Endoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic technique that allows our highly skilled doctors to visually examine the digestive tract and perform various treatments with precision and accuracy.

During an endoscopy procedure, a thin, flexible tube called an endoscope is gently inserted into the body. The endoscope is equipped with a light source and a small camera that transmits real-time images to a monitor, enabling our doctors to visualise the structures inside the body in great detail. This assists in the accurate diagnosis and treatment of a variety of gastrointestinal conditions.

Endoscopy can be utilised for various purposes, including the detection and diagnosis of conditions such as ulcers, polyps, tumors, or inflammation in the oesophagus, stomach, or small intestine. It is also used for taking tissue samples (biopsies), performing therapeutic interventions or placing stents to alleviate blockages. The endoscopy allows for quicker recovery times and reduces the need for more invasive surgical procedures in many cases.

Our team of specialists prioritise patient comfort and wellbeing throughout the process, making every effort to minimise any discomfort or anxiety associated with the procedure.