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The most important part of treating IBS at our clinic is getting the right diagnosis. Once we have determined the cause of your symptoms (hint: IBS is a symptom, not a cause) we can begin your targeted treatment program.
We will lead you, step-by-step, through the appropriate supplements, diet & lifestyle changes to get you on the road to relief. All our patients are unique and so we work closely with you to ensure that you are on the right track and make adjustments to your plan as needed.

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How is IBS Treated:


Finding the cause of your IBS will determine how you are treated. Naturopathic treatments can vary from supplements to heal your digestive tract and assist your digestion, to diet and lifestyle changes that will relieve your symptoms and allow your gut to heal.

How is SIBO Treated?


You don’t need to live with the daily discomfort of Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). We offer testing and treatment for SIBO so that you can restore your gastrointestinal health and get back to a normal life. We offer protocols using herbal therapies and temporary dietary changes that have been proven helpful. Once the bacteria have been treated, we will teach you how to minimize the risk of recurrence of SIBO.

There are 2 phases in SIBO treatment:

1. Eliminate the Bacteria

In order to successfully treat your digestive symptoms, we must get rid of the bacterial overgrowth. We typically accomplish this using a set of herbs that has been clinically studied for this purpose. During this phase, patients will often begin to see improvements in their digestive and other associated symptoms.

2. Gut Healing and Restoring an Effective Migrating Motor Complex.

The second phase focuses on gut healing and restoring an effective migrating motor complex. Many people have lived with a damaged and dysfunctional digestive tract for years due to the use of stomach acid medications, pain medications, eating an unhealthy diet, past digestive infections and SIBO bacteria itself. This phase is critical in preventing a return of symptoms for long-term health.