Michael Ibach
M.D.

Dr. Michael Ibach
Language(s) spoken
English

Dr. Ibach is a 2nd generation physician, whose father, Dr. John Ibach, was a local cardiothoracic surgeon in Jacksonville. Dr. Ibach attended high school at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, before receiving his bachelor's degree in biology from Tulane University in New Orleans. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree in Tampa at the University of South Florida and completed his residency program for internal medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Ibach returned to Louisiana to complete his gastroenterology and hepatology fellowship at Louisiana State University Medical Center, Shreveport, Louisiana. He was in private practice in Jackson, Tennessee until 2011.

Dr. Ibach returns to Jacksonville with his family, and is now based at our Jacksonville Beach location. Dr. Ibach shares information on why it’s important to detect and remove polyps in the video below.

Videos
Postgraduate Education
1992 - 1995
Fellowship, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Louisiana State University Medical Center
1989 -1992
Residency, Internal Medicine
Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Publications

Finan MA, Smith SG, Sinnott JT, Obrien W, Ibach M, Morales R. An interesting case presentation: Peripartum meningococcal meningitis. J Perinatol 1992;12:78-80.

Ibach MB. Predictors of compliance after hospitalization. J La State Med Soc 1995;147:321-324.

Grier JF, Ibach MB, Grafton WD, Gholson CF. Ischemia-induced tissue remodeling: magnetic enteral gastrostomy in a porcine model. Gastrointest Endosc1995;42:354-357.

Ibach MB, Grier JF, Goldman DE, LaFontaine S, Gholson CF. Diagnostic considerations in evaluation of patients presenting with melena and nondiagnostic esophagogastroduodenascopy. Dig Dis Sci 1995;40:1459-1462.

Gholson CF, Grier JF, Ibach MB, McMillan RW, McDonald JC. Late hepatic allograft failure associated with diffuse biliary sclerosis and ductal proliferation.Transplant proc (submitted).

Grier JF, Ibach MB, Jordan PA. Post-emetic laceration of the gastric body: A Mallory-Weiss variant. Dig Dis Sci (submitted).

Gholson CF, Grier JF, Ibach MB, Favrot D, Nall L, Sittig K, McDonald JC. Sequential endoscopic/laparoscopic management of sickle hemoglobinopathy-associated cholelithiasis and suspected choledocholithasis. South Med J 1995;88:1131-1135.

Ibach MB, Grier JF, Goldman DE, Gholson CF. Perioperative endoscopic diagnosis and management of choledocholithiasis. Am J med (submitted).

Grier JF, Ibach MB, Small VW, Spires WV, Nopajaroonsri C, Robles V. clinical pathological conference: 48 year old man with painless jaundice. J La State Med Soc(submitted).

Goldman DE, Grier JF, Coon CC, Ibach MB. Intrashincteric botulinum toxin in the treatment of achalasia: a case report and review of the literature. Am J Gastroenterol (submitted).

Abstracts

Ibach MB, Piszcz-Connelly M, Levine G. A five year follow up of patients evaluated for heme positive stools or rectal bleeding. AM J Gastroenterol 1992;97:1340.

Gholson CF, Grier JF, Ibach MB, Favrot D, Nall L, Sittig K, McDonald JC. Sequential endoscopic/laparoscopic management of sickle hemoglobinopathy-associated cholelithiasis and suspected choledocholithasis. Gastrenterology 1994;106:339.

Grier JF, Ibach MB, Gholson CF. Diagnostic considerations in evaluation of patients presenting with melena and nondiagnostic esophagogastroduodenascopy. Gastroenterology 1994;106:236.

Ibach MB, Grier JF, Goldman DE, Gholson CF. Perioperative endoscopic diagnosis and management of choledocholithiasis. Am J Gastroenterol 1994;89:1656

Goldman DE, Jordan PA, Grier JF, Ibach MB. Circumventing dysphagia. AM J Gastroenterol 1994;89-1731.

Grier JF, Ibach MB, Gholson CF. Magnetic enteral gastrostomy in a porcine model. Gastroenterol 1994;108:104.

Ibachj MB, Grier JF. A randomized trial of sedation and analgesia prior to bedside percutaneous live biopsy. Am J Gastroenterol 1995;90:1622.

Grier JF, Ibach MB, goldman DE, Jordan PE. Ethanol-induced tumor necrosis combined with serial expandable metal stents for palliation of malignant dysphagia. Am J Gastroenterol 1995;90:1559.