Dr. Norman Zittomer
what type of doctor: gastroenterologist
Doctor’s office Address:
Digestive Health Services
8573 E Princess Dr Ste 215B
Scottsdale , AZ 85255
Phone Number: (480) 563-5757
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Excellent doctor and truly a nice man. I like Dr. Zittomer so much, I drive 3.5hrs to go see him. He has a surgery center for colonoscopies in-house.
He is very professional and always seems to be up to date on new treatment plans and doesn't hesitate to try them if what your using isn't working. He is usually very close to be running "on time." His staff is very pleasant and helpful.
His office is dedicated solely to the treatment of digestive disorders.
I have TriWest as my insurance carrier, and they have always worked with my insurance to get my treatment for Remicade Infusions and now Humira. He is big on lab work to make certain I'm safe.
Dr. Zittomer is without a shadow of a doubt, the very best doctor I have ever known. His compassion and sincere sense of caring about my health as well as my peace of mind is a truly unique quality to find among doctors of his repute.
I lost my father to cancer at a very young age and have had a few of my own personal struggles along life’s path. Dr. Zittomer always welcomes me with a smile, a kind gesture of reassurance and the best medical attention a man could ask for.
My name is Alicia, I was recently diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in late May so I have been struggling with this disease for about 8-9 months. I have a extremely tough and chronic case. I could be possibly moving from New York to Arizona in the next year. I’ve been researching doctors for when I get there. Is there any feedback anyone could give me about the Gastroenterologists in Arizona? Please Advise. Feel free to reply on here or email me at my personal email : AB145@outlook.com
These are the medications I am currently on.
Remicade (infusion treatments)
Omepreazole – 20mg twice a day
6-MP – 50mh once a day
Probiotic – pills and activia yogurt
Oxycodone – 10mg four times a day (40mg)
*one thing I deal with is chronic, debilitating pain. My oxycodone is something I take religiously and something I need to function on a daily basis. If a doctor does not believe in prescribing narcotics for this disease, that is something I need to know*