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You Can Be Free of IBS for Life!

home-image-3Dr Wangen has been free of his IBS for 20 years and that’s his goal for every patient that comes into the IBS Treatment Center. Read Dr. Wangen’s IBS story. Most of our patients have sought treatment from other doctors with poor outcomes. Don’t give up. We have had success with patients who went to top clinics such as Johns Hopkins, the Mayo Clinic, and the Cleveland Clinic but didn’t find help there. Some patients need just a few appointments to completely resolve their IBS issues.

We work with patients from all across the US and around the world, so don’t let your busy schedule or frequent travel discourage you from getting the answers – and results – you deserve. The IBS specialists at our clinic will determine the cause of your IBS and focus treatment on the underlying issue so you can be IBS-free for life.

Contact the IBS Treatment Center in Seattle or Santa Monica today – we’ll help you take back control of your life.

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staff2What an amazing year 2015 has been! We met many wonderful people who used to suffer from IBS and who now are back to the lives they thought were lost forever. Your comfort brings us joy! We also welcomed some amazing talent to our team. At the IBS Treatment Center we are proud to offer you a full-spectrum approach to your dietary health and wellness.

We understand what a huge impact IBS has on a person’s life. Many of us who work at the Treatment Center suffered through the ups and downs of digestive problems and endured diagnosis and remedies from doctors who didn’t quite “get it” or who seemed to dismiss our complaints instead of taking them to heart. It can be a frustrating path without the right support.

That is why we want you to feel supported 24/7 with quick access to our resources and information about what we can do for you. We would also like to introduce to you our new website! You will find it simpler to use than our old site, complete with background information about our doctors and specialists. You can even order the high-quality products recommended by our staff. It’s friendly, helpful, and tells you what you need to know—just like visiting one of our offices.

So during the festive time of year when that list of naughty foods you should avoid gets lost in the holiday cheer, please remember we are just a click away. We are always ready and willing to help you get back on track.

Our wish from the IBS Treatment Center to you and yours is a new year filled with great health, good friends, lots of cheer, and a happy gut. Because when you feel good on the inside, everything seems better on the outside.

Happy Holidays!
From All of Us at the IBS Treatment Center.

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staff2Bruce loves the holidays. And he dreads them, too.

Every year, Bruce gets anxious about the trip to visit his family for the holidays. Will he get there without an embarrassing incident? Will the drive be miserable because of his constant worry of finding a bathroom when he urgently needs one?

And then there is the problem of what to eat while he’s away from home. Family dinners and fancy restaurants are supposed to be fun, but Bruce can never be sure if they will end well. While catching up, reminiscing, and joking with loved ones, the thoughts in the back of his mind are about whether he’ll have a sudden need to rush to the bathroom and if it will be available when he is desperate.

Bruce doesn’t want to be rude by being picky about what goes on his plate, but it’s hard to tell which dishes will trigger an episode. Plus, dining at restaurants always seems to bring out the worst in Bruce’s digestion issues. He can’t figure out why restaurant food should be worse on his digestive tract than a home-cooked meal, but it often causes him problems. The unpredictability of dining out is stressful for Bruce.

For years, Bruce’s doctors told him that being anxious makes his irritable bowel condition worse. For many people, it’s actually the other way around.

It would be easier for Bruce if he just stayed home alone. But no one should have to forsake the holidays because of digestive problems. Your friends and family are an important part of your life and it is especially nice to be with them at this time of the year.

Fortunately, Bruce has developed some tactics that make the holidays less nerve-wracking and more enjoyable.

Here are 7 tips to help you not only survive, but actually enjoy the holiday season.

1. Shop For Gifts Online

You can get just about anything online these days. And what better way to relieve the anxiety of venturing out than by getting all your shopping done from home? This is an easy one that can make a big difference.

2. Get a Bathroom App

Your smart phone is smarter than you think. It can locate the nearest bathroom just about anywhere you are, and you can read reviews about its cleanliness and comfort ahead of time. This is great for planning your travel route and will help you feel more confident on the road. And while you’re sitting there, why not add your own review? It’s better than scratching your favorite prose on the stall wall! Some of the most popular apps for both Androids and iPhones are Toilet Finder, SitOrSquat (by Charmin®), and Flushd.

