Your Gut Feeling: A Healthier Digestive System Means a Healthier You
The gastrointestinal system is more than the body’s primary site of taking in and absorbing nutrients. This system of critical digestive organs also acts as a type of switchboard or communication centre to and from the brain, and functions as one of the core disease-fighting systems of the human body.
“The gut plays a vital role in your overall health and well-being. It can help control everything from your weight to your mood to brain health, inflammation and immune function.”
Clinic: 1-2 weeks
Endoscopy: 2 weeks
Self-pay new: £250
Self-pay follow up: £150
Spire Dunedin Hospital
Secretary: Sally Allen
Berkshire Independent Hospital
Research Winner of the Year 2020
Dr Nishant Patodi
BM Medicine, MRCP
Consultant Gastroenterologist and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Lead Consultant at Royal Berkshire Hospital
I believe that each person is unique, and at every step, I will work together with you to develop a personalised plan for optimal treatment, health, and wellbeing.
My mission is not only to make an accurate diagnosis and offer the most advanced treatment options but also to ensure you receive the best care possible.
Working across five hospitals, I consult at Spire Dunedin Hospital, BIH, Royal Berkshire Hospital, West Berkshire Hospital and Royal Berkshire Bracknell Clinic, covering Windsor, Reading, Newbury, Berkshire and Thames Valley area.
Common GIT Problems
- Rectal Bleeding
- Abdominal Pain
- Stomach Pain
- Acid Reflux
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Weight Loss
- Colitis/ Crohn’s
- Swallowing Difficulties
- Fatty Liver
Having completed over 8,000 endoscopy procedures, I can offer advanced management with the latest diagnostic and therapeutic modalities.
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