• When to See Your GI Specialist
    A GI specialist in Oakbrook Terrace, and Chicago, IL is a person who can help patients with all issues related to their digestion. Your doctors at Summit Digestive and Liver Read more
  • What Is Infectious Colitis?
    Colitis simply means that there is inflammation present in the colon, or large intestines, and it’s often caused by bacteria but can also be caused by a virus or parasite. Read more
  • Finding a Celiac-Friendly Diet
    Although gluten-free is a great diet trend that some are now following, for others following a gluten-free diet is essential for their health. This is due to the fact that Read more
  • How To Prepare For A Colonoscopy
    Colonoscopies performed by your gastroenterologists at Summit Digestive and Liver Disease Specialists in Oakbrook Terrace and Chicago, IL, offer important information about the health of your large intestine (colon) and Read more
  • When To Use a Stool Softener vs. Laxative
    Many of us experience constipation or difficulty moving our bowels at some point in life. Constipation may be very uncomfortable, which warrants seeking some relief through medication. However, you may Read more
  • What Is Barrett’s Esophagus?
    If you have chronic acid reflux or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), you could develop Barrett’s Esophagus. It is a condition associated with inflammation in the lining of the esophagus. At Read more
  • Is There a Way To Prevent Gallstones?
    Whether you have a family history of gallstones or you’ve had them in the past and would like to avoid them in the future, did you know that there are Read more
  • Know the Different Types of GI Ulcers
    Ulcers are sores that develop in the lining of the digestive tract. They can develop in various places within the gastrointestinal system including the stomach and intestines, and some people Read more
  • Know the Symptoms of Pancreatitis
    The pancreas is an organ in the digestive system that lies behind the stomach and is responsible for producing insulin, as well as a host of other digestive enzymes and Read more