Gastrointestinal Problems and Heartburn Can Be Solved With Natural Treatments

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( — March 2, 2018) — Wilmington Functional Medicine Center, based in Wilmington, North Carolina, has announced they can help patients to treat gastrointestinal problems in a natural way. It can help local residents with issues like heartburn, acid reflux and other issues related to GI and Dr. Hilary Rutledge seeks to treat patients with non-medicinal methods where possible.

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Many people around the Wilmington area suffer from heartburn, acid reflux and GERD, while others struggle with their indigestion. When suffering these problems, along with other issues like constipation or diarrhea, it can be uncomfortable and stressful, leading people to wonder how to treat the issues.

Dr Hilary Rutledge offers natural treatment for these issues at Wilmington Functional Medicine in North Carolina. Anyone who struggles with gastrointestinal problems in NC can get in touch for help and guidance on dealing with their issues.

Often with these cases the solution is not in medicine, but rather an all natural solution. However, to find the right answer for each person and their unique case, it’s important to arrange a meeting with Dr. Rutledge in order to find the best solution for the situation.

Dr Hilary Rutledge explains that it’s frequently true that someone suffering from gastrointestinal problems has likely seen a doctor already, and experienced frustration with the situation.

They might have had an exam, and had their blood tested, and even tried some medication, but their problem still persists. The answer to the problem can be in asking the right problems.

Dr Rutledge states, “Because to solve gastrointestinal (GI) problems, you have to ask the right questions. Even if you cover-up the symptoms, you haven’t fixed the problem. If your car engine light comes on, do you slap some duct tape over the light so you can’t see it anymore? You can. But the problem continues, actually worsening.”

This is true of GI as well, and it’s important to get to the source of the problem by asking the right questions. Dr Hilary Rutledge is a functional medicine doctor based in Wilmington, and has helped numerous patients find the right answers to their questions.

Full details on how Wilmington Functional Medicine can help patients in the local area can be found on the URL above.