Schedule your colonoscopy by phone: See your doctor for the first time on the day of your colonoscopy. You must be able to pass a physical exam on the day of your colonoscopy in order to qualify. You will need less time off of work. Enjoy same day service.


Compared to other clinics, we DO NOT require a separate doctors visit before the day of your colonoscopy exam. You will be discharged after your colonoscopy exam with a written report, telling you:


  1. Exactly what was done during the procedure.
  2. What to do if a colon polyp or other disease was found.
  3. If a physician followup visit is necessary, whom to follow up with.
  4. Instructions about what to eat and when you should schedule your next colonoscopy exam.     


Colonoscopy Preparation of Choice: Generic Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) 3350/Gatorade Preparation is the ideal colonoscopy preparation of choice because:

  • It does not require a prescription.
  • It is cheaper than all of the other prescription colonoscopy preparations.
  • It has been proven safe in a wide range of patients; including the elderly, diabetic, hypertensive, cardiac and renal as well as those with electrolyte imbalances.
  • Patients can add taste by mixing it with their favorite flavor of Gatorade G2®.
  • This prep is well tolerated by patients, because it is only 1-quart when mixed, and is given in a split 32oz dose regimen.

MAINE

Oakland & Waterville & Augusta

Brian Gillis, DO

SAME DAY  COLONOSCOPY CENTERS : Schedule your colonoscopy by phone. See your doctor for the first time on the day of your colonoscopy. You must be able to pass a physical exam on the day of your colonoscopy in order to qualify. Less time off of work. Enjoy same day service. Schedule Now! Arizona, California, Maine and Missouri.

Schedule your colonoscopy by phone. See your doctor for the first time on the day of your colonoscopy.

Top Rate Doctors & Clinics Specializing in Colonoscopy

Get the test. Get the polyp. Get the cure.

Colon cancer almost always starts with a colon polyp, developing with no symptoms. Finding and removing polyps through early colon cancer screening tests before they become cancerous can stop colon cancer before it even starts. In fact, if all Americans 50 years of age or older had annual Fecal Occult Blood Tests (FOBT), and regularly scheduled colonoscopy exams, annual deaths from colon and rectal cancer could be cut in half.


ARIZONA

Scottsdale & Gilbert & Phoenix

Rick A. Shacket, DO, MD (H)

SAME DAY
COLONOSCOPY CENTERS

A  Colonoscopy  examination is a way for your doctor to look at the inner lining of your large intestine for colon polyps, which can be a precursor to colon cancer. In the USA, over 50,000 lives are saved each year due to colon cancer screening with a colonoscope to remove polyps. Colonoscopy is also used in cases of unexplained weight loss, anemia, and rectal bleeding to look for what might be the cause. See the pictures below.

Colon Cancer  is a disease characterized by the development of malignant abnormal tissue cells in the lining or epithelium of the colon or large intestine. Malignant cells grow rapidly, invading surrounding tissue, or they may spread throughout the body and invade other organ systems.


According to the American Cancer Society, 90% of all colorectal cancer cases and deaths are thought to be "preventable", based on existing approaches to prevention and early detection with colonoscopy.


Who is at Risk?

  • Age greater than 50: your risk gets higher as you get older
  • Having a personal or family history of colon polyps or colorectal cancer
  • Having a personal history of ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease
  • Race or ethnic background, such as being African American or Ashkenazi
  • Type 2 diabetes

MISSOURI

St. Louis & St. Charles

Steven Abbadessa, DO