TMJ Center of Los Angeles

GI Conditions


Diseases of the digestive tract include inflammatory bowel disease, hemorrhoids, gallstones, constipation, colorectal cancer, irritable bowel syndrome (IBD), pancreatitis, lactose intolerance, and more. These conditions affect different sections of the GI tract, which is dived into the upper GI tract and lower GI tract.

The upper GI tract consists of the mouth, pharynx, stomach, and esophagus. The stomach connects to the small intestine. The lower GI tract includes the intestines and anus. The bowel is composed of two sections, including the small and large intestines.

The liver, pancreas, and gallbladder is responsible for producing the digestive juices required in digestion of food. Dr. Davidson and his team provide treatments for a complex range of diseases and conditions affecting the gastrointestinal tract.


To learn more about how our treatments can help, please schedule a consultation at our office today.

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Feast with Joy, Here’s to a Gutsy Holiday Season!

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Warm Wishes for Your 2023 Thanksgiving, from Our Famiily to Yours!

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