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GI Physiology Laboratory

We use a state-of-the-art esophageal physiology laboratory located at New York Methodist Hospital. Esophageal manometry is performed using a high resolution impedance manometry (HRIM) system that measures both peristalsis and actual bolus movement. The addition of impedance to manometry provides additional critical information to the clinician. HRIM is the emerging new standard for total esophageal function monitoring.

High resolution impedance manometry using the MMS system

Impedance-pH monitoring allow detection of acid and non-acid reflux into the esophagus and forms one of the cornerstones in the workup of patients with heartburn.

If you have heartburn or any disturbance of swallowing, you will need a thorough clinical and laboratory work up. Please contact our office for an appointment.