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Total Gut Restoration

“All Disease Begins in the Gut” -Hippocrates

This quote is thought to be about 2500 years old and proving to be true in todays times. Ten years ago we didn’t know we had a microbiome. This microbiome, that everyone is talking about, is like our garden and it houses microbes that are estimated at about 100 trillion cells, outnumbering human cells 10 to 1.  We have learned that our gut bacteria is crucial to optimal health. These bacteria breaks down food to release energy, and produces vitamins.  They also regulate many of our bodily functions: from supporting our brain function, controlling our immune system, to influencing our hormones, our metabolism and our weight.  Imbalances within the microbiome can create havoc and numerous symptoms that often are a result from our diets, environmental toxins and our emotional health.  Disease processes like Rheumatoid Arthritis, Autoimmune Illness, SIBO, Irritable Bowel, Anxiety and Depression are all examples of the expression of an imbalanced microbiome.  We now can test and look at the microbiome and identify where the weaknesses are and create personalize strategies to regain balance and see increased sense of health and wellbeing. 

Your gut health is a priority for us, as we walk through the healing journey together at AustinMD.  Schedule your consultation today!


Gut Restoration

Functional Medicine Functional medicine is a holistic, patient-centered, collaborative healthcare approach that searches for the root cause of an illness, and works on reversing it and.


Your Safety Matters, Austin

Here’s our commitment to you:

  • AustinMD closely follows the CDC and city of Austin guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Employees and patients will be screened for COVID—19 by conducting a temperature check and answering a few questions.
  • ALL patients and staff will practice social distancing inside the clinic while possible, and assure to wear a face mask while present in common areas of space.
  • All commonly used areas and shared spaces will be sanitized in between patients and hourly at minimum.
  • All equipment will be wiped down and sanitized in between patients.