Serenity Health Care Center treats a variety of gastrointestinal issues and symptoms, ranging from leaky gut and IBS, to small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO) and abdominal pain.
Our providers utilize a holistic approach looking to treat the whole body, by utilizing detoxification, nutrition, stool and food sensitivity testing, alongside supplements and vitamins, to restore gut health, eliminate harmful bacteria, reduce pain, regulate bowel movements and optimize digestive function.
What Can Cause GI Issues?
Gut health is the number one cause of systemic illness. There are few key components that lead to imbalance, which can cause major disruption in function. Bacterial overload such as SIBO, IBS or IBD are the result. Improper function with digestive enzymes can cause GERD, Ulcers or stomach pain.
Types of GI Issues Serenity Treats
- Overall Gut Health
- Leaky Gut Syndrome
- Food Allergies
- Food Sensitivities
- Abdominal Pain
- Small Intestine Bacteria Overgrowth (SIBO)
- Acid Reflux
- Skin Rashes
- Gut Dysbiosis
- Candida/Yeast Overgrowth
- Parasite Cleanse
- Absorption of Nutrients
How Does Serenity Treat GI Issues?
- Nutrition & Dietary Changes
- Supplements, Medications & Vitamins
- Stool Testing
- Food Sensitivity Testing
- ONDAMED Biofeedback
Labs & Panels
Stool testing is the window into your entire body and immune system. The microbiome is everything to a healthy body. Stool testing can tell us how many good and bad bacteria is present. With GI testing we can see the immune markers, inflammation and if the tight junctions are a problem. Not all stool testing is the same; in order to really determine what is going on in the intestinal tract, you need a test that is sensitive and specific.
Food sensitivities occur in so many fashions. They can be delayed or immediate. Our immediate foods we recognize, but it is the delayed foods that are harder to identify. Getting food sensitivity testing can finally give you the answers about what foods cause problems for you.
Have you ever wondered if the supplements you are taking are really being absorbed? Once you have micronutrient testing done, it can tell you exactly what supplements you need. What form is best for you. We know if you have an absorption issue from the GI tract.