3. Be a Giver

This works if you already have some idea about how to manage your diet to minimize your episodes of bowel distress by managing your diet. When it comes to dinner parties, bring or prepare a dish or two that you know won’t
cause you problems. And make it tasty so everyone will enjoy it. You don’t need to tell them your dish is special or different. Just tell them it’s something you wanted to share.

4. Eat Before You Go

This is a simple and effective idea that can make the difference between feeling good and rushing out of the
party. If you know what is safe for you to eat, then eating ahead of time will help with two problems. First, you’ll be more confident about venturing out of the house. Second, you will already be full so you won’t be as tempted to consume other things that could cause you trouble.

5. Research the Restaurant

Once you know where you’ll be dining, call ahead to find out what your options will be. Can they accommodate a
special request if you ask for a modification of a menu item? Or can they make you something that would suit you better? Even looking at the menu online before you go can help you plan. Doing a bit of research means you won’t have to ask your server as many questions to learn about your options, and you won’t have to work as hard to communicate your needs.

6. Be the Host

Hosting the party allows you to control all the variables. You decide what food is available. Your own, comfortable bathroom is nearby. You don’t have to travel anywhere. And it’s fun! Invite your friends and relatives over and enjoy the
holidays by relaxing at home.

7. Decorate Your Bathroom

Yes, you read that right. If you’re going to be spending some extended time there, why not make it more
festive? Put something fun in the loo to commemorate the season.

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staff2From a recent patient of the IBS Treatment Center.

In 1990 I was diagnosed as having either Crohns disease or IBS. They were not sure which. Regardless, it took a serious toll on my health and on my liver.

I was treated with some drugs and after a long period of suffering, it subsided.

In September of 2014 I began to have reoccurring symptoms. It started out with some abdominal pain, then quickly moved to 2 minute warnings to find a bathroom about 10-15 times a day.

Horrible to say the least. I went to the same doctor that had treated me previously and I was put on the same regimen of sulfa drugs and PREDNISONE.

I continued to get worse, so the prednisone was increased more and more as were other drugs like Pentasa. I still had no relief.

Now the doctor was talking about suppressing my Immune system with a Imuran, and if that failed Humera was discussed.

About a month earlier I had watched an interview on TV with Doctor Wangen and a female patient. She was describing all the symptoms that I was having and the terrible change in lifestyle that goes with it. I related.

I had told my Gastroenterologist that I felt there had to be some CAUSE for what was happening to me.  The answer was always “This just happens sometimes we don’t know why”. Next stop, more powerful drugs.

I made the decision to call the IBS center. I made an appointment and I am so grateful that I did.  After suffering for about 6 months I finally went into the IBS clinic … in March of 2015.

I didn’t write this email right away because I wanted to see what the long term results would be.  My Gastro doc AND the liver doc were “skeptical.”  The Gastro doc and liver doc only know how to treat symptoms. Its the old saying “To a carpenter, everything is a nail”. They use drugs.

For the most part, I feel cured.  I cant even imagine what drugs I would be on now, or what new side effects I would be dealing with, instead of going to Crossfit 4 times a week and feeling damn good again. Just feeling normal feels good.

JPM

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staff2I am a 43 year old female and I have been having stomach/digestive trouble since I was a baby. My mother used to say I had a “nervous stomach.”


Well, things reached a peak when I was 39. I got to the point where I couldn’t eat or drink anything (even water) after 2:00 in the afternoon or I would be very nauseous and throw up. I spent a year going to the doctors. First my primary care doctor, then a gastroenterologist. They ran repeated tests and only determined that I had GERD.


After a year of throwing up 4 or 5 days out of every week (I lost 65 pounds), the gastroenterologist finally said, “I can’t do anything more for you. This is just what you have to live with.” Well, no way was I going to put up with that answer!!!


I made an appointment with the IBS Treatment Center. Within 2 weeks I stopped being nauseous!!! I was poisoning my body every day without realizing it!


It has been 3 years and I am so much better! No more Tums! No more Pepsid! No more drugs!!!!


