Q&A with Dr. Nandi 1 - Should You See a Primary Care Physician or Gastroenterologist For IBS?

Living with IBS is difficult, and effectively managing symptoms can be extremely complicated. Often times, there are more questions than answers, leaving people feeling frustrated and even helpless. In this four part Q&A video series, I will be addressing some burning questions about IBS:

  1. Should You See a Primary Care Physician or Gastroenterologist For IBS?
  2. Is the Medical Community More Aware About Effective Management Strategies for IBS?
  3. Could Other Conditions Cause IBS Symptoms?
  4. What's the Best Way to Manage IBS?

Tune in to part 1, where I talk about the type of health care professional people should see for the management of their IBS. What type of healthcare professional do you regularly see for your IBS? What has your experience been like? Comment below to let us know!


Neil Nandi, MD, FACP is a renowned Gastroenterologist who has dedicated his career to the management, research and education of those afflicted with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) such as Crohn’s & Ulcerative Colitis.

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