PO Box 09784
Columbus, Ohio 43209-0784
Phone: (614) 258-4848
William B. Salt II, M.D.
Dr. Salt practices with the Ohio Gastroenterology Group in Columbus, Ohio. He has spent over 22 years caring for patients with digestive and liver diseases and has a special interest in irritable bowel syndrome, as well as other functional disorders. His primary hospital is Mt. Carmel Health, which is a teaching hospital and affiliate of The Ohio State University and where he serves as a chairman of the Continuing Medical Education Committee and as the Educational Director in Gastroenterology. He is actively involved in teaching medical students and residents in medicine, family practice, surgery, and obstetrics and gynecology.
His students at Mt. Carmel Health have honored him as "Teacher of the Year in Medicine, 1978-79," and as the first nonfamily practice physician to receive the "Family Practice Residency Teacher of the Year 1995-96." His peers have also honored Dr. Salt by including him in the fourth listing of The Best Doctors in America®.
The author of 12 articles in medical journals, and one chapter in a book for physicians, Dr. Salt is also an international speaker on irritable bowel syndrome and functional symptoms/syndromes. Dr. Salt spent over two years writing Irritable Bowel Syndrome & the Mind-Body/Brain-Gut Connection and nearly three years collaborating with Dr. Season to write Fibromyalgia and the MindBodySpirit Connection. He writes, "Fibromyalgia occurs commonly with irritable bowel syndrome. These illnesses, as well as other functional bodily symptoms and syndromes, share a common origin found in the MindBodySpirit Connection. Understanding this is the first step to healing."
Edwin H. Season, M.D., is board-certified in orthopedic surgery. He received his M.D. degree from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in 1971, followed by internship at the University of Virginia. He then returned to Ohio State for his residency and upon its completion, taught orthopedic surgery as an assistant professor in The Ohio State University College of Medicine from 1976 to 1980.