We regularly help people from around the country and beyond successfully resolve their irritable bowel syndrome and chronic digestive problems and get back to living their lives. Patients like you, coming from out of town, generally only need to physically come to the clinic once.
The initial visit ensures that your condition is thoroughly evaluated with a physical exam and an extended face-to-face meeting so that you can really communicate with the doctor. During that first visit you and your doctor will choose the testing appropriate to your condition and begin that testing. Then you can return home. Follow up is conducted remotely. Most patients are able to get back to living life on their own terms after just a few consultations.
Preconsultation Phone Appointment! Interested in talking to the doctor before you make the trip and become a patient? A 10 minute pre-consultation phone (or Skype) appointment with the doctor is available – just call us at 206-264-1111. If you are outside the USA and Canada, email us to set this up.
We can help you with travel arrangements. We have 2 locations. The Seattle clinic is located in northeast Seattle near Northwest Hospital and the Northgate Mall. There are several hotels within a few miles of our clinic, which is in the Northgate Pointe Building. For more information refer to our simple guide to general tourist information and hotels. The Santa Monica clinic is in the Santa Monica Medical Plaza, across the street from the UCLA Medical Center, in the greater Los Angeles area. There are many hotels and other services close by. For more information see our Santa Monica tourist information page.
If you have any questions or would like assistance, just ask the receptionist when you call to make your appointment. Our toll free phone number is 1-888-546-6283.
We urge you to consider working us into your travel plans. Hundreds of patients have traveled from all over the world to see us and now live without IBS.
Although the clinics are located in Seattle, Washington and Santa Monica California, patients often come to us from around the USA and well beyond. Over 50 million people in the United States suffer from IBS, and the map below gives you an idea about how far people will travel to have this condition properly addressed.