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Digestive Problems

No one is immune from the occasional stomach ache. However, prolonged or irregular issues with your gut and stomach could be the signs of serious digestive problems that require medical attention.

Furthermore, serious digestive issues can reach beyond the gastrointestinal tract and lead to body wide issues if they are not addressed in a timely manner.

Some examples of digestive issues that may require some sort of medical attention include Crohn’s Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatorye Bowel Disease, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Microbial Imbalance, Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), and more.

These diverse digestive issues can have a variety of symptoms that should not just be ignored. Constipation, diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain, belching and gas, acid reflux, multiple and new food sensitivities, all of these are not normal.

Dr. Jerome Craig is expertly trained to discuss the symptoms and causes of your digestive distress. Through gathering proper history and utilizing the appropriate testing, the root cause can be discovered and an effective treatment plan can be formulated just for you. Whether these issues are caused by nutritional factors, other environmental considerations, increased stress, a gluten or other food sensitivity or allergy, or infection leading to inflammation, Dr. Craig has seen it all and can help you on your path to healing.

Dr. Craig considers the gastrointestinal tract to be so much more than just a digestive system. Restoring GI health as quickly as possible is necessary to prevent your digestive symptoms from becoming systemic disease.

If you have been experiencing symptoms that may be connected with your gastrointestinal system and are looking for answers, schedule an appointment with Dr. Craig today!

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