A Gastroenterology Doctor in Brooklyn

It’s often a confusing and frustrating experience when your digestion, bowel movements, and general gastroeintestinal health seem to be delivering less-than-the-best results. The source of the discomfort and, in some cases, pain is hard to pinpoint on a truly independant basis.

Pain and discomfort could simply be caused by a lack of digestive fiber or an over-consumption of highly processed foods. It could also be caused by more intense and dangerous ailments such as Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, or even Cancer of the stomach, rectum, or colon. These are ailments that one cannot, and should not, try to self diagnose.

Currently, there are 2.5 million people living in Brooklyn, a population high enough to place it amongst the biggest cities in the country. Why then do so many residents leave the area for gastrointestinal treatment in Manhattan? Finding a doctor that can both diagnose and treat your ailments and understands the community where you come from.

That’s when when looking for a gastroenterology doctor in Brooklyn look no further than Sheepshead Bay, where our New York gastroenterologists at NYGI Care call home. Getting to know your community goes beyond knowing the geographical makeup, but rather the culture, the food, the entertainment that the area has to offer. Knowing what your patients do in their free time, do as a profession, all helps us understand the cause of certain ailments. It allows us to make diagnosis more accurately and more comfortably for each and every patient.

So if you have a question about your gastrointestinal health don’t hesitate to contact us today. Be in good health!


Our Brooklyn office provides a multidisciplinary approach to the treatments of gastrointestinal disease. Our board-certified gastroenterologists, who have worked together for many years, provide ranging from all gastroenterology procedures to the treatment of hepatitis and Crohn’s Disease

Please feel free to contact us at (718) 368-2960 if you have a question about your gastrointestinal health.

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