Probiotics have become one of the most commonly used over the counter drugs for ailments of the digestive system. Only recently, have we found the immense correlation between these microorganisms and overall human health. The research expenditure in studies of the microbiome have increased one thousand fold over the last 10 years, and for good reason. More and more patients are finding success after successful diagnosis and treatment of "dysbiosis" or imbalance of the good/bad bacteria living in the intestine. 

We have specialized techniques to diagnose and treat disease of the gastrointestinal system, due to the vast knowledge and clinical experience in diseases of the microbiota. Please find below, some of the most promising research articles we have examined, and routinely use in our continuing medical practice to help patients from around the country examine and treat their biota to ensure a healthy cohabitation with our human bodies. 

The gut microbiome in health and in disease


The healthy human microbiome


Introduction to the human gut microbiota


Influence of diet on the gut microbiome and implications for human health