Bowel Management Treatment Program Supports Kids Experiencing Incontinence
May 1, 2019
Seattle Children’s encourages area providers with patients who are unable to control their bowels after standard interventions to consider the Bowel Management Treatment Program. Space is available for this one-week intensive program that is held several times a year at Seattle Children’s main campus. Providers can refer patients or request a provider-to-provider consult by calling 206-987-1240 (option 4). Families can also self-refer.
We also invite area healthcare providers to recommend the same patients to check out the national Youth Rally Camp being held in Seattle this year from July 8 to July 13.
Seattle Children’s Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine (RPM) Program, a national leader in caring for children with a range of colorectal and other problems of the pelvic area, was recently recognized in a Pediatrics Nationwide article for being one of the few programs in the United States to offer the type of comprehensive and integrated program that best serves patients. Dr. Caitlin Smith and Dr. Paul Merguerian are co-directors of the program.