What kind of dr do u see colonoscopy?

GI doctor. Colonoscopy is a procedure typically performed by a gastroenterologist for the screening and detection of colorectal cancer and precancerous lesions, usually after age 50.
An expert! The most important measurement that reflects the quality in colonoscopy is a doctor's adr (adenoma detection rate). Unfortunately, there is tremendous variability in adr. The minimum should be 20. If you can't get your doctor's adr, find another doctor! doctors with adr above 20 provide ten times the protection from colorectal cancer.
Gastroenterologists. Gastroenterologists are physicians that would do colonoscopy for pt at age 50, or 45 in certain high risk ethnic as african american, or sooner depend on family history-10 yrs of the last family member with colon cancer.