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Functional GI Disorders Including IBS

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Patient education and engagement in the treatment plan is a foundational step in our clinical care. With a more clear understanding of their disorder and its underpinnings, patients can best decide which therapeutic strategy they prefer, with both traditional pharmacological, nutritional, and a variety of mind-body treatments being discussed. Learn more about us »

Our research has charted a course as a leader in approaching functional GI disorders through a paradigm in which the brain-gut axis is central to diagnosis and treatment. Learn more »

 

Role of Nutrition Emphasized in Treatment

A growing body of evidence is now available on how food can affect bowel sensitivity and symptoms in chronic digestive disorders. Learn more about our GI nutrition program »

   
 

Diseases We Treat

Functional GI disorders affect from 10 to 20 percent of Americans, and are the most commonly diagnosed GI conditions. See what diseases we treat »

 

 

Lin Chang, MD
Co-Director, G. Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress and Resilience
Director, Digestive Health and Nutrition Clinic
Director, GI Fellowship Program

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