Experiencing any of the following?
If you suffer with digestive symptoms and have been diagnosed with IBS, we can help.
If you’ve been diagnosed with IBS, we are here to tell you what actually works, what the new science is telling us and help you navigate the abundance of digestive health information out there. With the right tests for your symptoms and unique health history, we can help you understand what is causing your IBS, so that you can treat the cause.
At Whole Medicine Wellness Centre, we take a holistic view of your health by identifying the functional and physiological factors that are at the root of your IBS symptoms.
Experience frequent abdominal pain and cramping?
Suffer from gas and bloating after you eat?
Have diarrhea or constipation (or both!) on a regular basis?
Digestive concerns negatively impact your daily life?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, and your doctor has diagnosed you with IBS, you aren’t alone! 10% of North Americans suffer daily with IBS, it’s not in your head and you don’t have to live with it. Let our certified Naturopathic Doctors show you how to get control of your symptoms; once and for all.
Identify and Treat the Cause of Your Symptoms with Kanata IBS Clinic
The IBS and SIBO Program at Whole Medicine is for people who aren’t satisfied with just managing, and living with their digestive symptoms. At Whole Medicine, our goal is to identify and treat the cause of your symptoms to improve your quality of life for the long term!
What are IBS and SIBO?
What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?The longstanding definition of IBS is a chronic, gastrointestinal disorder with an unknown cause. IBS is currently considered a “diagnosis of exclusion”.Learn More
What is Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)?Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is simply an overgrowth of bacteria that should be in the colon, but have moved up into the small intestine. It is one of the leading causes of IBS, affecting up to 85% of IBS sufferers.Learn More
Helpful IBS & SIBO Resources
The Low FODMAP Diet for IBS - Is It Helpful or Harmful?This diet came by its catchy name because of the types of dietary carbohydrates that it eliminates. The FODMAPs are Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, And Polyols.Learn more