GI Division

The Relationship Between Your Gut and Brain

At Premier Medical Group, we provide in-depth and passionate care to treat the whole you. An important aspect of offering quality care to our patients is understanding the interconnectedness of the human body’s intricate systems. One connection that comes into play in fascinating ways is the relationship between the gut and the brain. This dynamic...
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Prioritizing Men’s Health and Well-Being Through Regular Checkups

Amidst the demands of work, family, and other responsibilities, it’s easy for us to neglect our health. However, maintaining good health should be a top priority for everyone. Regular checkups are an essential part of preventive healthcare for men as they provide an opportunity to detect potential health issues early and give more time to...
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Premier Medical Group’s GI Division Featured in Healthy Lifestyles

Premier Medical Group – GI Division providers – Dr. Farah Toyserkani, Dr. Madhavi Gaddam, Dr. Zana Nikolla, Dr. Simona Meca and Dr. Elizabeth Williams were featured in this month’s Healthy Lifestyles publication to promote the importance of screening and preventative care for women. Premier is proud to have five board-certified female gastroenterologists on our team,...
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Celiac Disease: Coping Strategies and Tips for a Gluten-Free Lifestyle

At Premier Medical Group, we want to help increase public awareness about celiac disease so individuals can understand the symptoms and access the support they need to live healthier lives. In this article, we’ll share information about the symptoms of celiac disease, what foods to avoid and strategies for coping with the disease.  What is...
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Routine Women’s Health Check-Ups: Understanding Screenings and Preventive Care

Premier Medical Group stands committed to helping more women gain the knowledge they need to maintain their health. Regular check-ups and screenings are an essential part of a healthy routine since it helps women establish preventive care while reducing risks for chronic and life-threatening conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, breast and cervical cancer, for instance....
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Colonoscopy … Is It That Time Already?

Congrats!  You have made it to age 45, just in time to start colorectal screening! Having a “Wait, What!” reaction to that statement is not unusual. However, official guidelines on this issue were published in 2021 and the American Cancer Society, the American College of Gastroenterology, and the US Preventative Services Task Force are among...
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