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Welcome to Tennessee Heartburn Clinic

Thank you for visiting Tennessee Heartburn Clinic, the office of Mark A. Fox, MD, FACS. It’s our mission to provide comprehensive diagnostic and surgical care using state-of-the-art technology for a variety of gastrointestinal disorders and diseases of the digestive system like Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). We’re located in Crossville, Tennessee and perform procedures at Cumberland Medical Center. Tennessee Heartburn Clinic is a division of Crossville Medical Group.

This facility complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Click here to learn more.

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Our surgeon has more than 20 years of experience performing minimally invasive and traditional surgeries to treat gastrointestinal disorders of the digestive system, such as:

  • GERD
  • Heartburn
  • Barrett’s esophagus

Click here for more information about our surgeries and conditions treated.

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At Tennessee Heartburn Clinic, our patients deserve excellent care. That’s why we pledge to put our patients first every day, and strive for excellence in everything we do.

Call (931) 484-5141 for more information about our office.

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More than 20 Years of Experience

Click here to learn more about our board-certified surgeon.

Tennessee Heartburn Clinic News

  • Published Clinical Results for the TIF Procedure

    Clinical results to date for the TIF procedure have been comparable to those of conventional anti-reflux surgery. 

  • GERD Intricate Anatomy: Part 2

    Ever wonder how your stomach contents defy gravity and don’t leak out when you hang upside down? In Part I, we discussed all the physical structures. In Part 2, we get into the details of how they all work together. This leads to a better understanding of why heartburn happens. 

  • GERD Intricate Anatomy: Part I

    Ever wonder how your stomach contents defy gravity and don’t leak out when you hang upside down? In Part I, we discuss the physical structures to gain a better understanding of why heartburn happens. 

Read more stories on the Tennessee Heartburn Clinic blog .