Trying to discover why you’re having GI Issues? Looking for the Root Cause of the Issue?
Let’s discuss ways to improve health and focus on preventing illness long term to prevent family diseases.
The most important part of treating SIBO is addressing why overgrowth happened in the first place.
Dr. Holmes hopes to uncover just that. He strives to help patients find relief and answers to GI issues such as SIBO, Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, ulcerative colitis, heart burn, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, bloating and abdominal pain.
Sometimes it takes more than changing one’s diet and supplements to help improve GI health. We will explore removing the underlying risk factors for developing digestive issues to solve and correct the problem.
Dr. Holmes will draw on his experience from working with many GI specialists to interpret specific labs and imaging that will provide clues to system imbalances and provide herbal, pharmaceutical or nutritional advice to help promote healing.
Men’s health matters too. Experiencing low energy? Inability to lose weight? Low Libido? High blood pressure or high blood sugar? Or maybe, you want to prevent the diseases your parents have?
Dr. Holmes offers patients options to manage their health. Not all treatments are created equally and we will strive to find the one that works best for you if it’s pharmaceutical or nutraceutical. Complete your annual blood screening to find ways to optimize your health and prevent diseases long term.
Young men’s health matters too. Let’s discuss ways to improve health and focus on preventing illness long term. There is no better time than now to begin focusing on your health goals.
Dr. Holmes believes that SIBO can be a major impact on one’s health, and treatments need to address the cause. Most SIBO patients have a history of gastrointestinal issues like abdominal bloating, change of bowel habits, heart burn, abdominal pain, brain fog and inability to tolerate many foods. If SIBO is affecting one’s health, here is his approach.
The most important part of treating SIBO is addressing why overgrowth happened in the first place. Without understanding and treating the underlying risk factors, SIBO will come back. Dr. Holmes takes the time to dive deep into the why and provides time to explain how different risk factors can lead to developing overgrowth. With this unique understanding, he achieves much quicker health outcomes and resolution of GI symptoms.