I really feel that the IBS Treatment Center has saved my life; I no longer have to cancel vacations or invitations from friends because I am not feeling up to it. (You should have seen me on my honeymoon; I know every bathroom at Disneyland!)


I would (and do!) recommend them to anyone who is tired of having their MD just prescribe drugs to fix a symptom instead of trying to find out what is behind the symptom and treating the cause.


Sincerely,


Terri Coon

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If you have been diagnosed with IBS, it is likely that you have been advised to reduce your stress level.

You may have been told to get regular exercise and adequate sleep, and to practice stress reduction techniques such as yoga, meditation, tai chi, deep breathing, journal writing, relaxation therapy, biofeedback, hypnotherapy, or psychotherapy.

All of these practices can indeed improve physical, mental, and emotional health. They provide a host of benefits, from improved personal relationships to enhanced productivity to increased energy and mental clarity, and they just might help with your IBS symptoms. But chances are they won’t cure your IBS.

It is true that stress can make the symptoms of IBS worse, and that your digestive system depends on relaxation to function properly. Occasionally stress is the sole cause of IBS. But far more often it is due to something else. If you still have symptoms when you know that there isn’t much stress, then there is more to the problem than stress!

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Innate Health GroupQuestion from a recent patient before coming to see us.

“I have been diagnosed with IBS. I am not sure I am a candidate for your center as I have been through a number of trails already from antibiotics, probiotics, enzymes, to detoxifying complexes. I have also been on the Low Fodmap diet since January, and have  eliminated soy, dairy, beans and gluten (though I do not have Celiac). I also do not have Colitis, Crohns, or cancer.

My main symptom that causes my distress is gas, though I have diarrhea too. But the diarrhea I don’t really let bother me, it is just a norm and I usually know when it will come, in time to take care of it. What I would really like to figure out is how do I eat out? How am I going to travel to Europe? Will I ever enjoy Italian, Mexican or pizza again?”

From Dr. Stephen Wangen:

“I am really glad that you contacted us because you are exactly the kind of person that we love to work with and the kind of person that we routinely work with.

Our doctors would like to see the lab work that you’ve had done and review all of the treatments and diets that you’ve done as well. Our goal is the same as yours, to help you figure out exactly what the problem is and the appropriate appropriate treatment for you to get back out in the world doing the things you want to do, like traveling. We won’t just repeat the things that you’ve already had done.

Once our doctors know your complete history and understand it better, then they’ll be able to tell you what is missing and guide you on a path that is much more likely to sort out your problem.  It’s not a guessing game. IBS is our specialty, and solving it requires an IBS specialist.  We also have a wonderful dietitian who will be able to assist you with this process, but you’ll definitely want to see one of our doctors first.  I encourage you to call our office at 206-264-1111 to schedule an appointment.”

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Dr. Stephen WangenNow I am finally feeling like I thought I should. Even more than the treatment, I was glad that I went to the IBS Treatment Center simply because they were the first people to really listen to me and treat me like I was telling the truth. My gastroenterologist actually apologized to me because he hadn’t taken me seriously.

The IBS Treatment Center, on the other hand, was very supportive and seemed to really care if I got better. When I had an appointment, they were not trying to rush me in and out, and were willing to listen to my symptoms and look for a cause rather than handing me a prescription to get me out.

I have been so impressed that I have recommended them to several of my friends, who have all had good things to say. One of my friends called me after leaving their office and she was crying because someone actually believed her. Before seeing them, she had been told by her doctor that her symptoms were “all in her head” and had actually been referred to a psychiatrist! Now her symptoms have improved tremendously.

I would recommend them to anyone who feels sick and doesn’t know why. They will really work to find the problem!

Thanks,
Sarah

IBS Specialist and Gastroenterologist

IBS specialists are experts in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A gastroenterologist may diagnose IBS, but that will only tell you what you already know, that your bowel irritates you.

IBS specialists do not do what gastroenterologist do, and gastroenterologists do not do what IBS specialists do. These are completely different specialties. There is only a very tiny amount of overlap with regard to stool testing. But even this is extremely minor as the IBS specialist utilizes much more advanced stool analyses.

