The objective of this section is to maintain communication with professionals and users of our services. It enables us to select and inform users more fully on a wide range of topics that we believe are of interest for prevention, maintaining good health, enjoying culture and improving quality of life.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a functional disorder defined clinically by the combination of abdominal discomfort and changes in bowel habits, with no organic cause.
A colonoscopy is a safe technique in expert hands that enables the direct, comprehensive visualisation of the colon.
It is the most sensitive and effective test enabling the diagnosis of organic lesions to the colon and their treatment. The best strategy for early detection and to treat malignant conditions in the colon is colonoscopy.
Helicobacter Pylori plays a fundamental etiopathogenic role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. The eradication of this microorganism not only leads to a faster healing of lesions, but is also accompanied by a drastic reduction in ulcer recurrence rates.
Obesity is a chronic condition related mainly to food and lifestyle, which is progressively increasing in developed countries.
Correct treatment to overcome the problem is specialised and multidisciplinary.
Being overweight is a condition that evolves into obesity which is why its progress is important to prevent its progress during the phase in which it does not significantly affect the patient’s health.
The colon is a living organ that can be affected by different functional and organic conditions, even in people that have no symptoms. The digestive system is one of the richest, most varied systems in the human body.
The colon, also called intestine or large intestine, is the last section of this digestive system, connecting the small intestine to the anus.