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Complex Clinical Study Review
Advanced SIBO and GI Testing

Presented by Jill Carnahan, MD

Accurately identifying gastrointestinal disorders can be difficult. Studies show that many patients diagnosed with IBS actually have conditions such as SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth), pancreatic enzyme insufficiency, inadequate stomach acid, or an imbalanced microbiome. Many of these conditions have overlapping symptoms, and are often characterized by maldigestion and malabsorption.

Dr. Jill Carnahan will review cases and clinical pearls regarding effective SIBO prevention strategies and treatment interventions for GI disorders.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • Common disorders and conditions that may predispose patients to SIBO or GI issues
  • The use of SIBO and GI testing to identify patterns and enhance treatment effectiveness
  • Intervention options to treat and prevent SIBO

Jill Carnahan, MD Jill Carnahan, MD

Dr. Carnahan moved to Boulder, CO in 2010 and then opened her medical practice, Flatiron Functional Medicine in Louisville, CO. She was board certified in Family Medicine from 2006 to 2016, and in Integrative Holistic Medicine in 2005. She founded the Methodist Center for Integrative Medicine in 2009 and worked there as Integrative Medical Director until October 2010.

Dr. Carnahan completed her residency at the University of Illinois Program in Family Medicine at Methodist Medical Center and received her medical degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Bio-Engineering at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.

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