2015 SIBO Symposium, June 6–7, 2015
Designed for the medical doctor, alternative medicine practitioner, and the public, the 2nd Annual SIBO Symposium features the nation’s leading experts on the topic to present an evidence-based educational program on managing small intestine bacterial overgrowth.
Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a chronic bacterial colonization of the small intestine. These bacteria normally live in the gastrointestinal tract, however, in SIBO they have overgrown in a location not meant for so many bacteria. The bacteria interfere with our normal digestion and absorption of food and are associated with damage to the lining or membrane of the small intestine. These mechanisms in turn lead to myriad other disorders—gastrointestinal, systemic, and neurological.
Mark Pimentel, MD
Gerard Mullin, MD
Allison Siebecker, ND, MSOM, LAc
Leonard Weinstock, MD
Lisa Shaver, ND, MSOM, LAc
Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND
Melanie Keller, ND
Mona Morstein, ND
Ilana Gurevich, ND
I’m planning to attend and look forward to hearing from these experts.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Allison Siebecker on The Anxiety Summit and really look forward to learning more from her and meeting her in person.
You can register for the SIBO Symposium 2015 here