IBS and the subtypes of IBS-C and IBS-D and what you need to know about this very common condition.
Our board member and Director of the Rome Foundation Research Institute, Dr. Magnus Simren, discusses the role of the gut-microbiome in digestive health.
What is post infection IBS and how is it treated? Dr. Drossman answers all your questions.
Centrally Mediated Disorders
Functional Abdominal Pain or Centrally Mediated Abdominal Pain? What is it and how do you treat it?
Dr. Drossman and Johannah Ruddy discuss how IBS can transform into other pain syndromes through the Gut-Brain Interaction.
What are the benefits of using central neuromodulators (anti-depressant, anti-anxiety, anti-psychotic agents) to treat GI disorders.
Why has the terminology changed from FGID (Functional GI Diosorder) to DGBI (Disorders of the Gut-Brain Interaction)?
Communication Skills and Patient Provider Relationship
10 tips for effective patient and provider communication and the benefits of good communication for both parties.
Two sets of videos showcasing how effective communication practices can lead to a better patient-provider relationship and treatment outcomes.
The importance of showing empathy when working with patients and a demonstration of what patients should expect when visiting their doctors.
Patients suffering with DGBI are often stigmatized by friends, family and the medical community. What can we do to reduce this and “legitimize” DGBI?
Nonverbal communication can affect the message you are trying to convey for better or for worse!
Treatment Information and Options
Upper GI Symptoms and Disorders
Information on Billiary Pain, Gallstones and Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction.
Pelvic and Anorectal Disorders
Pelvic Floor Disorders can be life altering for many people. Learn what they are and how they are diagnosed and treated.