Orlando Gastroenterology, P.A. proudly announces Dr. Sridhar Goli, a — pediatric gastroenterologist, has relocated to Central Florida and is now accepting patients. Dr. Goli specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal, pancreatic and liver disorders and has a special interest in nutritional disorders. In addition, he has been recognized by patients for his compassion and has received Vital's patient choice award and was ranked as a top doctor in the New Jersey monthly.
"We are thrilled with the addition of Dr. Goli to the team at Orlando Gastroenterology, P.A., as he allows us to serve a wider range of patients. Parents who already visit our practice can now bring their children to us also, knowing they will get the same great care that we provide to them. Visit our site today or give our practice a call to learn more about Dr. Goli," Paul Clukey, spokesperson for Orlando Gastroenterololgy, P.A., explains.
According to GIKids.org, millions of children suffer from a nutritional or digestive disorder. According to the CDC, 12.7 million children between the age of 2 and 19 were obese in 2012, which equals 17 percent of children in that age range. Obesity decreases a person's life expectancy by as much as 22 percent, thus any nutritional disorder needs to be addressed immediately. Any parent with an obese child should visit a pediatric gastroenterology practice to determine if there are any underlying issues that need to be managed or where the problem lies.
"Poor nutrition often contributes to weight gain and obesity and can lead to numerous medical conditions, including type 2 diabetes. Parents need to schedule an appointment in a timely manner to help a child bring their weight under control and learn proper eating habits. As children are still growing, they have specific nutritional needs that must be met and pediatric gastroenterologists orlando work with individuals every day to ensure these needs are met," Clukey continues.
Children suffering from obesity find that every movement they make takes more effort, thus they may become less physically active. This then becomes a vicious cycle, one where they eat more and move around less. Their self esteem suffers, they may not be accepted by their peers and loneliness can be an issue. Parents need to take this matter in hand quickly and get their child the help they need.
"Contact us today to make an appointment with Dr. Goli. He'll work to determine if the child simply needs to change their eating habits and exercise more or if an underlying problem has failed to be diagnosed. Regardless of where the issue lies, he works with the child and parent to develop a treatment plan that truly works," Clukey states.
About Orlando Gastroenterology, P.A.:
Consisting of a team of physicians and nurse practitioners specializing in G.I. medicine, Orlando Gastroenterology, P.A. assists patients with a variety of gastrointestinal, liver and pancreatic disorders. The practice remains committed to outstanding patient care and treating each person as an individual, rather than a name and number.
Name: Paul Clukey
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Organization: Orlando Gastroenterology, P.A.
Phone: (407) 499-8636
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