Gastrointestinal Health Program

Gastrointestinal Health Program

THERE IS A BETTER WAY

Testimonial

Gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms are some of the most common reasons people seek medical care. Millions of Americans are faced with daily GI upset that affects, and at times, limits their activities and enjoyment of life.

Did you know GI problems are also at the root of many seemingly unrelated health problems such as brain fog, mood swings, depression, rashes, and even major systemic disorders such as autoimmune diseases like lupus?

Are you plagued by ongoing battles with GI symptoms such as heartburn, acid reflux, bloating, gas, constipation or diarrhea (or both), or abdominal pain in spite of “normal testing” and a “clean bill of health” from your doctor?

Are you taking over-the-counter acid blockers, stool softeners, laxatives, pain relievers or more several times a week (or perhaps daily, or multiple times daily) to try to help the symptoms but nothing makes them stop for more than a few hours?

Have you been told that you have irritable bowel syndrome, that you should avoid stress, or spicy foods, or received advice from your doctor that implies your GI problems are your fault (what you eat, when you eat it, your stress, etc) and that there is no problem and no cure? Not true, these problems are treatable and not natural to the process of aging!

Long term use of medications, including over-the-counter remedies such as antacids for relief of heartburn are common, but can result in long term health problems. The Sklar Center Gastrointestinal Health Program evaluates food intolerances and uses the latest in cutting edge science to evaluate your GI function.

The Sklar Center Gastrointestinal Health Program looks for the underlying causes of your problem rather than treating you superficially. By looking at you as a whole person as well as your unique history and situation, we are able to develop a curative personal program for healing.

Your personal plan maps solutions to your GI issues allowing your body to restore itself and rejuvenate.