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How long will my Colonoscopy / Endoscopy take?


  Colonoscopy and Upper Endoscopy take on an average 30 minutes or longer. It may take longer depedning on the findings during the procedure. However you ...   Continue reading

Is Barrett’s Esophagus curable?


  Barrett's Esophagus can be eliminated with the new ablation technology of HALO system. In a recent clinical study published in New England Journal of Medicine a ...   Continue reading

Are There Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Hemmorhoids


  Yes, there are multiple non surgical options available to treat internal hemmorhoids.    HEMORRHOIDAL BANDING   During hemorrhoidal banding, your physician will place a ...   Continue reading

Is Colonoscopy Pain Free


Valley Endoscopy Center is now offering pain free colonoscopy assurance. With this assurance, patients can be assured that when they get their colonoscopy at Valley Endoscopy ...   Continue reading

I have Family History of Colon Cancer – When should I get my Colonoscopy?


  Having a family history of colon cancer increases your risk for colon cancer.     If you have a family history of colon cancer ...   Continue reading

How Should I Take My Colon Prep


  GOLYTELY / COLYTE BOWEL PREP   PICK UP THE BOWEL PREP JUG FROM YOUR PHARMACY                   ...   Continue reading

Should I be checked for Colon Cancer?


If you are more than 50 years of age or if you have had polyps before then you should be screened for colon cancer and polyps.    ...   Continue reading

Is Colonoscopy covered by my insurance company?


  Colonoscopy for colon cancer screening is covered by almost all major insurance companies, including Medicare and Medicaid. It is also usually covered if you ...   Continue reading

How do I refill my prescription?


  If you need a refill on your prescription, please contact your pharmacy and have them send a refill request to our office.  Our providers ...   Continue reading

What do I do if my insurance will not pay or approve medication that I was prescribed?


If your insurance will not pay or approve medication that was prescribed for you, please contact your pharmacy and ask the pharmacist to fax our office a list of ...   Continue reading

What medications can I take the morning of my procedure?


  DO NOT take you diabetes medications on the morning of the procedure until your procedure is completed and you have started to eat.    ...   Continue reading