An anorectal manometry study is usually done when there is difficulty in bowel movements or soiling. Learn more about this procedure.
Antroduodenal manometry is a test to assess the function of the stomach and proximal intestine by directly recording the pressure waves called peristalsis.
To assess the function of the large intestine (or �colon�), a colonic manometry test can directly record the pressure waves.
Comprehensive Motility Program
The Motility Program works to help treat a number of motility issues impacting your child's digestive tract, including abdominal pain, aspirating, constipation and incontinence. Learn more about our Comprehensive Motility Program.
Esophageal manometry is a diagnostic test of the nerves and muscles in the esophagus (feeding pipe).
In addition to any resources your provider may give you, these helpful organizations can also support your ongoing treatment journey.
IBStim is a percutaneous electrical nerve field stimulator system intended to be used in patients 11-18 years of age with functional abdominal pain associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Learn more about this treatment.
pH Impedance Study
Measuring the pH and impedance in the esophagus helps determine if acid or stomach contents are coming back up the esophagus.
SmartPill™ Motility Capsule
SmartPill� is a disposable, ingestible motility capsule that measures pressure, pH, transit time and temperature as it passes through the GI tract.