To the IBS specialist the label of IBS only serves as a starting point for further investigation, nothing more. The IBS specialist focuses on assessing and diagnosing the cause of your digestive problems, not on the gross structural integrity of the digestive tract. Rather than focusing on the patients symptoms, or simply treating the symptoms, the IBS specialist is devoted to identifying the condition or conditions in the patient that are causing the symptoms.

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Dr. Stephen Wangen“I wanted to send you an update. I have not once had heartburn or indigestion, both of which I’ve had since high school. I want to thank the whole team at the IBS Treatment Center for all they have done. I continually tell people about my experience with you all and encourage others to make an appointment. You all do such amazing work and I hope that you continue to do so for many year. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart for sparing me years of pain, boxes of Prilosec and surgery!! I will never forget the amazing work you do!”

Best,
Mallory Saffold

Patients have come to the IBS Treatment Center from all over. They have visited our clinics in Seattle, WA and Santa Monica, CA from 49 states and from every continent on the planet.

Some of these patients had even spent a considerable amount of time at the Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic, UCLA, and other major medical centers to no avail. We have treated many doctors, nurses, even faculty from some famous medical schools.

We won’t blame stress, tell you to eat more fiber, or drink more water. We won’t repeat the same tests that you’ve already had and tell you that everything is ok. We’re listening, and we know that you’re not ok. Please let us help you!

The cause of IBS varies from person to person, which is what makes irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the symptoms of diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating and chronic abdominal pain so difficult for most doctors to treat. However, through proper testing you will be able to identify the exact cause or causes of your symptoms and live a life free of digestive problem

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I saw several conventional doctors [who couldn’t help me], so I decided to see a gastroenterologist. He told me that there’s not much that can be done about my IBS.

He told me to reduce my stress, and gave me a list of foods to eat that are rich in fiber. I tried these things, but it hardly made any difference. So I turned to alternative medicine and tried homeopathy, supplements, acupuncture, and an elimination diet…but none of those worked either.

I did some more research and found the IBS Treatment Center online. I decided to take the chance, and I am so glad I did. I’ve been telling people that it was the best money I’ve ever spent! I was so impressed with the whole operation.

– Former IBS Treatment Center patient Amanda McLean

 

What Does a Gastroenterologist Do?

Many people assume that gastroenterologists are experts in all things related to the digestive tract. However, they are experts in diseases of the digestive tract, but not syndromes or symptoms.

Gastroenterologists primarily focus on performing colonoscopies and upper endoscopies. They may also do other imaging work of the GI tract, such as an ultrasound, CT scan,MRI, x-rays, and even “pill cameras”. And they may perform studies that assess the motility of the digestive tract. Therefore, if you go to a gastroenterologist your diagnosis will be based on this testing. Notice that all of the things mentioned so far are visual exams.

Gastroenterology is primarily a specialty in assessing the structure of the digestive tract. Gastroenterologists are focused on diagnosing ulcers, polyps, cancers, and other physically apparent abnormalities of the digestive tract.

Surprisingly, gastroenterologists do not have training in nutrition or most reactions to foods. And though the digestive tract is the single most concentrated area of immune activity, gastroenterologists have no special training in immunology. The tools of the gastroenterologist are all very useful tools – they are really important to diagnose cancers, structural problems, certain kinds of infections, and other problems. But the standard of care for problems other than those is purely palliative (also known as care to make you feel better about having IBS).

IBS Specialist

IBS specialists are experts in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A gastroenterologist may diagnose IBS, but that will only tell you what you already know, that your bowel irritates you. To the IBS specialist the label of IBS only serves as a starting point for further investigation, nothing more.

The IBS specialist focuses on assessing and diagnosing the cause of your digestive problems, not on the gross structural integrity of the digestive tract. Rather than focusing on the patients symptoms, or simply treating the symptoms, the IBS specialist is devoted to identifying the condition or conditions in the patient that are causing the symptoms. There are literally hundreds of different causes of IBS and the digestive problems associated with IBS.

This process involves a detailed evaluation of how the body is responding to the foods in the diet (food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities), and a thorough assessment of the profound ecosystem (including probiotics, yeast, bad bacteria, and parasites) that is contained within the digestive tract.

