Gastro Center NJ Publishes New Website

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Gastro Center NJ, located in West Orange, New Jersey has announced the publication of their new website. As New Jersey’s premier gastroenterology center, the facility treats a number of digestive issues.

Theodore A. DaCosta, MD, physician at the facility says, “The digestive system is one of the most crucial systems in the body. Not having a healthy digestive system can cause any number of other health issues. We help to keep the digestive system running as it should and treat a number of diseases and digestive issues.”

Dr. DaCosta says that the center prioritizes digestive health for their patients. The team consists of highly trained, professional and experienced gastroenterologists who treat patients with the most updated approaches to digestive health. The center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to meet the needs of every patient.

The gastroenterology center treats a number of known digestive issues including celiac disease, colon cancer, polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, hepatitis, colitis, pancreatitis and more. Dr. DaCosta states that it is a full service medical clinic that is dedicated to patients with digestive disorders.

“When one’s digestive system is not working properly, they feel it throughout their entire body,” Dr. DaCosta explains. “We serve patients with any number of stomach, pancreas, liver, small intestine, colon and biliary tract issues.”

Dr. DaCosta explains that the clinic is more than just a clinic. The team believes that it is important to fully assess each patient and to treat the patient as an individual. He states that no two treatments are just alike, as each is customized for the individual as opposed to the disease or issue.

More on Dr. DaCosta can be seen on his Facebook page at The center states that their new website is designed to provide more information not only on the services that they offer but general information for each of the diseases and disorders that they treat. Dr. DaCosta says that many patients come to the center with digestive issues not knowing specifically what those issues are. He states that the website offers general information about a number of digestive problems that patients may be facing and helpful tips on coping with various digestive problems.

The center provides everything from simple procedures to advanced gastroenterology treatments and care. Dr. DaCosta states that because they treat each patient as an individual, their patients leave the clinic knowing that they matter and that the doctor and his team are doing everything that they can to provide them with relief from their symptoms.

Dr. Theodore A DaCosta, MD has been providing gastroenterology care for patients in New Jersey and other areas for more than 20 years. He states that his two goals are to provide the utmost in care to his patients and to push the field of gastroenterology to greater heights in the medical world. He has won a number of awards over his two decades in service and has maintained professional memberships in national and local associations.

Dr. DaCosta is revered as one of the leading gastroenterologists in the nation. His education goes back nearly three decades, over which time he has learned everything possible about the digestive system in an effort to provide better services to his patients. He states that he believes that giving back to the community is very important, which is something that the doctor is doing through his specialization in digestive disorders.

Those who are interested in learning more can now visit the center on their new website. The website offers detailed information about the disorders and diseases that they treat as well as detailed information about Dr. DaCosta and his staff. Patients in need of an appointment can find contact information on the website to call the clinic to schedule a consultation or use the online contact form to submit an inquiry to the clinic. Map and driving direction information can also be found on the website for those who would like to visit the clinic.


For more information about Gastro Center NJ, contact the company here:

Gastro Center NJ
+1 862-520-1696
59 Main St Suite 1, West Orange, NJ 07052, USA

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