What is the Psychosocial Approach to IBS Treatment? with Johannah Ruddy, MEd
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IBS, a functional gastrointestinal disorder, is not well understood by the medical community. Encouraging patient centered care while taking a psychosocial approach to treatment can be immensely beneficial for the outcome. The psychosocial approach to patient care, which looks at both the psychological and social aspects of a patient’s life, impacts a patient’s symptoms and overall quality of life.
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