Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) affects between 18 and 28 percent of adults in the United States (between 42 and 64 million people). Recurring symptoms include heartburn or regurgitation. A little heartburn is normal. But frequent or severe symptoms that require regular use of acid blocker pills or cause trouble swallowing, weight loss or bleeding could mean that GERD is present and may have caused damage to the esophagus or led to Barrett’s esophagus or cancer.
Our goal is to provide an individualized approach to meet the diagnostic and treatment needs of patients with acid reflux or GERD. Our Acid Reflux Center’s renowned gastroenterologists, patient navigators, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses work together to offer exceptional care and a comprehensive evaluation of your acid reflux.