Michigan Medicine’s Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program takes a family-based (Maudsley) approach to treatment, in which parents play an integral role in helping their child recover. Our team has designed a comprehensive evaluation process in order to determine the most effective, individualized treatment for our patients.
Bulimia is characterized by repeated episodes of binge eating, followed by compensatory behavior in an effort to avoid weight gain. These behaviors occur several times a week on average. Compensatory behaviors can take the form of self-induced vomiting, using laxatives, or compulsive exercise. Patients with bulimia often feel unable to control their eating.
The Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Eating Disorders program offers multiple levels of treatment to best meet the needs of each individual patient.
The Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program provides individualized, compassionate, evidence-based care for patients age 8-24 with eating disorders.
Accurate prenatal diagnosis of birth defects using the latest technological advances is offered at the U-M Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Center. Each patient benefits from coordinated collaboration with specialists from multiple disciplines to provide an individualized treatment plan that includes high-risk pregnancy management, fetal treatment when indicated, delivery planning and postnatal treatment for your child.
At the Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program, we provide nationally recognized, evidence-based treatment of eating disorders. Our treatment services are offered by highly skilled professionals who have more than 150 years of combined experience in the treatment of these challenging conditions.