Sydney, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/08/2015 -- Sydney folk whose lives are controlled by symptoms such as bloating, constipation, diarrhea and abdominal pain have new hope, expert IBS naturopath in Sydney Matt Douglas has an effective, natural, IBS treatment.
A leading Sydney naturopath, Matt Douglas is a university qualified nutritionist & naturopath, who specialises in digestive health and the natural treatment of IBS. A Bachelor in Health Science, Matthew has also earned an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy, and Diplomas in Nutrition and Herbal Medicine.
"As an experienced naturopath in Sydney, Matt is passionate about helping those struggling with IBS and digestive issues. After a comprehensive investigation to discover the root causes of the problem, treatment consists of a herbal and nutritional medicine protocol, with dietary and lifestyle changes, Matt has helped many people resolve their digestive symptoms and live IBS free", said Douglas's spokesperson.
Speaking of Matt's consultancy, clients are assured of thorough treatment of all their symptoms. During the initial consult, Douglas conducts a comprehensive health history, followed by appropriate functional diagnostic testing. He prescribes individualised health diets, and individual herbal medicines & nutritional supplements to optimise digestive health, and resolve symptoms.
To help IBS sufferers, he created the IBS Treatment Programme, which is a comprehensive 90 day plan, which includes consultations, herbal and nutritional medicine prescriptions, analysis of diagnostic testing, dietary analysis, food guide, meal planner, recipes and email support.
About Matt Douglas
Matt Douglas is an expert university qualified naturopath & nutritionist, specialising in digestive health and the natural treatment of IBS. He is the founder of the Digestive Wellness Clinic, which is located in Sydney's Eastern suburbs. For more details, visit https://www.digestivewellness.com.au/
Name: Matt Douglas
Organization: The Digestive Wellness Clinic
Address: Sydney, NSW, Australia