Psychological Benefits in Gastroenterological Treatments

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Patients with gastrointestinal conditions can benefit from psychological counseling as well. The question is how much it can help and what it will do to help them with their symptoms.

Patients with gastrointestinal conditions can benefit from psychological counseling as well. The question is how much it can help and what it will do to help them with their symptoms.

William Chey, MD, discusses some of the best practices for the addition of this treatment as part of overall patient care during the American Gastroenterological Association's clinical congress in Miami.

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