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Things You Can Do at Home to Alleviate Constipation

January 18, 2023 READ MORE

Thinking You May Have Crohn’s? Maybe Not.

December 14, 2022 READ MORE
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Headlines are misleading. Colorectal cancer screening saves lives!

October 27, 2022 READ MORE
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Signs it’s Time to Visit Your Gastroenterologist

August 25, 2022 READ MORE

Dr. R. Kyle Barnett will speak at the 37th annual Snowbird CME Conference on August 8th, at 9:30am. Topic: Gastritis vs. Ulcers Visit their website for more information about Dr. Barnett and the Conference: http://snowbirdcme.org/ The conference starts August 7th and goes through August 9th.  

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Sticking up for Your Health Finding a Doctor That Does the Same After years of contending with a digestive disorder and experience with a range of doctors who treat Gastroenterology Intestinal (GI) condition, Vicki Lee has honed in on what matters most in the care she receives.  Proactive in managing her own health, Vicki encourages […]

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By Christopher S. Cutler, MD How do you know when heartburn or “indigestion” is something more and needs to be treated? The gastroenterology specialists at Granite Peaks GI take time with their patients to determine if such symptoms may be a result of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). One of the red flags is heartburn occurring more than twice a […]

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