David R Neiblum, MD, FACP, FACG, AGAF Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

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Keywords/Search Terms:

Crohn's, ulcerative colitis, polyps, colon cancer, esophageal cancer, Barrett's, gastric cancer, pancreatic cancer, endoscopy, colonoscopy, perforation, pancreatitis and fluid mgmt, diverticulitis, ulcers, bleeding, PEG tubes, hepatitis, cirrhosis, celiac, GERD, reflux, ischemic bowel, guidelines


MD, Temple University School of Medicine; BS, Union College

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Additional Information

Dr. Neiblum has been a practicing, board-certified gastroenterologist for 27 years, and is the senior partner of a large GI practice in a Philadelphia suburb. He is a fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology, the American Gastroenterological Association, and the American College of Physicians, and has personally performed over 25,000 endoscopic procedures, including diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy, upper endoscopy, and PEG feeding tube placements. He is an expert on current practice guidelines including colonoscopy screening guidelines and appropriate intervals for both high risk (such as those with a family history of cancer, or those with Ulcerative colitis) and average risk patients. Dr Neiblum is also an expert on appropriateness of endoscopic and imaging procedures for particular patient complaints, and when such procedures are NOT indicated. In addition, he is an expert on treatment of acute pancreatitis, especially fluid management of such patients. Dr Neiblum answers all emails and phone calls within 24 hours, usually much sooner. He has been named a Top Doc in Main Line Today, and in Philadelphia Magazine and Castle Connolly Top Doctors for the last 9 years. He has reviewed dozens of legal cases for medical malpractice, both for the plaintiff and defense, and has performed GI-focused IME exams as well for insurance claim cases.