It may also involve evaluating enzyme production, acid production, and the overall functioning of the digestive tract. IBS specialists do not do what gastroenterologist do, and gastroenterologists do not do what IBS specialists do. These are completely different specialties. There is only a very tiny amount of overlap with regard to stool testing. But even this is extremely minor as the IBS specialist utilizes much more advanced stool analyses.

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What Makes the IBS Treatment Center Different?

IBS Treatment CenterThe IBS Treatment Center is the world leader in the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. At the IBS Treatment Center, we don’t just diagnose digestive problems: we solve them. These include irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, abdominal pain, and other related disorders.

Since 2005 the IBS Treatment Center has successfully treated thousands of patients of all ages, from infants to seniors. We understand the discomfort, frustration and embarrassment you have experienced. We are here to help you.

Patients have come to the IBS Treatment Center from all over. They have visited our clinics in Seattle, WA and Santa Monica, CA from 49 states and from every continent on the planet. Some of these patients had even spent a considerable amount of time at the Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic, UCLA, and other major medical centers to no avail. We have treated many doctors, nurses, even faculty from some famous medical schools.

We won’t blame stress, tell you to eat more fiber, or drink more water. We won’t repeat the same tests that you’ve already had and tell you that everything is ok. We’re listening, and we know that you’re not ok.  Please let us help you!

We are currently running a research study on IBS. Participation in this study is now closed, but we plan to do more studies in the future. If you are interested in participating, please visit our CONTACT PAGE.

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Our intestines are a rich and thriving ecosystem…when we are healthy.

The massive surface of our intestines (about the same as a tennis court) provides everything needed for life – space, moisture, and nutrients. Given the ubiquity of anti-bacterial products in our society, many people are surprised to learn that they have about 10 trillion bacteria living in their intestines. But not only do we have bacteria lining our digestive tract, we desperately need them.

There are basically three types of micro-organisms living in our intestines:

  • Good bacteria;
  • Bad bacteria/microorganisms; and
  • Disease organisms

The good bacteria include species and strains that we evolved with, like acidopholus and bifidobacterium. These are an essential part of our digestive systems and we would not survive without them. They help us to digest food by producing enzymes, manufacture some of the essential nutrients that we need to live, assist in the development of our immune system, and prevent infection by occupying the space in the intestines that unwelcome organisms would thrive in, if they could.
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gI_SignImage.jpgWe received the following letter from a recent patient.

It is truly amazing that with all the research on this subject, (including double-blind & placebo controlled studies), that widespread testing for food allergies is still not done.

Dr. Wangen,

When I came to see you for migranes I felt as though I was making a “last ditch” effort. I had suffered from headaches since I was about 12 years old and the preceding 3 years had become unbearable. At the time I saw you I had had the same headache for about 8 months. I was miserable. (The headache before that had lasted 18 months!)

Many times over the years I had asked various healthcare providers if something I was eating was making me sick. EVERY single one of them told me that food allergies do not cause migraines. And yet that was the first thing you tested me for! The three weeks I waited for my blood test results seemed like forever. When the test results did come back they showed that I was highly reactive to dairy, eggs, and sesame and reactive to other foods as well though not as severely. I left your office a bit overwhelmed and wondering how on earth I was going to eat. I had a good cry in the car and then stopped for a cheese burger on a sesame seed bun on the way home. Then I cried again. My tears were in part because I felt so consumed by this new information, and in part because I finally had a possible new solution to ridding myself of the constant pain.

After that final cheeseburger I never looked back. I eliminated every single item that my blood testing indicated could be a problem. Of course it was a huge challenge at first to change my diet so drastically. But it proved to be absolutely worth it. After about 3 weeks my headaches started to lessen.

It wasn’t every day anymore.

After about 5 weeks I felt significantly better. That was all I needed to keep me going! My son (aged 8) noticed that mommy was more “fun.” He commented about how good it was that I wasn’t always in bed. Heartbreaking for me to hear, but he was right.

