A physician with a magnifying glass on the digestive tract depicting a problem with Leaky Gut, which can be treated at Maumee Integrated Health

Leaky Gut Syndrome Treatment

Did you know your gut lining has a surface area of 4,000 square feet? As a result, toxins and bacteria access your bloodstream through tiny gaps in your intestinal walls, causing leaky gut syndrome. This occurs when your intestines are abnormally vulnerable to the different substances passing through them, leading to several issues.

At Maumee Integrated Health, we investigate and work with you to find the root cause of diseases like leaky gut syndrome. We get to the bottom of your issues by discussing your eating habits, exercise habits, hormonal health, how you manage stress, detoxification strategies, and much more. This allows us to get you back to living the life you deserve! Contact us to schedule your consultation today.

Leading the Way to Health Starts in Your Gut

Feel Better,
Live Better

We help patients with digestive diseases, including IBS, Leaky Gut, and Reflux, heal their gut naturally without harmful drugs so they may live with more vitality, comfort, and confidence!

We are Committed
to You

We provide our patients with the best testing, support, resources, solutions, and guidance to look and feel better than ever before. to promote healing from the inside out!


At Maumee Integrated Health, our patients have the experience of being seen, heard, and understood by our medical experts.


All of our patients receive a customized treatment strategy that is tailored to their individual needs and biochemistry.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common leaky gut symptoms include but are not limited to the following:

  • Nutritional Deficiencies 
  • Constant Gas, Bloating, and Diarrhea (LGS may cause irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease)
  • Immune System Issues (LGS’s intestinal permeability exposes your immune system to toxins causing inflammation and diseases like lupus and multiple sclerosis)
  • Skin Issues (inflammation from LGS can cause rosacea, rashes, and breakouts)
  • Mood Difficulties (concentration, disorientation, anxiety, and depression)

After a certified Functional Medicine chiropractor has diagnosed a patient with this syndrome through various testing methods, the next step is to talk about nutritional and dietary changes. Removing certain food sensitivities and supplementing with supportive nutrition may be recommended to assist patients in improving the health of their intestines.