Chronic Abdominal PainJanuary 15, 2019
Do You Suffer With Chronic Abdominal Pain?
Digestive problems can be so painful, uncomfortable and embarrassing. They can become so bad that you may avoid going out in public for fear of having an “episode”. And if you do go out, especially to a restaurant, you have to make it a priority to know where the restroom is located.
If you suffer with digestive disorders such as IBS, Gerd, Colitis or Crohn’s, I’m sure you remember how horrified you have felt while enjoying a meal at a nice restaurant and the signs of trouble began…stomach pain, followed by who knows what else.
One lady whose digestive problem symptoms include occasional vomiting, found herself feeling “sick” at an outdoor car rally and needed the use of a public restroom…pretty disgusting.
That’s enough to make you want to stay home!
Some of the conditions you may encounter are:
- Chronic abdominal discomfort or pain
- Abnormally formed stools
- Frequent gas
- Increased bowel movement frequency
- Often feeling your bowel movement is incomplete
- The need to locate the restroom in a hurry
- Occasional vomiting
Are chronic stomach conditions curable?
Medical professionals will probably tell you that IBS isn’t curable, but the patients that I have successfully treated and I will respectfully disagree.
I believe that chronic digestive problems are at the root of many other chronic issues such as:
- Thyroid disease
- Chronic headaches, fatigue and backaches
My goal is not just to relieve your symptoms, but rather to end your problems altogether. To do that, together, through specific advanced laboratory testing, and a thorough neurologic examination we will determine the source of your problem…why you developed your disorder to begin with.
You may be surprised at what we discover. Nevertheless, this is the information that will help develop a treatment and therapy for you to find the relief you’re looking for, relief that will eliminate your symptoms and give you your life back!
I’m offering a Free Chronic Digestive Workshop, Feb 2, 2019 at 12:00 p – 1:30 pm. If you struggle with chonic abdomnal pain, you’ll want to sign up! For more information and a downloadable, printable flyer, Click Here.
I care about your health and want to help you improve your life.