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Caring for children with autonomic disorders
Learn how our Gastroenterology, Liver and Nutrition Program cares for children with autonomic disorders.
Related tests and treatments:
- Autonomic testing
- Cognitive behavior therapy
- Upper endoscopy (also called EGD)
- Auricular neurostimulation
Our approach to autonomic disordersThe Pediatric Neurogastroenterology, Motility and Autonomic Disorders Program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the few pediatric programs in the nation that specializes in autonomic disorders that have a gastrointestinal component. We offer a truly interdisciplinary approach that combines the expertise of an autonomic neurologist with GI specialists who are certified in autonomic dysfunction, a rare distinction. That approach, along with our team’s vast research on autonomic disorders, makes Children’s Hospital a national destination.
Autonomic disorders services we offerChildren’s Hospital has one the few state-of-the-art pediatric autonomic laboratories in the country equipped to help diagnose children with autonomic disorders. Our team of experts includes an autonomic neurologist, physical therapist, sleep specialist, gastroenterologists, cardiologists and pain management specialists.
Diagnosing and treating autonomic disorders
Diagnostic tests could include:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Gastric pacing
- Physical activity and conditioning
- Changes in eating and sleeping habits Lifestyle changes to reduce stress
- Consultations with our team of specialists
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