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Gas. Ped Doc In Denver
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Hi, My 21 month old has Celiac and we need a new Gastro. Ped doctor in the Denver Area (we live in Castle Pines North). Does anyone know one?

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We live up in Cheyenne, WY and our ped is sending us down to DCH to see a Dr. Hoffenberg. She said he is "the specialist" for celiac disease. My son just tested + on one test ( not sure which) but with his symptoms my ped and this doc think he is for sure celiac disease.

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Dr Hoffenberg is good, we have seen quite a few peds GI drs in the metro Denver area including him (we saw him for familial polyposis).My only hesitation about the GI clinic at the Children's Hospital, is another dr at the clinic, who you may encounter (on call sometime or for another reason) is AWFUL ! I won't say who it is, but I will send you a private email if you would like.

My son has several very complicated GI problems (short gut, caroli's disease familial polyposis) and also has celiac disease. Our main GI dr is Ted Stathos and we also see dr Ronald Holmes at the same practice Rocky Mountain Pediatric GI 303-869-2121. They are both wonderful drs and really nice people. There is a nutritionist on staff and they have several offices in the metro area including one near Park meadows Mall (very close to Castle Pines North-my parents just moved from there)

www.rmpgi.com

We are very happy with my kids' GI care (I have triplets who all see the GI drs) and I can highly recommend the drs we see.

Good luck with everything. Castle Pines North is a beautiful area enjoy it .

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