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  • Benefits Of Having A Gastroenterologist
    Find out why turning to a gastroenterologist could benefit your intestinal health. From nagging heartburn to abdominal pain, there are many reasons to turn to our Orlando & Kissimmee, FL, gastroenterologists Read more
  • Signs And Symptoms Of Hemorrhoids
    Hemorrhoids are a condition where the veins in and around your anus become swollen and begin to stretch under pressure. There are two different types of veins that can be Read more
  • Acid Reflux Symptoms and When to See a Gastroenterologist
    Have you been struggling with acid reflux? If so, it might be time to visit the team of doctors at Digestive and Liver Center of Florida in Orlando & Kissimmee, Read more
  • What Does a Gastroenterologist do?
    At the Digestive and Liver Center of Florida, we've broken down what an Orlando gastroenterologist is, does, and when to see them. Read more
  • When To See Your Gastroenterologist For A Colonoscopy
    A colonoscopy from your gastroenterologists in Orlando, Ocoee, Oviedo, Sanford, or Kissimmee, FL, can protect your health. People don’t talk much about a colonoscopy, but it’s an important procedure that can save Read more
  • Choosing Your Gastroenterologist in Orlando
    Here’s how to know you’re choosing the right gastroenterologist to fit your needs. If you are dealing with recurring or serious digestive symptoms, a primary doctor may recommend that you turn Read more
  • Facts About Heartburn
    You might have experienced heartburn sometime in your life without even knowing what it really is. Heartburn is a feeling that your stomach is burning all the way up your Read more
  • What Does it Mean to Have Lactose Intolerance?
    Do you feel bad every time you eat any dairy products? This may be because you are lactose intolerant. Being lactose intolerant means that your body can’t fully digest the Read more
  • All You Need to Know About Foodborne Illness
    What is foodborne illness? You might be more familiar with calling it food poisoning. This is an infection that comes from consuming contaminated food or drinks. There are many pathogens Read more
  • How Your Digestive System is Affected When You Smoke
    Why should you stop smoking cigarettes? Smoking can be the cause of many diseases in the digestive system. Overall, smoking can have a negative effect on how the body functions. Read more
  • Whole Grains and Your Digestive System
    You may be wondering, what’s the relationship between whole grains and a healthy digestive system? Most whole grain foods are a good source of fiber, which maintains a good digestion. Read more
  • Top 5 Most Common GI Issues
    From as little as a meal not sitting right in your stomach to having a serious condition detected in your system, GI issues are more common than you may have Read more
  • Learning about diverticulitis and diverticulosis
    Do you often confuse diverticulitis and diverticulosis with one another? They’re both conditions that happen in your colon, and understanding both of them is very important—since they are connected with Read more
  • IBS vs. IBD
    IBS and IBD are conditions that are often confused with one another. Part of the reason is having similar abbreviations, and the other is that they have symptoms in common. Read more
  • How to Prep for a Colonoscopy
    Your Orlando GI doctor at the Digestive and Liver Center will usually request for you to get a colonoscopy to investigate intestinal symptoms. Whether you’re experiencing chronic constipation, rectal bleeding, or Read more
  • 5 Foods to Avoid if You Have IBS
    Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an intestinal disorder that causes gas, diarrhea, pain in the belly area, and even constipation. Unfortunately, if you do have IBS, you’ll be dealing with Read more

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Tuesday:

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

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8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed