Acid Reflux is a chronic condition that nearly 40 percent of Americans suffer from. Your lower esophageal sphincter (LES) is able to prevent gastric pressures from forcing acid and bile into your esophagus. But if it is weakened, acid and bile will reflux, causing injury to the lining of your esophagus and cause uncomfortable symptoms including regurgitation, heartburn, chest pain, coughing, and sore throat. At the Southern Reflux Center, we have been helping patients find relief from their symptoms and prevent a worsening condition.

 

Tune into our acid reflux treatment blog to learn everything you need to know about causes, symptoms, and treatment of Acid Reflux. Contact the Southern Reflux Center to schedule your consultation today!

  1. Acid Reflux in Babies

    Acid reflux and gastroesophageal reflux (GER) is not something that affects just adults. Infants can also suffer from uncomfortable symptoms of GER. While it is uncommon for the condition to persist beyond 18 months, today we will discuss some of the signs and symptoms you may see and how you can he…Read More

  2. Home Remedies For Your Acid Reflux

    Many people who suffer from intermittent or infrequent acid reflux attempt to manage their symptoms without the intervention of medical professionals. For short-term reflux caused by food or acute illness, these home remedies are a great option. However, if you suffer from frequent or painful acid r…Read More