The best GI specialists in Agoura, CA, Dr. Badii, Dr. Rothman, Dr. Matthew, Dr. Guiv and Dr. Herr take pride in providing quality care to their patients.
inSite Digestive Health Care combines the talent and resources of its medical professionals and support staff to achieve excellence in healthcare delivery. It applies cutting-edge technology and information systems to enhance communication with patients, standardize office procedures, benchmark best practices and demonstrate quality. The organization utilizes the wide spectrum of services available to address gastrointestinal health with a special focus on preventative care.
May 29 is World Digestive Health Day!
insitedigestive.com Happy World Digestive Health Day! We at inSite take every opportunity to raise awareness and honor every holiday relating to GI health! To help you celebrate World Digestive Health Day, our physicians have put together a guide of lifestyle habits one should adopt. Incorporating a few of these lif...
Is psychological stress to blame for the development of peptic ulcers?
insitedigestive.com Peptic ulcers are found in a person’s stomach or duodenum (first part of the small intestine), and they can really be a pain. As the most common type of ulcer, peptic ulcers have a reputation for being caused by too much stress – but is this really true? Stress can account for a number of …
Today we commemorate the men and women who died fighting for our country. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
Happy Mother's Day to all you lovely moms!
May 6 through May 12 is National Nurses Week!
We are so thankful to all of our nurses - for everything they do for our physicians, our staff, and for our patients.
If you have nice stories you'd like to share about our nurses, we'd love to read them in the comments!
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
It's estimated that 1 in 133 Americans are living with Celiac Disease -- over 80% of them are undiagnosed.
insitedigestive.com May 3, 2019 It’s National Celiac Disease Awareness Month May is National Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time for those with celiac disease or those with gluten intolerance to learn more about the condition and the available nutritional choices and to spread awareness of wha...
You already know Peppermint can be used to freshen your breath, but did you know it can help alleviate symptoms of IBS?
insitedigestive.com Apr 29, 2019 Peppermint Oil G.I. inSite Digestive Health Care strives to be more than a gastroenterology network. We work hard to promote health and wellness in all facets. To help further our efforts, we are now offering Protocol For Life Balance Supplements online and in our clinics! Protocol for....
Have you tried Acacia Fiber for your IBS symptoms? Visit our shop to place your order today!
insitedigestive.com Apr 26, 2019 Acacia Fiber for Irritable Bowel Syndrome inSite Digestive Health Care strives to be more than a gastroenterology network. We work hard to promote health and wellness in all facets. To help further our efforts, we are now offering Protocol For Life Balance Supplements online and in our....
What exercise methods are your favorite? We'd like to know!
insitedigestive.com Apr 22, 2019 Using Exercise to Manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome If you live with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you may have heard that exercise can help you manage symptoms and flare-ups. If you have ever picked up a fitness magazine, you know that “exercise” includes a myriad of different cate...
We know it can be difficult to find a diet that doesn't aggravate your IBS symptoms. Find out if the FODMAPS diet could be right for you!
insitedigestive.com Apr 9, 2019 Which Diet Works Best for Patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects about 10-15% of the population, and accounts for a very high percentage of visits to primary care physicians and GI specialists. The disorder impacts the large intestine – causing s...
April 7 marks the celebration of World Health Day. Sponsored by the World Health Organization, World Health Day aims to create awareness of a health theme that is a priority area of concern.
This year's focus is on universal health coverage. While progress is being made, millions of people around the world are still left without access to proper health care. And millions more have to choose between health care and daily essentials.
IBS symptoms got you down again? We recommend making these lifestyle changes to improve your quality of life.
insitedigestive.com Apr 4, 2019 How to Improve Quality of Life for IBS Patients Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects more than 200,000 people in the US per year. While not life threatening, it is a chronic disorder that often causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation. Anyone with the....
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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month!
IBS affects between 25 to 45 million people in the United States. While not life-threatening, it is a chronic disorder that often causes abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, and other symptoms.
Check back weekly as we share helpful tips and information on the topic!
Did you know you can test your colon cancer tissue for other genetic disorders?
insitedigestive.com Mar 27, 2019 Colon Cancer Test Might Discover A Family With High Cancers Risks March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month – no better time to learn the facts about colon cancer and to get tested. Colon cancer is the second leading cause of death among men and women in the United States, y...
Here are recommendations for the most common situations encountered after a screening colonoscopy
insitedigestive.com Mar 19, 2019 My doctor found a colon polyp. When do I need to repeat a colonoscopy? A colon polyp may be found during a routine colonoscopy procedure. Polyps are abnormal growths on the inside lining of the colon. They vary in size and shape and usually cause no symptoms.A colonoscopy is a minimally...
Irish you the best of luck today!
Millennials and Generation Xers, this one is for you!
#ColonCancerAwarenessMonth #GetScreened #ColonCancer
insitedigestive.com Mar 15, 2019 You’re Never Too Young to be at High Risk for Colon Cancer While colon cancer is steadily decreasing in individuals 55 and older, research suggests rates are increasing in age groups commonly referred to as Generation X and Millennials. The American Cancer Society reiterated the rise ...
