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It's time to feel empowered in your health care. Let me help you feel your best today and for the future.


This is my passion. You digestive system lays the foundation for your health. How can you expect to feel energized and mentally alert if you are not digesting and absorbing sufficient nutrients from your food. And that is just the start of how your gut impacts your health. Your gut is also involved in your immune health, hormonal health, and brain health.

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Effective, long-term solutions for your gut. 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome


There is more we can do. Bloating, gas, cramping, diarrhea, and constipation do not have to be your new normal. By optimizing the enteric nervous system (our physical mind-gut connector), we can improve digestion and make daily symptoms a thing of the past. 

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Learn how to stay in remission & prevent flare-ups by reducing inflammatory foods, repairing damaged intestinal lining, and optimizing the microbiome. 

Skin Conditions

(Eczema, Psoriasis, etc.)

If it is happening on your skin, it likely started in your gut. This is why there are not reliable creams and lotions. To treat your skin, you must work from the inside out. 

Post-Concussion Syndrome

Your brain and your gut are connected. Inflammation in one lends to inflammation in the other. Gut healing should be part of the comprehensive approach to concussion recovery. 

Neurological Health

(Tremors, Seizures, & more)

You can't address brain health without addressing gut health. The connection between the two means dysfunction in one will lend to dysfunction in the other. 

Anxiety & Depression

You make most of your brains neurotransmitters in your gut. Many consider the gut to be the second brain because it plays such a large role in our brain health. Inflammation in our gut can disrupt our mood regulation.

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