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The Effects of Osteopathic Treatment on the Symptoms of Individuals Suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome-Constipation Predominant (IBS-C)


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#1 Jeffrey Roberts

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 11:32 AM

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The Effects of Osteopathic Treatment on the Symptoms of Individuals Suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome-Constipation Predominant (IBS-C)Details: The study is a randomized placebo controlled experiment located in Montreal, Quebec.Participation requires1. Filling out a medical questionnaire and pre and post-study Rome III questionnaire.2. Completion of one (1 hour) osteopathic evaluation and 3 treatment sessions (1 hour each) 2 weeks apart for experimental and control groups.Eligibility:IBS-C diagnosissymptoms onset of more than 6 monthshaving abdominal discomfort or pain frequency of at least 2 days a weekExclusions:medical exclusions (cardiac pathology, uncontrolled high blood pressure,stroke, anemia/ blood pathology, respiratory pathology, epilepsy/convulsions, diabetes, cancer/tumour, digestive pathology)recent cranial trauma (last 2 months)individuals participating in new treatments by the physician or in alternative medicine (last 2 months)pregnancyAges Eligible for Study: 18-65Genders Eligible for Study: Females and MalesContact Information: Olga Dmytryeva-Roitenberg, B.Sc., CAT©, at 514 320-6210 or olga@sportmedosteorapid.comhttp://www.sportmedosteorapid.com


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