Center for Minimally Invasive Treatment of Reflux and Motility Disorders


  • One in four people suffer from heartburn pain at least once a month
  • If you have heartburn twice a week or more often, you may suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Incisionless surgery may be able to correct GERD-related heartburn. To register for our free seminar, click here.

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Center for Minimally Invasive Treatment of Reflux and Motility Disorders

If you are suffering from heartburn, you are not alone. One in four people suffer from heartburn at least once a month with 12% experiencing the burning and pain at least once a week.

If you have heartburn twice a week or more you may have GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). While medications alleviate the pain, they don't restore the natural anatomy and generally don't stop the disease progression.

If you or someone you love:

  • Suffers from heartburn or indigestion
  • Struggles with regurgitation
  • Has difficulty swallowing
  • Is tired of taking medications for these issues

... then our GERD Treatment Team is here to help! Working with our specialized team, we will provide a treatment for your gastric reflux and heartburn to get you back to living your life. A new advanced surgical procedure that is performed through the mouth, without incisions, can typically reconstruct the body’s natural barrier to reflux. Studies show that after the surgery, 85% of patients remained free from heartburn pain and 79% no longer took daily reflux medications.

Free informational seminars on Incisionless Reflux Surgery are regularly offered at South Nassau. To register for one of these seminars to learn more about this easy and effective way to beat reflux, click here.

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