Have you been trying to find a gastroenterologist not just to diagnose and treat but to understand what you experience with your GI symptoms and help you to regain control of your health? A visit to Drossman Gastroenterology may be the way to go.
Douglas A. Drossman MD is a highly recognized scholar in the area of the disorders of gut-brain interaction (formerly called functional GI disorders) including IBS, functional dyspepsia, chronic constipation and diarrhea, nausea and vomiting disorders and many more. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina and was founder of the UNC Center for Functional GI and Motility Disorders.
Dr. Drossman began the research on gut-brain interactions decades before the field was established and his NIH funded treatment studies have led to innovative ways to help patients that go beyond traditional gut-directed treatments. Most importantly, Dr. Drossman and his nurse practitioner Jessica DeMotts provide patient-centered care where patients participate in the treatment decisions. For further information contact Gabrielle Gallian: firstname.lastname@example.org