3 Signs That Say You Need a Colonoscopy! | October 6th, 2018

A colonoscopy is never thought of as a pleasant experience, but it needs to be done when it does. Often, we delay and neglect many signs of our body that later go on to become dangerous to our very existence. This is why it is very necessary, that we pay heed to the signs of Read More…

3 Benefits Of Greek Yogurt And Why It’s Good For Your Gut? | October 3rd, 2018

Greek yogurt has seen a massive rising in its popularity over the last 10 years and rightfully so. The superfood has multifaceted properties that can get you all the good things and make everything from your gut to your skin look a lot better. The specialty of this food lies in the extra bit of Read More…

Here’s Why Your Gut Is Not Cleaning Up Like You Want It To! | September 28th, 2018

Wind problems and constipation can be embarrassing and a real problem for you and your health. Lately, if you have been facing such issues where you feel that your gut is not clear, then you should probably look for the possible reasons in this blog. Here, we are going to let you in on why Read More…

Cologuard Technology



Testing for colon cancer just got easier. If you don’t already know, Cologuard is a new competing technology for colon cancer screening that is simple and ease of use. It involves no prep, no sedation, and most importantly, its effective. What exactly is Cologuard? Cologuard is a cancer detection test. Specifically, it tests for genetic Read More…

Vernon Receives Recognition – North Carolina Gastroenterologist



The practice of Kurt Vernon, MD, The GI Guy, is proud to announce that we have received a ‘Tier 1 Designation”, a high quality recognition from one of the nation’s largest health insurers – Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC.  BCBSNC Tiered Network utilizes administrative claims data to identify high quality, low cost providers and Read More…

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