KMC Gastroenterology recognizes that obesity is a chronic disease and we are pleased to be able to offer new, minimally invasive solutions, like ORBERA™, to help transform the lives of patients before their disease progresses and requires more invasive treatment. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved ORBERA™ to assist adult patients suffering from...
Kansas Medical Clinic, PA, is a multi-specialty group of healthcare providers in Northeast Kansas. Our specialty clinics include gastroenterology and endoscopy center in Topeka; dermatology in Topeka, Lawrence, Manhattan, Leawood, and Shawnee; a pathology lab in Topeka; medical spas in Topeka, Lawrence, Manhattan, Legends, Overland Park, and Shawnee; and a plastic surgery practice in Topeka.
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KMC Gastroenterology was featured in the current issue of MD News. Please read the article below, which originally appeared on MD News’ Website. Patient care is at the forefront of each decision made by the staff of Kansas Medical Clinic, PA, and KMC’s Topeka-based Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center has adopted the practice of providing...
Treat and prevent unsightly toenail fungus in time for summer! This time of year with “sandal season” around the corner, we see a number of patients with concerns about their nails. Though nail disorders are rarely life-threatening, they can cause great embarrassment, and in some cases interfere with one’s day-to-day activities. By far, the most...
As a dermatologist with a special interest in hair conditions, it consumes me how many women I see with permanent hair loss from our own styling practices! One common form of hair loss is called traction alopecia. Traction alopecia can be a permanent, sometimes scarring form of hair loss that typically occurs around the hairline...