Many people suffer from a number of abdominal and gastro problems such as IBS, Acid Reflux, Bleeding, Ulcers and even Crohn’s Disease. Some less severe than others, but when you have these issues it’s not like a cold that comes and goes, it’s a lifestyle and a constant struggle of management.
Dr. Premetesh Chattoo of Hudson River Gastroenterology states, “Our belief is to treat our patients like friends and family, with compassion, dedication, and humility.”
At Saint Vincent’s Hospital in New York City, he trained in Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and ERCP and Board Certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. With several papers published at the National Gastroenterology conferences, he is an expert on GERD, Hepatitis B and C, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Colitis and Crohn’s Disease.
From popular reviews to his recent procedure on “The Rachel Ray Show”, he is highly experienced and devoted to his patients. Young and very accomplished, he won the patients choice award in 2013.
He assists with the lifestyle of the ailment for each patient individually, recognizing that each patient’s illness is different. Because each illness is a lifestyle, food and stress have a large impact on many issues. Stress levels are said to have high impact because it can irritate the abdominal area, making food harder to digest, cause ulcers as well as more serious diseases like Colitis or Crohn’s. Diet is key depending on what your body can handle. IBS typically is about diet, avoiding processed foods and that tends to help as well as maintaining low stress levels.
If you are one of millions who suffer from abdominal or gastro problems, take a look at Dr. Chattoo at Hudson River Gastroenterology. Give him a call or visit his website, and make an appointment. Why not give your lifestyle a break and gain some professional and caring insight. It couldn’t hurt anymore than it probably already does.