SIBO stands for Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. SIBO occurs when the small intestine has become chronically infected with an overgrowth of bacteria.
A doctor will determine if SIBO testing is appropriate for you and an order is required to dispense a kit. Please direct your doctor to www.sibocenter.com for further information or schedule an appointment with an NUNM physician today!
Take a look at the FAQs page. It contains information about the prep diet, taking the test, test results and more.
Many of the foods that people tend to think of as healthy can cause digestive issues for people with SIBO. SIBO diets are typically recommended to manage SIBO symptoms before, during or after SIBO treatments as recommended by your doctor or healthcare practitioner. Learn more about diets, recipes, menus and nutrition.
The SIBO Center does not submit claims for insurance reimbursement for non-contracted insurance plans. We will provide you with all the necessary information to self-submit your claim upon completion of the order. At this time we are contracted with the following insurance carriers: Care Oregon and LifeWise of Washington.
Useful forms and other helpful information is found on the SIBO Forms page.
There are many useful SIBO resources available online –here are a few we find useful.