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Mitch D Enjoying Food Again After Gastroparesis

Since the procedure, Mitchell has been able to enjoy food again, as well as increased energy and overall well-being.

After eating became increasingly painful for New Jersey resident Mitchell Douglas, he sought to find relief from the worsening nausea and abdominal pain caused by gastroparesis. He then found Dr. Michel Kahaleh, Chief of Endoscopy at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Clinical Director of Gastroenterology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, who performed an endoscopic procedure called G-POEM (gastric per oral endoscopic myotomy) to treat his gastroparesis. Since the procedure, Mitchell has been able to enjoy food again, as well as increased energy and overall well-being.