort, but for the most part, their GERD does not severely reduce their quality of life. This is not true for patients who suffer from severe forms of GERD. If you suffer from GERD, […]

Is Alcohol Consumption Triggering Your GERD?

Living with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can be difficult, but the available treatment options for managing the issue are very effective and make it possible to live a relatively normal life. However, there are certain things that many people enjoy that can trigger an increase in the severity of symptoms caused by GERD, like consuming […]

Recent Findings Establish a More Concrete Link Between PPI Usage and Kidney Disease

For some time, evidence has been mounting that has linked the use of proton pump inhibitors (PPI) with the development of chronic kidney disease. Despite this evidence, additional research was still needed to establish a more concrete link between PPI use and kidney disease. Recent findings have shown a consistent link between the use of […]

What You Need to Know About LINX

For years, the best option for treating gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) was a surgical procedure known as a Nissen fundoplication. While this procedure was capable of treating GERD, there was a high risk of experiencing a number of side effects as a result of the procedure. Over the years, a number of advancements have been […]

Our Esophageal Motility Center Is Now Certified by the American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society

There are some things in life that we take for granted because they seem like they will never cause a problem. The ability to swallow normally is an excellent example of this. When we eat, we expect our body to easily swallow our food, but there are a lot of moving parts that need to […]

The Expertise of Dr. Reginald Bell

When you come into , you can be confident that you will be receiving personalized and professional care from a dedicated team. Board-certified general surgeon Dr. Reginald Bell has been in practice for over 25 years and is passionate about providing those suffering from foregut issues with the surgical care they need to live happier […]

The Long-Term Health Problems Associated with PPI Use

The best treatments are the ones that address the source of the issue, not just the symptoms produced by the issue. In people who suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the source of the issue is a faulty valve that allows the fluid in the stomach to rise up into the esophagus. For a long […]

Your Surgical Options for Managing Achalasia

Achalasia is is a lifelong esophageal disorder that occurs when nerve fibers within the esophagus become destroyed. This can result in two issues: The damaged nerve fibers prevent the esophagus from being able to push and pass food down into the stomach. The muscular valve locate between the stomach and esophagus, known as the lower […]

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