CareFront Medical Group

Digestive Disorders

Dedicate yourself to a higher quality of healthcare!

CareFront Digestive Health: Helping You Feel Your Best

We know at CareFront that stomach troubles may greatly affect your average day. Our team of gastroenterologists and healthcare experts are dedicated to ensuring that you get a comprehensive treatment for many digestive disorders. We take an individualized approach to this by concentrating on accurate diagnosis, effective therapy methods, and continual counseling for you to have better control over your digestion and improve your standard of living.

We take a patient-focused approach to address the emotional and psychological aspects of those with digestive diseases.We are firm believers in equipping patients with adequate information and skills they can use in making educated decisions about their health. Whether you want relief from chronic acid reflux, experience different IBS symptoms from one time to another, or are having difficulties managing Crohn’s disease, we will always stand by your side.

At CareFront, your welfare comes first. Contact us for an appointment and see what difference our friendly, caring nature can make in your healthcare journey.

Trust in CareFront Medical Group

If you’re ready to take the next step toward better health, locate your nearest CareFront Medical Group and schedule an appointment today.

Understanding Digestive Disorders

Various digestive disorders affect the gastrointestinal tract (including the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine or colon, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas). These disorders affect individuals differently and are accompanied by signs such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or loose stooling on alternate days, constipation for more than two days, heartburn after meals, and nausea.

Common digestive disorders:

Services Offered

Benefits of Choosing Carefront for Digestive Health


What dietary changes could be made to assist in managing digestive disorders?

Diet can play an integral role in managing digestive disorders. For instance, GERD sufferers may wish to avoid spicy, sour, and fatty foods, while individuals with IBS may find relief by following a low-FODMAP diet. It is important to consult a healthcare specialist or registered dietician who can help you decide on what is best for your condition.

Are there any lifestyle modifications that can reduce digestive disorder symptoms? 

Yes, some lifestyle alterations may ease symptoms of digestive disorders. These include maintaining a healthy body mass index (BMI), using stress reduction techniques like yoga and meditation, drinking plenty of water, exercising often, and abstaining from tobacco and excessive alcohol intake. Nevertheless, discussing these with your doctor to ensure their suitability is pertinent.

At what point should I consider getting medical help for my digestive upsets?

It is necessary to seek healthcare if symptoms such as abdominal pain, persistent or severe bloating, changes in bowel habits, unexplained weight loss, or blood in the stool persist. Furthermore, individuals with a family history of gastrointestinal diseases or others who are at a higher risk due to factors such as age or other medical conditions should be regularly screened and should consult with a healthcare professional.