San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) April 17, 2013
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder with a worldwide prevalence estimated at 9-23 percent. Despite its prevalence, many people remain undiagnosed and unaware that their symptoms indicate a medically recognized disorder.
April has been designated as IBS Awareness Month. During this time, the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders works to focus attention on important health messages about IBS diagnosis, treatment and quality of life issues. In support of IBS Awareness Month, IFFGD will provide the Digestive & Liver Disease Center of San Antonio with complimentary copies of their IBS publication. This in-depth overview of IBS includes information on symptoms, causes, diagnosis, management and treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
The more the Digestive & Liver Disease Center of San Antonio and other medical offices work together to raise awareness for IBS, the greater their ability to impact positive outcomes, such as additional research, increased educational opportunities and improved patient care, for the functional GI community.
Those who want to learn more about IBS or have questions about their own digestive problems can call the Digestive & Liver Disease Center of San Antonio today at (210) 650-9119 or visit http://www.dldsa.com.
About the company:
Digestive & Liver Disease Center of San Antonio provides an array of comprehensive services to treat or diagnose everything from colon cancer and appendicitis to acid reflux disease and cirrhosis of the liver. Led by Dr. Robert M. Narvaez MD, MBA, the Digestive & Liver Disease Center provides patients with the most advanced diagnostic methods available for a wide range of conditions. Everything from colorectal cancer and liver disease to gallbladder problems, heartburn, and more can be treated. As a specialist, Dr. Narvaez will always take the time to consult with patients’ personally and examine their medical history carefully before making any final decisions.
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