What is a gastroenterologist?
Gastroenterologists specialize in disorders of the digestive system (also known as “the GI tract”). Patients see gastroenterologists for common digestive disorders like acid reflux, heartburn, and irritable bowel syndrome, as well as chronic conditions like Crohn’s disease and digestive cancers. While gastroenterologists don’t perform surgeries, they do perform colonoscopies, liver biopsies, and various types of endoscopic procedures.
Finding the right gastroenterologist for you
Research shows that doctors who have the most experience with your condition or procedure tend to have the best results. Amino analyzes data on nearly every doctor in America to match their experience with your needs.