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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.

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Certain Foods Can Upset Your Digestive System

Back to BlogsDid you know that eating certain foods in excess can really upset your digestive system? At the Beverly Hills Center for Digestive Health, we're all about keeping your tummy happy and healthy. Eating a healthy diet every day is the best way to avoid GI...

Will Exercise Such as Sit-Ups Help Me Lose Fats Around My Stomach?

Back to BlogsThere are a number of exercises to improve your core strength, including sit-ups, crunches, and dead bugs. While these exercises may strengthen your muscles, they may not necessarily decrease the amount of fat around your stomach. This amount can vary...

Accurate Diagnostics for Anorectal Strength and Function

Back to BlogsAre you having problems producing healthy bowel movements? The problem may be the muscles around your digestive tract either not coordinating properly or lacking strength. To get your GI problems addressed as soon as possible, visit the Beverly Hills...

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