SIBO Symposium Jan 18-19,2014 In Portland, OR + Live Webinar


Dr. Allison Siebecker is thrilled to announce the first ever SIBO Symposium scheduled for  Jan. 18-19, 2014 in Portland, Oregon and by Live Webinar.  

All are welcome to attend this one-and-a-half-day conference, either in person or from a distance via live webinar.  
CE/CMEs are available for physicians (CMEs pending approval). 

We are honored to have Dr.s Pimentel and Weinstock joining Dr. Allison Siebeceker and Dr. Sandberg-Lewis as speakers.  “I can hardly wait to hear what they have to tell us!  Take a look at this phenomenal video of Dr. Pimentel to see the type of information that will be discussed:” stated by Dr. Siebecker.
Dr Pimentel at GALA

SIBO Symposium:
Current Perspectives &
Management of IBS
January 18-19, 2014
Portland, Oregon

Join NCNM and the SIBO Center in welcoming the leading experts in the field who will share their knowledge on the relationship between SIBO, IBS, and other associated conditions.  (Click on “Learn more and Register”  to continue to registration page).
Learn more and Register


What are the best strategies for managing SIBO? Hear three approaches from our speakers, presented in algorithm flowchart form. Test criteria, treatment options, order of treatments, prevention and relapse will all be discussed along with how to handle the incurable SIBO patient.

SIBO Symposium participants will be able to:

  • Apply diagnosis and treatment approaches for SIBO in the clinical setting
  • Understand different options for management of SIBO
  • Understand the role of prevention in SIBO
  • Understand approaches for the incurable SIBO patient


Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Pathophysiology of carbohydrates and gas in symptom generation in SIBO
  • Using and understanding breath testing
  • Discussion of treatment options: Antibiotics, elemental diet, herbal antibiotics, and other treatments
  •  Discussion of various SIBO diets (GAPS, SCD, low FODMAP, Cedars-Sinai), why they helps, pros and cons of each diet, and how to incorporate them into clinical practice
  • Order of treatment for those who need more than one
  • Symptom evaluation and re-testing
  • Prevention, including prokinetics, diet, meal spacing, and more
  • Assessment and treatment options for relapses
  • Incurable case management