If you suffer from severe symptoms, such as cramping, bloating, and frequent diarrhea, you may have inflammatory bowel disease. It is important to see a doctor who can provide a quick and accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.
If you suffer from ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease, you want safe and effective relief. Our nationally recognized gastrointestinal doctors and colorectal surgeons specialize in IBD, and they understand how your discomfort affects your daily life.
If you suffer from severe symptoms, such as cramping, bloating, and frequent diarrhea, you may have inflammatory bowel disease. It is important to see a doctor who can provide a quick and accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Our team will help you manage your condition and get back to your normal routine - without pain, worry, or the embarrassment of frequent bathroom trips. With all the specialists you need located in one place, you'll save time otherwise spent traveling between different offices and doctors.
Comprehensive Care for IBD in Pennsylvania
We treat more than 5,000 patients each year with IBD. These patients come from throughout Pennsylvania and beyond for our treatment options and quality care, which include drug therapies, nutritional plans, and sometimes surgery. While we will do everything we can to help you find relief without a major operation, sometimes surgery is necessary. We offer expert, minimally invasive surgical techniques that have provided enormous relief to hundreds of patients each year. Learn more about our diagnosis and treatment options.
Conditions We Treat at the Carlino Family IBD Center
The Carlino Family IBD Center is a national leader in research and treatment of the following conditions:
- Inflammatory bowel disease, chronic disorders that cause inflammation within the gastrointestinal tract.
- Ulcerative colitis, including proctitis and left-sided or extensive ulcerative colitis
- Crohn's disease, including enteritis, ileitis, colitis, ileocolitis, gastroduodenal and perianal Crohn's
- Microscopic colitis, including lymphocytic or collangenous colitis