Celiac Disease and Food Allergies

It is estimated that celiac disease affects as many as 1 in 150 people in the United States. Our Celiac Disease Clinic is one of only a handful in the country and is dedicated to providing cutting edge treatment based on the latest research. Allergic diseases of the intestines including Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) and food allergies are also major areas of interest at Stanford. Our world-renowned researchers are working toward understanding the cause of these diseases and developing new therapies and treatment protocols.

BENEFITS TO YOU

National expertise

Stanford's Celiac Disease Clinic is one of only a handful in the country and conducts world class research. Our physicians are dedicated to making the latest treatments accessible to patients.

Collaborative care

Our multi-disciplinary treatment approach ensures a comprehensive care plan that focuses on the personal needs of each patient and improves quality of life.

At the Digestive Health Center at Stanford, we take a multidisciplinary team approach to provide patient centered care in the diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease, food allergies, and allergic diseases of the intestines. Nutritionists, immunologists, and gastroenterologists work together to help you manage your condition and improve patient quality of life.

Celiac disease & food allergy services

  • Diagnosis or exclusion of celiac disease
  • Expert management of celiac disease patients unresponsive to treatment
  • On-site expert small intestinal biopsy readings
  • Management of celiac disease complications (eg. osteoporosis, anemia)
  • Diagnosis and management of food intolerances and food allergies
  • Collaboration with Nutrition Services and the Gastrointestinal (GI) Pain Clinic

THE CELIAC DISEASE AND FOOD ALLERGIES CLINIC CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION: