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Catherine, Bridgewater

"Dr. Pou is very thorough and explains things well. He made me feel confortable as well. I was very impressed with the photos and report!" … read more

Angela, Buena Vista

"Dr. Pou made a necessary procedure into an experience that was not unpleasant. His fabulous staff goes the extra mile. I will recommend Shenandoah Valley Gastroenterology to my friends and family … read more

Mark, Elkton

"Dr. Pou seems to care about his patients. That's very rare these days." … read more

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Affiliates

We are proud to be affiliated with these organizations (links open in a new window)

Screening Saves Lives - Reaching 80% by 2018
Javier A. Pou, MD is a member of American College of Gastroenterology [ACG]
Javier A. Pou, MD recognized by leading gastrointestinal medical society for eduction achievement Javier A. Pou, MD is a member of The American Gastroenterological Association [AGA]
Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Testimonials

Augusta Health, Fishersville

"Dr. Pou has been involved in … setting a reputation for quality and excellence that has helped the [gastrointestinal program] grow in referrals" … read more

Robert, Churchville

"I recently had a colonoscopy at your facility. Dr. Pou and the entire staff were exceptionally pleasant and reassuring and did everything possible to make certain I was comfortable" … read more

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2017 Interview

Bob Corso of WHSV TV3 interviews Dr. Javier A. Pou about what happens during a colonoscopy and who should have a colonoscopy.






Know what to expect before your procedure

We added more videos to our resources page. Take some time to watch them so that you will know how to prepare, what to expect during your upper endoscopy or colonoscopy, and post procedure information. Let us know if you have any questions before your appointment! We are here to help you.


Download your FREE book on Colonoscopy

Colonoscopy For Dummies will teach you some important things you need to know about this routine procedure, including


Why is a colonoscopy preventative healthcare?

Colonoscopy may be recommended as a screening test for colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Annually, approximately 150,000 new cases of colorectal cancer are diagnosed in the United States and 50,000 people die from the disease. It has been estimated that increased awareness and screening would save at least 30,000 lives each year. Learn more …

Click on the image above or here to learn more about Colorectal Cancer and why you should schedule a colonoscopy for yourself or a loved one today.