WVU Medicine Gastroenterology in Martinsburg specializes in treatment, education and care for patients with digestive system needs. Our experts provide diagnosis and treatment for patients with a variety of digestive diseases affecting the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, liver, and pancreas.
If you’re experiencing new digestive symptoms or a chronic digestive condition, your primary care provider may recommend that you see a WVU Medicine Gastroenterology and Hepatology specialist.
Gastroenterologists specialize in the medical and endoscopic care of stomach, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, intestinal and colon conditions. We care for adults with GI conditions ranging from ulcers, GERD, and Crohn’s Disease as well as gastroscopy and colonoscopy for diagnosis and treatment.
Conditions We Treat
Your primary care provider may recommend that you see a specialist at WVU Medicine Gastroenterology – Martinsburg if you are experiencing new digestive symptoms or a chronic digestive condition such as:
• Acid reflux disease
• Barrett’s esophagus
• Bile duct problems
• Crohn’s disease
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Liver disease
• Motility problems of GI tract
• Peptic ulcers
• Ulcerative colitis
Treatments and Services
We are dedicated to providing you with state-of-the-art care for chronic and acute digestive conditions. Our expert providers from several medical specialties use the most advanced diagnostic methods to examine the medical issue you’re facing. With our cutting-edge treatment methods, a digestive diseases specialist may recommend medication, endoscopic surgery, or a combination of treatments, depending on the patient and the disease.
Treatment options may include:
• Banding for enlarged, bleeding veins in the esophagus
• Endoscopic control of gastrointestinal bleeding
• Endoscopic treatment of pre-cancerous GI lesions
• Removal of polyps from stomach and colon