While not generally considered life-threatening, Crohn’s disease is chronic and complex. But with continuous care and proper diet, patients can go into remission. Because it negatively affects the gastrointestinal tract, you might experience damaging inflammation. This can cause abdominal pain, frequent diarrhea, rectal bleeding, fatigue, weight loss, and other symptoms ranging from mild to severe.
Learning to stay ahead of the pain and avoid complications is key to getting and staying in remission. With therapies that affect diet and nutrition, we’ll work to get you on a wellness plan that promotes intestinal health and keeps you feeling good.