Fragmentation of care is a common problem across many gastrointestinal conditions. Learn about three focused programs Cleveland Clinic has developed for complex GI cases.
A new study confirms that POP could be a viable option for many patients with delayed gastric emptying who might otherwise undergo laparoscopic pyloroplasty.
Join John Rodriguez, MD, on Friday, Oct. 19 at 7 am (ET) from Cleveland Clinic’s Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute as he performs a live online discussion on best practices for per oral pyloromyotomy (POP).
Here’s a look at three new endoscopic offerings that might be right for your patients with common GI conditions: EDGE, TIF and endoscopic fistulotomy.
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A new endoscopic technique for GERD bridges the gap between taking a pill or having an operation done. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
Attend the 12th Annual Cleveland Clinic Obesity Summit, Sept. 28-29, to hear about pharmacologic management, behavioral and lifestyle modification, and surgery.
Per oral endoscopic pyloromyotomy (POP) has become our first-line treatment for medically refractory gastoparesis in well selected patients. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
For patients with gastroparesis, relief from nausea, vomiting and bloating seemed impossible. A new clinic uses multidisciplinary treatment and endoscopic technology to offer hope and symptom relief.
This 59-year-old abdominal hernia patient received Cleveland Clinic’s first robotic-assisted abdominal wall reconstruction by Drs. John Rodriguez and Michael Rosen.
Hispanic clinics model how healthcare organizations can be more intentional about patient-centered care. Cleveland Clinic physicians explain why opening their Hispanic Clinic was necessary.