If you're one of the estimated 23 million American adults who have not been screened, there are some easier, albeit less accurate, alternatives to a colonoscopy.
insitedigestive.com A colonoscopy is by far the gold standard in colon and colorectal cancer screening. Colonoscopy with polyp removal decreases mortality from colon cancer by roughly 53 percent. Colonoscopies prevent…
Want to make an impact? inSite Digestive Health Care has teamed up with Colorectal Cancer Alliance to fundraise. This cause is very dear to us and the people we serve, and we sincerely appreciate all the support we can get! Together we can make a difference! #coloncancerawareness #ccawarenessmonth #digestivehealth #wellness
fundraise.ccalliance.org Thank you for your interest in supporting our Fundraiser! This cause is very dear to us and the people we serve, and we sincerely appreciate all the support we can get! Together we can make a difference! Best, inSite Digestive Health Care
The American Cancer Society estimates 101,420 new cases of colon cancer diagnosed in 2019. Don't be part of the statistic - get screened now!
insitedigestive.com Are you putting off getting a colonoscopy? If so, you’re not alone. Many people put off having a colonoscopy year after year because they’re worried it will be an unpleasant, even painful experienc…
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. This cause is very important for our organization, as we are at the forefront of educating our patients and preventing and detecting the disease. We will be working on fundraising all of March with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance.
Join us as we continue to fight to end colorectal cancer. Visit the link to donate: https://insitedigestive.com/donate/
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Wishing you all a lovely Valentine's day!
inSite Digestive Health Care is thrilled to announce its newest location in Los Gatos, CA, with physicians Dr. Michelle Nguyen and Dr. Suejin Kim!
insitedigestive.com Second Office in Santa Clara County Now Open LOS GATOS, CA (January 2019) – inSite Digestive Health Care is proud to announce its second location in Santa Clara County at 14901 National Ave., Suite 101 in Los Gatos, California. The physicians begin seeing patients as of January 2019. “We areRead...
Today we celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr., a champion of justice and equality.
We are so excited to welcome Dr. Jatinder Pruthi to inSite Digestive Health Care! Dr. Pruthi is accepting patients at our Lancaster office.
insitedigestive.com Physician Joins inSite Digestive Health Care in Lancaster LANCASTER, CA (December 2018) – inSite Digestive Health Care is proud to announce its newest location at 44215 15th St. W. Suite 209 in Lancaster, California with physician Dr. Jatinder Pruthi. Dr. Pruthi is accepting appointments for Janua...
Wishing you all a wonderful year ahead!
We wish you a safe and joyous holiday!
It's tough to maintain a healthy diet during the holidays. We hope these tips help you stay balanced and feeling your best!
insitedigestive.com Happy Holidays! When you think of the holidays, what comes to mind? The holidays to me mean quality time with family and friends, laughing until my abs hurt, festive cocktails, homemade cookies and pies and tons of savory and sweet foods. It is ok to enjoy the holidays and yourRead More
We are hiring a part-time medical assistant for our gastroenterology practice in San Gabriel!
If you have medical assistant experience and speak and write Mandarin or Cantonese proficiently, you could be the perfect asset to our team!
To learn more and apply: http://ow.ly/V2fC30mAQ3M
We are absolutely devastated by the news of last nights tragedy and extend our deepest condolences to our neighbors in Thousand Oaks. Sending love and light to all the families affected by this senseless act of violence.
Don't miss the grand opening of our San Gabriel location today, October 3rd! Come meet Dr. Nguyen and Dr. Chen at their brand new office!
insitedigestive.com New Group Joins inSite Digestive Health Care in San Gabriel SAN GABRIEL, CA (October 2018) – inSite Digestive Health Care is proud to announce its newest location at 207 S. Santa Anita St. Suite P-15 in San Gabriel, CA, with physicians Dr. Ken D. Nguyen and Dr. Tim Chen. TheRead More
You may have heard how baby Aspirin can reduce the risk of heart attacks. Read what Dr. Littenberg has to say about Aspirin's long-term effects on colorectal cancer.
insitedigestive.com For people who experienced a heart attack or stroke, regular use of low-dose aspirin — 325 milligrams or less — has long been recommended as a way to prevent another cardiovascular incident from occurring. Moreover, additional research has found taking aspirin may also reduce the risk of colorec...
Considering a juice cleanse? Here's what you need to know.
insitedigestive.com Juice bars have been popping up in cities all over in recent years, and it appears there is no stopping the fad. Promising detoxification, weight loss, disease prevention, and natural cures, it is no wonder why so many are turning to juice cleanses as a step towards improving their health.Read More
Are you thinking about seeing a Nutritionist, Health Coach or Registered Dietitian-- but don't know where to start? inSite Digestive has you covered!
insitedigestive.com When it comes to our everyday life, many of us become caught up with the needs of family, friends, work, and school. As a result, this pushes our health and dietary concerns to the side. To help combat such struggles, many individuals are seeking the guidance and assistance of aRead More
You may be overlooking subtle symptoms of Acid Reflux. Here are five you should look out for...
insitedigestive.com Most people are familiar with acid reflux and have a good idea what the usual symptoms are – upper stomach pain, dysphasia (difficulty swallowing), frequent belching, feeling bloated, hiccups, and nausea are all very common. However, sometimes the symptoms of acid reflux (also known as GERD) can b...
A high fiber diet helps work toward a healthy, clean and well-functioning digestive tract. If your diet is low in fiber, try these fiber-rich foods.
insitedigestive.com How much fiber is in your diet right now? Most people can guess, based on how they feel. A high fiber diet helps work toward a healthy, clean and well-functioning digestive tract. If your diet is low in fiber, or perhaps lacking it entirely from one day to the next,Read More
Looking to rev up your metabolism and burn extra fat? Try incorporating these foods into your diet!
insitedigestive.com Summer is just around the corner and you might feel like the pressure is on to look your best in your favorite swimsuit. You may even hear talk of fast diets that help you shed pounds in days, but let’s be honest, there is no quick diet that guarantees youRead More
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