Inflammatory Bowel Disease

If you have digestive difficulties, it can disrupt your daily activities. You want expert care from a dedicated team who can provide fast, effective relief. That’s where the experts and specialists at Henry Ford Health System come in.

Our team offers advanced treatment for a variety of disorders affecting the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). When you choose Henry Ford for IBD care, you’re placing your treatment in the hands of highly skilled GI specialists.

Why choose Henry Ford for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)?

Henry Ford is not just a community leader in treating IBD. We have been recognized nationally for our outstanding treatment of IBD. In fact, we have the only two doctors in Michigan with special recognition from the American Gastroenterological Association’s Bridges to Excellence IBD Care Recognition program for outstanding, high-quality care.

We are dedicated to supporting you over the long term for these chronic conditions. Learn more about what to expect during your care at Henry Ford.

Inflammatory bowel disease: Conditions we treat

IBD is a group of diseases that cause inflammation in the digestive tract, which goes from the mouth to the rectum. The most commonly known IBD types are:

Learn more about conditions and treatments related to IBD.

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