William B. Salt II, M.D., IBS & Gut Microbiome Solutions

William B. Salt II, M.D.

I'm an M.D. graduate of The Ohio State University and board certified internal medicine and gastroenterologist trained at Vanderbilt University Hospitals, where I also served as a chief resident in medicine. I've had a life-long career interest in IBS and most recently the commonly associated dysfunction of the GI tract (gut) microbiome called, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). I have nearly 40 years of experience caring for patients, teaching medical students and residents in training, and educating other doctors.

I am committed to providing state of the art educational information for my patients and the public intended to inform and empower them, so they can work collaboratively with their health care professionals. 

William B. Salt II. M.D.

The eBook is now Available!

IBS
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
A Gastroenterologist
Answers Your Questions

What is it?
Why do I have it?
How can I get well?
 

The ebook is available in online bookstores.

 
 

Written by an M.D. gastroenterologist and IBS expert, this comprehensively illustrated ebook integrates the latest medical science and understanding of IBS with a whole being and mind/brain - body/gut) approach to diagnosis and treatment.

IBS is a functional disease. The term, "functional" means disturbance or dysfunction in how the body works. The ebook explains how and why IBS so commonly occurs with other functional GI conditions (such as heartburn unresponsive to strong acid reducers, upper abdominal pain not caused by an ulcer, and abdominal bloating with or without actual enlargement, called, "distention") and with functional symptom syndromes (such as fibromyalgia, fatigue, chronic headache, back pain, and interstitial cystitis.

William B. Salt II, M.D.

William B Salt II, MD

Dr. Salt received his MD degree from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in 1972. In 1977, he completed training in internal medicine and the subspecialty of gastroenterology at Vanderbilt University Hospitals in Nashville, Tennessee, where he also served as a Chief Medical Resident. Dr. Salt helped to found and practiced with the Ohio Gastroenterology Group for 36 years. He now has his own direct care/pay practice (IBS & Gut Microbiome Solutions), focused upon the diagnosis and care of patients suffering with IBS, SIBO, and disorders involving the gut microbiome.