March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
Colorectal cancer is largely preventable, treatable and beatable through regular screenings, a healthy lifestyle, and expert clinical care.
Sources of Additional Information:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
American Gastroenterological Association
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Please help us eliminate colon cancer in our patients.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Saves Lives!
Make an appointment today: 248-844-9710
We now offer Saturday Procedures at the Surgical Centers of Michigan location. Please call us at (248)844-9710 to schedule an appointment.
We now offer Office Hours at the Silver Pine Physician Specialty office in Sterling Heights, and the Michigan Adult and Child Medicine office in Warren.
We also perform Endoscopic Procedures at the Beaumont Macomb Ambulatory Surgery Center in Macomb Township.
WNIC 100.3 - Radio personalities ask Dr. Rich Wille about acid reflux and heartburn.
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The physicians and staff of the Center for Digestive Health specialize in gastroenterology, which covers all aspects of the digestive system.
Our specialty includes diagnostic endoscopic procedures and ultrasounds, liver disease studies, and motility studies.
The physicians at Center for Digestive Health are dedicated to conducting the highest quality of clinical research, while offering to patients an option to participate in some of the nation's leading and innovative gastrointestinal research studies.
An endoscopic procedure uses an instrument known as an endoscope to directly examine the inside of an organ.
Many of our treatments and procedures are non-endoscopic in nature, meaning they do not require an endoscope to perform.
All the forms and prep instructions you will need for your next visit, as well as free medical information pamphlets.
Common general and procedure questions that patients may have, with answers.
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