The GI Optimization program takes a 360 degree approach in giving you your life back. No more bloating. No more gas. No more IBS. In fact, no more digestion issues anymore. In as little as 1-2 weeks, the GI Optimization program can start the healing and repair process so you can gain control of your body.


1. Physician Consultation
Work one-on-one with an expert integrative doctor on understanding your goals.

2. Comprehensive Testing
Find the underlying reason for your digestion issues through food allergy and GI testing.

3. Personalized Program
Utilize a combination of multiple medical therapies so you can start healing your digestion system.





How much does the physician consultation cost?

The initial physician consultation is FREE.

What happens during the initial consultation?

Our goal is to understand your health goals during the initial consultation so we can get a better understanding of how to help you. We will review your health history, medication list and answer any questions you may have. The initial consultation is about 30 minutes long. If we believe we can help you and you would like to start the process, we will prescribe food allergy, GI testing and/or comprehensive lab work. We would do a follow up report of findings about 10-14 days later when the results come back in.

What happens during the report of findings consultation?

During the report of findings consultation, our doctor goes over your lab results and what they mean to your overall health. After the review of lab results, our doctor will give you options on which medical therapies you may want to pursue in optimizing your GI function.

How much does the program cost?

Because each program is completely customized to the patient, the program is dependent on your health goals, testing and lab work. Our doctors give options on different therapies so you can choose which one is best for you. Some patient programs are just a couple hundred dollars while others are a couple thousand dollars. You get to choose what you want to do based off of your goals and testing.

I’ve done every type of testing from my GI doctor, what type of testing do you do that is different?

Our goal is to get a complete picture of the underlying issues that could be causing GI issues. For 90% of our patients, their GI dysfunction can be narrowed down to food sensitivities, SIBO or microbiome deficiencies. Some of the testing we utilize are:

Food Allergy Testing: Our food allergy testing covers both immediate and delayed food allergies. This testing can help identifying various food triggers causing GI issues.

SIBO Testing: If our doctors suspect small intestinal bacteria overgrowth, they will prescribe SIBO testing. This tests will determine if you have bacteria growing in your small intestine causing IBS-related symptoms.

GI Stool Testing: To get a complete picture of your microbiome, GI stool testing could be prescribed. Candida, Yeast, Fungus, H-Pylori, Parasites and Bacterial Dysbiosis can be discovered during this type of testing.