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Dr. Raj is the ultimate professional. Have been with him for over ten years and he is caring and takes great care of his patients.

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Dr. Raj is straightforward, but not abrasive. I appreciate the advice he gave me for lifestyle changes and the effort he took to educate me about how and why it works. Looking forward to getting healthier!

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Gastrointestinal health problems can affect more than just your digestion — they can negatively impact your quality of life. At Gastroenterology Consultants, we understand the importance of our work and strive to ensure our patients live their healthiest, best lives. With multiple convenient locations in the Houston, TX, area, we've been serving the GI health needs of the community for nearly thirty years.

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A colonoscopy is a routine examination used to screen for signs of colorectal cancer and other abnormalities in the colon. The colonoscopy is the "gold standard" for cancer screening, as it provides a thorough look at the colon and allows for the removal of any polyps found. Contact one of our offices to learn more.

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is the group name for a collection of disorders that cause inflammation or irritation in the large intestine. Two of the most common forms of IBD are Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. IBD impacts millions of Americans, with new cases trending upward in recent years. Most patients with IBD are diagnosed by the age of 35, but any person at any age could develop the condition. IBD is not curable at this time, but the skilled physicians at Gastroenterology Consultants can provide the care you need to manage your symptoms and enjoy a life free from GI symptoms.

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