Qualifications & Standards
“FMT, in my opinion, is the best thing that happened to me ever!
I have my life back and can function like a ‘normal’ person.”
Taymount Clinic – FMT Treatment & Gut Flora Experts
Taymount Clinic are known internationally as a specialist centre for the production of tested, certified, high quality gut bacteria and effective, efficient implant techniques
Researching intestinal bacteria since 2006, the Taymount Clinic is now a recognised world leader in applying Faecal Microbiota Transplant or FMT treatment procedures to create a “normal” bacterial environment in patients with a broad range of conditions.
The Taymount clinic provides FMT treatment to normalise gut bacteria in patients with Clostridium difficile infection. The Taymount clinic has also replaced gut bacteria in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis, post-antibiotic Dysbiosis, food intolerance, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.
We are currently offering specialist Faecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) for Clostridium difficile
The UK NHS states, in their advisory website, that FMT treatment is “probably the best treatment currently available” for Clostridium difficile, at this current time.
Find out more: NHS Choices
Current remission for Clostridium difficile infection through FMT
If you have a condition other than Clostridium difficile, please contact us for a confidential discussion.
Please be advised that you must seek advice from your doctor or consultant for any medical condition.
We recommend for patients to continue with any prescriptive medication they have been prescribed, unless directed otherwise by a licensed medical practitioner.Glenn Taylor
The Taymount Clinic cannot supply statistics for any likely clinical outcome as clinical trials are ongoing for many conditions. Please contact the Taymount Clinic if you have any questions you wish to discuss. However we urge all patients and potential patients to discuss the use of FMT for their condition with their primary health provider.