Introduced at the 2020 iaedpa?? Symposium: Mind, Brain, Body Medicine in Eating Disorders: How One Thing Effects the Next

PEKIN, Ill., Feb. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Mind, Brain, Body Medicine in Eating Disorders: How One Thing Effects the Next," an examination of the complex interplay between the brain, central nervous system and the body in individuals with eating disorders, will be presented for the first time at the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedpa??) 2020 Symposium in Orlando, March 26-29 at the Omni at ChampionsGate.Whether a physician, therapist, nutritionist or other clinician involved in the treatment of patients with eating disorders, it is imperative to synthesize and incorporate the multi-faceted approach of the whole person: mind, brain and body. According to presenter, Joel Jahraus MD, FAED, CEDS, what has been lacking with this approach is a better understanding of how one area is effected by and impacts the others with eating disorder conditions. Regions of the brain and central nervous system (CNS) that are commonly impaired with an eating disorder not only effect cognitive processing and therapeutic interventions, but can, through the CNS, contribute to a multitude of medical conditions effecting the heart, the gastrointestinal tract, the musculoskeletal system, the reproductive and other bodily systems. In turn, medical decompensation can lead to further feedback impairments with the brain and CNS. This presentation, delivered by Dr. Jahraus and Jeffrey DeSarbo, DO, focuses on the understanding the interplay between the brain/CNS and the interdependent relationships of the body's organ systems with an understanding that successful treatment and recovery is based on establishing an equilibrium in the physiological function of the brain and body in order for the mind to also fully restore itself.
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