Children's gastroenterology

Children's gastroenterology

The children’s physician gastroenterolog is engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of children’s diseases of gastrointestinal tract. To detect pathology, the specialist performs a primary examination and can assign additional research and ultrasound. During the treatment process, the doctor develops an individual therapy program and compliance with the diet, which should contribute to the early recovery of the baby.

Specialists of Tel Aviv Medical Clinic are engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of various pathologies of the digestive tract in children. Our department of children’s gastroenterology equipped with the latest equipment, with the help of which doctors can identify the dangerous disease and use innovative methods. The medical ward has everything necessary for living. In the support center, parents and children are provided psychological assistance during therapy. We are in close cooperation with many charitable foundations and help raise funds for treatment.

Our clinic is the only one in the country that provides a wide range of high-quality services at low cost, at the level of state medical institutions.

Why contact a specialist?

Parents are responsible for the baby's health. A child can 't always explain what' s bothering him. Because the digestive system of children will be formed only by the age of 7, the child should be shown to a gastroenterologist annually. Various negative factors may have an impact on the work of the digestive tract bodies, such as:

  • Non-compliance with hygiene;
  • Improper feeding;
  • Previously suffered diseases.

The construction of proper nutrition, which will take into account the individual characteristics of the baby, plays a vital role in the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract. Any failure of the digestive system without treatment can develop into an acute condition or develop into a chronic form.

When to contact a specialist?

A children’s doctor should contact a gastroenterologist in case of discomfort in the child or pain in the abdominal area. If the baby became sluggish, lost interest in toys, he was sick and no appetite. The child may also have constipation or increased meteorism. All responsibility for the health of a small patient falls on parents. Do not neglect the condition of the baby, and don't put off the visit to the doctor. This will help to avoid further complications and disorders in the functioning of gastrointestinal tract.