For a long time I was committed to the new diet and I did not stray from it one tiny bit. I eventually decided to try one of my old favorite foods. I quickly learned that my digestive system no longer tolerated eggs and dairy and the next day I had a headache which lasted for 5 days. This seems to be a predictable pattern as I have tried a few other foods in the past 6 months. At this point I am not interested in trying to add back any of the foods which I tested positive for (although I may consider having some Creme Brulee on my birthday in August…).

My headaches are not entirely gone. But now I know any new headache will only last a day, maybe 2, and then it will end. I previously had headaches that didn’t have endings. Knowing that any headaches now will end makes it much easier to cope.

When I think about the time and money spent over the years on EEG’s, MRI’s, CT scans, a cabinet full of prescription drugs, biofeedback, and more I want to scream! My neurologist at that time told me that there was nothing more he could do for me, he didn’t need to see me again.

All this to tell you how much I appreciate you! Previously, I couldn’t imagine the migraines would ever end, and yet they have! I appreciate everything you have helped me with. THANK YOU!!

Sincerely,
Darcie

While we focus on IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), it is amazing how many other health problems are related to immune system food reactions and other digestive issues. If you would like to read more about the science behind food allergies and headaches, check out links at the Food Allergy and Intolerance Foundation and these studies:

Alpay et. al. (2010). Diet restriction in migraine, based on IgG against foods: A clinical double-blind, randomised, cross-over trial. Cephalalgia. 2010 July; 30(7): 829–837.doi: 10.1177/0333102410361404. [Full Text]
and

Arroyave Hernández et. al. (2008)
. Food allergy mediated by IgG antibodies associated with migraine in adults. Rev Alerg Mex. 2007 Sep-Oct;54(5):162-8.

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Our intestines are a rich and thriving ecosystem, when we are healthy. The massive surface of our intestines (about the same as a tennis court) provides everything needed for life – space, moisture, and nutrients.

Given the ubiquity of anti-bacterial products in our society, many people are surprised to learn that they have about 10 trillion bacteria living in their intestines. But not only do we have bacteria lining our digestive tract, we desperately need them.

There are basically three types of micro-organisms living in our intestines: Good bacteria; Bad bacteria/microorganisms; and Disease organisms.

The good bacteria include species and strains that we evolved with, like acidopholus and bifidobacterium. These are an essential part of our digestive systems and we would not survive without them. They help us to digest food by producing enzymes, manufacture some of the essential nutrients that we need to live, assist in the development of our immune system, and prevent infection by occupying the space in the intestines that unwelcome organisms would thrive in, if they could.
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A recent article from the NY Times highlights the incredible cost of hospital care in the United States.

Hospitals and clinics have very complicated pricing and different patients pay different fees for the same exact services. 

What you end up paying is often much more than you would expect.  You won’t know what you finally owe until your insurance company has processed your claim.

The IBS Treatment Center is part of a growing trend in healthcare – we publish our prices, charge everyone the same, and our fees are substantially lower than the same services would be from an insurance contracted provider.  Patients with health insurance that includes out-of-network care get reimbursed at their out-of-network rates. 

Price of just one colonoscopy at UCLA Medical Center (not including physicians fees, medications or follow up) is $1788 according to their published chargemaster.

Typical patient costs at the IBS Treatment Center total (including doctors fees, testing, and medications): $1500.

Patient outcomes matter too.  Most patients with IBS do not find that they are able to reach their health goals.  But at the IBS Treatment Center, the vast majority of IBS patients are able to dramtically reduce or completely end their IBS.

The Bottom Line:

The IBS Treatment Center is far more successful than any major medical institution, and costs far less.


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gI_SignImage.jpgThe IBS Treatment Center regularly sees patients from around the United States and from around the world. With two clinics (one in Seattle and one in Santa Monica), the clinic recognizes the need to make it easier for potential patients to reach out and speak with a doctor.

The Center now offers 10-minute pre-consultation appointments by phone or online (Skype) with one of our doctors.

This is a great chance to learn more about the IBS Treatment Center and what we do.

The cost is $65. No diagnosis or treatment can be provided until you come in person to one of our clinics. If you choose to come in to one of our clinics, we will deduct the $65 from the cost of your first consultation. Your first consultation is usually just $199.

Register for a pre-consultation by clicking HERE to visit our registration page.

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