Work with a personalized care team that helps you manage your gut health, digestion concerns and reach your goals
Connect with one of our compassionate and encouraging gastroenterology physicians over secure video or chat on the Aila Health virtual care platform.
Your Aila Health Coach personalizes a wellness plan just for you by understanding your unique situation and goals
Get a personalized nutrition plan to help you manage your inflammation
Your care team will share curated educational content about how to manage your chronic illness
When to see a Gastroenterologist?
When you're experiencing the following symptoms:
Diarrhea and Fever
Blood in stool
Bloating and Cramping
Sensation of incomplete bowel movements
Inflammation of skin, eyes, and joints
Meet Our Autoimmune Specialty Care Team
Aila Health's Expert Health Coach.
She is a Health Coach and an Autoimmune Warrior. She partners with individuals diagnosed with autoimmune conditions to become a champion for their life by building habits that help manage fatigue, flares, and pain so life can be enjoyed.
Mira Olson, MD
Aila Health's Gastroenterology Specialist
Dr. Mira Regina Olson, MD is a health care provider primarily located in Bangor, ME, with another office in Millinocket, ME. Her specialties include Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine with 18 years of experience.
Jenifer Tharani, MS, RD
Aila Health's Anti-Inflammatory Nutritionist
Jenifer focuses on helping patients adopt a non-restrictive, gut healing anti-inflammatory eating pattern to help with weight loss, PCOS, prevent and manage chronic illnesses. Jenifer provides individualized and personalized nutrition plans for members of the Aila Health community.
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Track your Symptoms with the Aila Health App
Some symptoms aren't easy to diagnose when they overlap with many other conditions or aren't easily visible to healthcare providers.
Use the Aila Health app to start tracking your symptoms daily to show your doctors how your symptoms change over time to get a better idea of what could be triggering them and how to manage them.