Bowel Sounds: Miranda van Tilburg, MD – Behavioral Treatment of Functional Abdominal Pain *CME AVAILABLE*
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Bowel Sounds: Miranda van Tilburg, MD – Behavioral Treatment of Functional Abdominal Pain
In this episode, Drs. Temara Hajjat and Jason Silverman talk to Dr. Miranda van Tilburg about the behavioral treatment of functional abdominal pain. We discuss issues of pain perception, pain coping and maladaptive responses to pain. We also discuss some research-informed behavioral interventions to help treat children with FAP.
Dr. van Tilburg needs is a psychologist and researcher who has worked extensively on the behavioural explanations for and treatment of functional GI disorders, including work supported by the NIH and the Rome Foundation. She is currently a Professor in the Department of Medicine at Marshall Health in Huntington, WV and was recently named Chair of the Ethics Committee at NASPGHAN.
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