Beverly Hills Center for Digestive Health
Top Rated Gastroenterologist in Los Angeles
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Mark M. Davidson, MD
Dr. Davidson graduated from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, where he was awarded his medical degree. He went on to complete a 3-year residency program in internal medicine at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Los Angeles. Following his training, he completed a 3-year fellowship program in Gastroenterology focusing on liver health at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center. More
Voted One of The Top Doctors by LA Magazine
Welcome to the office of Dr. Mark M. Davidson, MD. We are proud to be your Los Angeles gastroenterologist and have designed our office, treatments, and policies with you in mind.
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WHEN TO CONSIDER ASSESSING YOUR RISKS
During colonoscopy, the lining of the large intestine will be examined using a small flexible tube. It seeks for abnormal growths, ulcers, and inflamed tissue. It can also be used for rectal and colon cancer screening. More
Arrive at your appointment in luxury with our concierge services, offered exclusively for Beverly Hills Center for Digestive Health patients. Our friendly, courteous, and discreet medical concierges provide transportation to and from your hotel, airport, appointment, and anywhere else you wish to go in the Los Angeles area. More
WHY CHOOSE BEVERLY HILLS CENTER FOR DIGESTIVE HEALTH?
Weight Loss Services
With advances in medical science and technology, numerous gastroenterologists and physicians have developed new solutions to help patients targeting weight loss goals.
Colonoscopy helps patients examine the colon and rectum, often considered the most recommended choice for colon cancer screening.
Back to BlogsVideo capsule endoscopy is a way for your doctor to see inside your digestive system and diagnose problems. In this procedure, you swallow a vitamin-size capsule that contains a tiny wireless camera. This camera takes pictures of your digestive tract and...
Back to BlogsCeliac disease is an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten consumption. It tends to run in families and has no known cure except for a lifelong, strictly gluten-free diet. If you’re experiencing symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, and consistent...
Back to BlogsTired of living with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)? This condition, also called heartburn or acid reflux, occurs when stomach acid flows into the esophagus and irritates the esophageal lining. It can have a number of causes, including a diet...