William B. Salt II, M.D., integrative gastroenterologist,
including IBS, SIBO, gut microbiome dysbiosis & leaky gut
The term, enteropathy implicates disease or dysfunction of the small intestine, colon, or both of the gut or gastrointestinal tract, with a triad of symptoms:
- Abdominal pain and/or discomfort
- Gas, (abdominal bloating, distention, flatulence, and rumbling/grumbling)
- Bowel dysfunction (constipation, diarrhea, or both)
"All disease begins in the gut."
The Father of Medicine
"The whole is more than the sum of its parts."
(To doctors) "Each patient carries his own doctor inside him.
We are at our best when we give the doctor who resides within a chance to go to work."
- Albert Schweitzer, MD, Nobel Prize Winner
There is a revolution - a renaissance - in the understanding, recognition, diagnosis, management, and treatment of enteropathies, including IBS, SIBO, GUT MICROBIOME DYSBIOSIS & "LEAKY GUT." The gut microbiome and health are a key to overall wellness. Very few medical professionals are knowledgeable about this and have the time, commitment, and passion to effectively care for patients suffering with IBS and SIBO. I am one of the few.
I have two professional passions:
2. Provide comprehensive education for those suffering with enteropathies:
Education + Enlightened = Empowered.
I proudly offer my new e-learning program entitled, Understanding IBS, SIBO, Gut Microbiome Dysbiosis & Leaky Gut: An Integrative Gastroenterologist Guides You to Empowerment. My patients will have free access to this program, a $549 value. Click the button to review the introductory explainer video and explore my e-learning program on Thinkific.com:
- My ebook, IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome A Gastroenterologist Answers Your Questions
- Visit the Livestrong.com Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Center. I wrote the 8 core articles and serve as the IBS expert.
- Visit MyGutHealthToday.com, where I serve as the gastroenterology expert.
- Read my interview in HealthScene Ohio, published by the Ohio State Medical Board: Gastroenterologist Addresses IBS, SIBO, and Gut Health
William B. Salt II, M.D.