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Gastroenterology

Although most of us don’t like to talk about it, digestive problems are common. Some problems may stem from lifestyle choices, while others are genetic. Symptoms associated with digestive problems include stomach pain, heartburn, diarrhea, constipation, bloating and gas.

You don’t need to suffer from constant digestive problems.

Everyone suffers from occasional digestive, or gastrointestinal (GI), problems, but recurrent issues can be painful. Luckily, most GI issues can improve with proper medical treatment. If you suffer from constant GI problems, it might be time to see a gastroenterologist so you can start to feel like yourself again.

Some common conditions we treat are:

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  • Stuart J. Thomas
    • Gastroenterology
    Lawrence GI Consultants
    Lawrence, KS

    785-505-2250
    Accepting new patients

    • Video
  • Jamie Madl, PA-C
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    Jamie Madl
    • Gastroenterology
    Lawrence GI Consultants
    Lawrence, KS

    785-505-2250

    • Video
  • Teresa M. King, MD
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    Teresa M. King
    • Gastroenterology
    The Internal Medicine Group
    Lawrence, KS

    785-505-5160

    • Video
  • Kenneth K. Kimmel
    • Gastroenterology
    Lawrence Internal Medicine, P. A.
    Lawrence, KS

    785-842-7200

    • J. Philip Hoffmann
      • Gastroenterology,
      • Internal Medicine
      Reed Internal Medicine
      Lawrence, KS

      785-505-5635

      • Video
    • Barbara E. Hart
      • Gastroenterology,
      • Internal Medicine
      The Internal Medicine Group
      Lawrence, KS

      785-505-5160

      • Ervin Eaker
        • Gastroenterology
        Lawrence GI Consultants
        Lawrence, KS
      • Charles Brooks
        • Gastroenterology
        Lawrence GI Consultants
        Lawrence, KS

        785-505-2250
        Accepting new patients

        • Video

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