Protect your health with regular screenings by highly skilled endoscopists.

Colorectal cancer generally begins as small noncancerous growths called polyps. But with regular screenings, our board-certified gastroenterologists can find and remove these polyps before they become cancerous.

Are you at risk?

Colorectal cancer is more common in people 50 and older and those with a family history of the disease or a personal history of colorectal cancer, polyps or inflammatory bowel disease. Unfortunately, the disease may be advanced before symptoms such as bleeding from the rectum, a feeling of pressure or a change in bowel habits occur. If the disease is diagnosed early, before cancer has spread to other parts of the body, it is much easier to treat and beat.

Regular screenings can save your life.

The best defense is to have regular screenings. The American Cancer Society recommends that you begin colorectal screenings at age 50 (45 if you are African-American). You may need to begin screenings earlier if your mother, father, brother or sister has had the disease or you suffer from inflammatory bowel disease. Although there are several colorectal cancer screening methods, only colonoscopy lets us examine the inside of the entire colon.

Our in-house endoscopy center offers easy scheduling & comfort.

We can schedule these lifesaving exams quickly and perform them in the comfort of our in-house endoscopy center.

Our skilled endoscopists offer security & peace of mind.

Our board-certified gastroenterologists have performed thousands of colonoscopies safely and effectively. These highly competent endoscopists have the training and experience needed to remove all present polyps, which can help you avoid additional surgery. And for polyps that we remove, we can provide pathology results quickly. This allows us to rule out cancer or help you get lifesaving treatments immediately. And our electronic medical records system automatically faxes a report to your referring physician the minute we complete your test.

Why take a chance? Call us today to schedule a convenient appointment.

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

Ellington

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

Pasadena

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

Pearland

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

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, Remicade® infusion therapy, treatment of Barrett's esophagus, electrohydrolic lithotripsy of CBD stones and endoscopic mucosal resection.