Slow-Growing Infants: When to Worry, What to Do
Pediatric gastroenterologist Robert J. Rothbaum, MD, describes how to consider various factors; breaks down the reasons for abnormal growth patterns; and offers tips on assessing feeding habits, selecting age-appropriate lab tests, and ...
Little Ones: Identify and Manage Malnutrition in Pediatric Primary Care
Pediatricians often see the condition of poor growth due to inadequate nutrition – long called failure to thrive but poorly defined. This presentation from pediatric gastroenterologist Arathi Lakhole, MD, MPH, delivers a clearer understanding ...
Demystifying Celiac Disease in Kids: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies
Affecting many body systems, celiac disease presents in a multitude of ways – sometimes with no digestive symptoms.
Pediatric IBD Update: What Primary Care Doctors Need to Know
Sabina Ali, MD, an expert in pediatric IBD, provides a short yet thorough rundown on this progressive disease, including very-early-onset IBD.
Our Pediatric Gastroenterology Clinic cares for infants, children and teens with a wide range of symptoms and disorders of the stomach, intestines, liver and pancreas. We also offer specialized treatment for many gastrointestinal (GI) conditions. These include motility disorders, which disrupt the body's normal process of moving food and fluids through the digestive system, and conditions affecting the body's ability to absorb nutrients, such as cystic fibrosis and celiac disease (in which the immune system responds to gluten ingestion by attacking the small intestine).