A newly updated small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) testing and treatment program has been launched by Conscious Medicine, an integrative medicine specialist in Atlanta. Their focus is on getting to the root cause of health conditions so that patients can improve their lifestyles faster.
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The newly updated SIBO treatment program ensures that patients can get the holistic health and wellbeing services they need when dealing with small intestine bacterial overgrowth.
Symptoms commonly include pain in the stomach, bloating, cramps, diarrhea, gas, and a regular feeling of fullness. Alongside this, SIBO is associated with other conditions like celiac disease and Crohn’s disease.
One of the core elements of the newly updated program is correcting nutritional deficiencies. The Atlanta integrative medicine specialist helps patients to get to the root cause of their poor health and get answers to health concerns.
The functional medicine doctor can also help patients to overcome chronic conditions and get a complete picture of the details of their body by testing up to 300 different bio markers.
New patients can get a full 15-minute health consultation to see if they’re the best fit. This is also a chance for them to discuss their unique situation, enabling a bespoke treatment plan to be created.
The team explains that many patients experience lingering health issues that traditional treatments have failed to resolve. They offer four primary services as a way to help with this.
These include lifestyle management, with a focus on identifying and achieving the life that patients want. The team also offers functional nutrition IV therapy, lab data assessment, and neuromuscular rebalancing.
Their functional medicine approaches seek to understand why something is occurring in the first place, so they can address it in the most effective way.
A spokesperson states: “To restore health, functional medicine begins by addressing the root causes of disease for each person. Functional medicine starts with a detailed understanding of your genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors.”
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