Janet Todorczuk, M.D.

Dr. Janet Todorczuk, GastroenterologistDr. Janet Todorczuk was born in Pennsylvania and received medical training at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. She completed a Gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, Virginia. She received advanced gastrointestinal fellowship training at Washington University in St. Louis in 1989. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology.

Dr. Todorczuk has a particular interest in gastrointestinal disorders of women, and she provides personalized care for all patients 18 years and older. She also has a special interest in inflammatory bowel disease.

Dr. Todorczuk is married and has a daughter. Her outside interests include snow-skiing and bicycling in Colorado and St. Louis.


Medical School - 
Hahnemann University,
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Medical Degree: June 1981.

Internship - 
University of Maryland Hospital,
Baltimore, Maryland, 21201
Internal Medicine: June 1981 to July 1982

Residency - 
University of Maryland Hospital,
Baltimore, Maryland, 21201
Second Year, Internal Medicine Resident: July 1983 to July 1984

Fellowship -
University of Virginia Medical Center,
Charlottesville, Virginia 22908
Gastroenterology Fellowship: July 1987 to July 1989

Washington University School of Medicine,
Division of Digestive Diseases, 
St. Louis, Missouri, 63110
Advanced Clinical Fellow in Gastroenterology: July 1989 to July 1990


Milwaukee Indian Health Clinic,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208,
National Health Service Physician: July 1984 to July 1986

St. Michaels Hospital,
Department of Emergency Medicine,
Physician in the Emergency Department: July 1986 to July 1987

Digestive Disease Specialists, Inc,
St. Louis, Missouri 63136,
Private practice of Gastroenterology: July1990 to November 1999.

St. Louis Medical Clinic,
St. Louis, Missouri 63131
Private practice of Gastroenterology: December 1999 to June 2003.

Specialists In Gastroenterology, 
11525 Olde Cabin Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63141,
June 2003 to Present.


American Board of Internal Medicine, September 1984

American Board of Internal Medicine
Sub-specialty in Gastroenterology: November 1989


American Gastroenterological Association
American College of Gastroenterology


Lashner BA, Todorczuk J, Sahm DF, Hanauer SB. Clostridium difficile culture-
Positive toxin-negative diarrhea. Am J gastro 1986;81: 940-3

Todorczuk J and McCallum RW. Toxic Megacolon in Inflammatory Bowel Disease,
In Taylor, RB, ed. Difficult Medical Management, Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1990.

Clouse RE, Abramson BK, Todorczuk JR. Achalasia in the elderly: effect of aging
on clinical presentation and outcome. Dig Dis Sci 1991; 36: 225-8.

Todorczuk JR, Aliperti G, Staiano A, Clouse RE. Reevaluation of manometric
Criteria for vigorous achalasia: is this a distinct clinical disorder? Dig Dis Sci
1991; 36: 274-8