Who doesn’t love a good party? As people, we like to celebrate life’s special events. Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, retirements… we perk up at any chance to break out the balloons. Now, you can add another thing to celebrate to your list – your colon.
A gastroenterologist for nearly 30 years, Dr. Gill joins Harbin Clinic Gastroenterology Cartersville, a specialty newly offered by Harbin Clinic for the Bartow County area. He comes to Harbin Clinic after seven years at Cartersville Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Specialists.
As human beings, we like to celebrate things like birthdays, anniversaries, important achievements and major milestones. Now is a great time to add another item on your celebration list – your colon. We may not think about our colons much but they play an important role in good health. The colon helps absorb water and nutrients while helping your body get rid of waste and toxins. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and a great time to highlight and celebrate your colon and the lifesaving benefits of regular screenings and early detection.
No one would blame Tyler West if he chose to get mad and frustrated. West, a 28-year-old Rome native, has spent a lifetime in and out of hospitals trying to find an elusive answer to a simple question – why does he get sick.
Are you having constant bouts of heartburn, feel a little too full or have difficulties swallowing your food? Those of you who answered yes might be experiencing Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD).
Digestion is a complex process, involving several organs as food travels through the body. Talking about digestion and digestive health can sometimes get a bit uncomfortable. Perhaps that’s why as many as 70 million Americans suffer from digestive diseases.
As human beings, we like to celebrate things like birthdays, anniversaries, important achievements and major milestones. But have you ever considered celebrating something that works hard to help keep you healthy and free of toxins? We’re talking about your colon. March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and a great time to highlight and celebrate the lifesaving benefits of regular screenings and early detection.
Harbin Clinic is pleased to welcome Dr. Whitney Jennings to Harbin Clinic Gastroenterology Rome. Dr. Jennings joins the practice of Dr. Stephen Finn, Dr. Roman Galysh Jr., and Dr. George Goldin located at 1825 Martha Berry Boulevard in Rome.