Endoscopy and Colonoscopy Center Bucks County PA

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Endoscopy and Colonoscopy Center Newtown, PA 18940

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The Endoscopy Center of Bucks County, LP was established in 2006 and is a collaboration of Bucks County GI Associates, Clinical GI Associates and Physicians Endoscopy. The Center has been recognized by the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) for providing high quality care, is AAAHC certified, and provides excellent care in an efficient and comfortable local setting.  We are committed to providing and outstanding experience for our patients.

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Patient Testimonial

March 2018

"I had the best experience with PE and Dr. Bohning and his team last week. That made my day. In and out of there fast. Got a comprehensive report. They explained everything really well and made me feel like a patient and not a piece of meat. Glad I met you guys. I’m sorry I put off getting the endo too. He was totally able to fix my heartburn".

Survivor Shows Importance of Early Screening For Colon Cancer

Shawn Ryan, of Evesham, New Jersey, went to get a colonoscopy when he turned 50, following the advice of the medical community to get screened early. However, the results of that procedures altered the next few years of his life.

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Colonoscopy Saves Lives

Colon cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the Unites States, with 136,000 new cases diagnosed each year. The odds of developing colon cancer in your lifetime is 1 in 20. Having a colonoscopy with removal of pre-cancerous polyps reduces that cancer risk by 90%!  Colonoscopy should be considered a colon cancer prevention test, not just to detect cancer at an early stage.

For people at average risk of cancer (without family history of colon cancer or polyps) screening colonoscopy should start at age 50 (45 for African Americans). Talk with your physician about colon cancer screening, and make sure you are not one of the almost 23 million people in America who have not had colon cancer screening. Visit here for more information.

Digestive System

let's look at some of the common problems that can occur in the upper digestive tract.

These examples represent some of the more common problems that can develop in the upper digestive tract. However, there are many other problems that can occur in this area. Your doctor will be able to describe to you what might be causing your symptoms and the abnormal findings associated with them. > Play Video

 

Colonoscopy - Colon Cancer Screening

Colonoscopy is a procedure in which a doctor uses a colonoscope or scope, to look inside your rectum and colon. Colonoscopy can show irritated and swollen tissue, ulcers, polyps, and cancer.

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Endoscopy

Upper GI endoscopy is a procedure in which a doctor uses an endoscope a flexible tube with a camera to see the lining of your upper GI tract.

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Flexible Sigmoidoscopy

Flexible sigmoidoscopy is a procedure in which a trained medical professional uses a flexible, narrow tube with a light and tiny camera on one end, called a sigmoidoscope or scope, to look inside your rectum and lower colon, also called the sigmoid colon and descending colon. 

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