About The Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
If you’ve been dealing with the discomfort and frustration of life with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it’s important to understand you are not alone – and that help is available. When you choose the Orlando Health Digestive Health Institute Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, you can be sure you’re getting the most innovative and advanced treatments and technologies.
Nearly 2 million Americans have IBD, and 70,000 more are diagnosed with the disease each year. IBD — which includes Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and other conditions of the gastrointestinal tract — can cause ongoing symptoms and complications that are difficult to treat.
The Orlando Health Digestive Health Institute Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease is a trusted regional, national and international resource dedicated solely to patients with complex IBD. Our experts specialize in medical and minimally invasive endoscopic management of IBD and its complications.
When you are referred to us, you are in good hands. Your team, which includes doctors, nurses, nutritionists and other experts with specialized training, will create the best possible treatment plan for you. And by offering a wide range of services in a single setting, you will receive a high level of personalized care – overseen by a team of nurse coordinators who understand you, your disease and what it is like to live with IBD.
Our Services and Programs
Our services and specialty programs offer a comprehensive approach to patients with complex IBD. Each treatment plan is designed by a team of experts and customized for each patient.
What is IBD?
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) covers a group of chronic diseases primarily affecting the gastrointestinal tract.
Symptoms and Treatments
The goal of treatment is to gain control over the symptoms to help you achieve remission and improve overall quality of life.
Resources and Support
Support and education are available to help you and your family navigate the challenges of living with IBD.