FS Regional Center of Excellence Offers Newest Minimally Invasive Treatments for Barrett’s EsophagusPosted on April 16, 2019
The Center of Excellence for Barrett’s Esophagus at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center has played a prominent role in developing minimally invasive treatments for this potentially life-threatening disease.
If you experience any combination of the following symptoms, get immediate medical attention. Heart attack isn’t the only medical condition that can cause these symptoms, but it’s better to be safe than sorry:
Before you go looking for the latest, trendiest diet, Kristen Clay, a registered clinical dietitian at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, offers these basic recommendations for almost every dieter.