Meet the Gastroenterology Team

Norton Children’s Gastroenterology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offers pediatric gastroenterology care for infants, children and teens. Our board-certified pediatric gastroenterologists provide gastrointestinal (GI) care and treat disorders of the intestinal tract, liver and pancreas, as well as nutritional issues. Our physicians have specialized training to diagnose, treat and care for chronic and acute GI diseases in a way that is “Just for Kids.”

Gastroenterology

Norton Children’s Gastroenterology

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) symptoms in children

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) refers to a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. The two main types of inflammatory bowel disease are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. IBD is common, affecting 1.6 million Americans, including […]

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Photos: Look inside the new Norton Children’s medical/surgical unit

Another phase of Norton Children’s Hospital’s expansion is nearly complete. Patients and staff cut the ribbon to open part of the hospital’s newest medical/surgical unit. The space on the sixth floor features 12 private rooms […]

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An alternative to surgery for chronic constipation in kids with neurogenic bowel

An estimated one in three children suffers from constipation at some point. In fact, constipation in kids is the cause of thousands of pediatrician visits every year, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Constipation […]

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Getting your kids to eat more fiber can fix constipation

Nearly 10 children a day come to a Norton Children’s emergency department for constipation. It’s also the No. 1 reason for stomachaches. Yes, you read that right. Several things can cause constipation, but one of […]

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Keeping constipation away: Grocery store swaps for increasing fiber

With so many children suffering from stomachaches due to constipation, parents need to be vigilant about how much fiber kids are eating. Fiber is a key component in staying regular. Simple grocery store swaps can […]

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) symptoms in children

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) refers to a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. The two main types of inflammatory bowel disease are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. IBD is common, affecting 1.6 million Americans, including […]

Read Full Story

Photos: Look inside the new Norton Children’s medical/surgical unit

Another phase of Norton Children’s Hospital’s expansion is nearly complete. Patients and staff cut the ribbon to open part of the hospital’s newest medical/surgical unit. The space on the sixth floor features 12 private rooms […]

Read Full Story

An alternative to surgery for chronic constipation in kids with neurogenic bowel

An estimated one in three children suffers from constipation at some point. In fact, constipation in kids is the cause of thousands of pediatrician visits every year, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Constipation […]

Read Full Story

Getting your kids to eat more fiber can fix constipation

Nearly 10 children a day come to a Norton Children’s emergency department for constipation. It’s also the No. 1 reason for stomachaches. Yes, you read that right. Several things can cause constipation, but one of […]

Read Full Story

Keeping constipation away: Grocery store swaps for increasing fiber

With so many children suffering from stomachaches due to constipation, parents need to be vigilant about how much fiber kids are eating. Fiber is a key component in staying regular. Simple grocery store swaps can […]

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