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  Upper Endoscopy (EGD):

 Esophageal & pH Impedance:

 Hemorrhoid Banding:

 Hydrogen Breath Test:

Please Note: Be aware that due to anesthesia, you will need a responsible driver the day of your procedure who is willing to stay at the facility or be nearby.



A colonoscopy is performed to identify and/or correct a problem in the colon. The test enables a diagnosis to be made and a specific treatment given. If a polyp is found, it can be removed at that time. If a bleeding site is identified, treatment can be administered to stop the bleeding. Other treatments may be given through the endoscope when necessary.

Upper Endoscopy/Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD)
Upper GI endoscopy, also known as EGD (esophagogastroduodenoscopy), is a visual examination of the upper intestinal tract using a lighted, flexible fiber optic or video endoscope, which is usually performed on an outpatient basis.

Nonsurgical Hemorrhoid Banding
Hemorrhoids are a commonly known ailment. Treating your symptoms with messy creams and ointments only provides temporary relief. So, don't keep treating them, remove them. It's time you feel your best again.

Capsule Endoscopy – Pill Cam
The pill cam enables us to examine your entire small intestine by swallowing a small camera contained within a capsule. The capsule is ingested with water and passes naturally through your digestive tract while transmitting video images to a data recorder worn on a belt for approximately eight hours.

Bravo® pH Test
The Bravo pH capsule is used to measure the pH levels in the esophagus over a 48-hour period, which helps in diagnosing gastroesophageal reflux (GERD). The capsule is gently and temporarily attached to the wall of the esophagus where it can take pH measurements and send the readings to a receiver worn on the patient’s belt.

Esophageal Manometry
The esophageal manometry test measures muscles at the upper and lower ends of the esophagus, as well as the motor function of the esophageal body. Testing provides clear documentation of the muscular function of the esophagus.



For top-quality, up-to-date care for gastrointestinal problems such as cirrhosis of the liver or anemia symptoms, trust the board-certified, experienced GI specialists trusted by thousands of patients and their doctors for nearly 30 years. Patients come to us from Webster, Pasadena, Pearland, Houston, Nassau Bay and surrounding areas. Call Gastroenterology Consultants at (281) 481-9400 or fill out our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation with us.


444 FM 1959, Suite A,
Houston, TX 77034
Direct Phone: 281-481-9400

St. John

2060 Space Park Drive, Suite 306
Nassau Bay, TX 77058
Direct Phone: 281-892-2460

Clear Lake

250 Blossom Street, Suite 210 Webster, TX 77598
Direct Phone: 281-316-1119


4211 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, TX 77504
Direct Phone: 832-456-8434


15015 Kirby Dr. Ste.200A
Pearland, TX 77047
Direct Phone: 713-343-6360

League City

2555 S. Gulf Freeway Ste. 500
League City, TX 77573
Direct Phone: 281-481-9400

Gastroenterology Consultants is a leader in advanced, comprehensive gastrointestinal care. We specialize in up-to-date gastrointestinal care, which includes screening and treatment for colon cancer, heartburn and acid reflux, esophageal disorders and difficulty swallowing, peptic ulcers, H. pylori, gallstones and other gallbladder disorders, rectal bleeding and hemorrhoids, malabsorption and celiac disease, liver diseases - hepatitis C, hepatitis B, cirrhosis, fatty liver disease, hepatoma and liver cancer, abdominal pain, noncardiac chest pain, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer, anemia, nausea and vomiting, gas and bloating and lactose intolerance

Gastroenterology Consultants also offers colonoscopy screening for colorectal cancer, EGD & capsule endoscopy small-bowel, endoscopic ultrasound, Bravo 48-hour pH monitoring, H. pylori breath testing, esophageal manometry and impedance testing, hemorrhoid band ligation, esophageal dilatation, advanced therapeutic ERCP, Biologic therapy, treatment of Barrett's esophagus, common bile duct stones and endoscopic mucosal resection.