Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF) for GERD treatment

Gas­troe­sophageal reflux dis­ease (GERD) is a chron­ic con­di­tion where gas­tric con­tents move up the esoph­a­gus and cause issues such as heart­burn, dif­fi­cul­ty swal­low­ing and regur­gi­tat­ing stom­ach acid into the throat or mouth. Our Gas­troen­terol­o­gists use tran­so­ral inci­sion­less fun­do­pli­ca­tion (TIF) to endo­scop­i­cal­ly treat GERD to help pro­vide relief from its symp­toms. Dur­ing the pro­ce­dure the doc­tor will feed the endo­scope through a TIF device that will allow them to repair or recre­ate the body’s nat­ur­al bar­ri­er to reflux with­out hav­ing to make any incisions.