Addiction Professional, a leading clinical magazine for people with addictive disorders recently interviewed Rogers Tracey Cornella-Carlson, MD, CEDS, medical director of the child and adolescent eating disorder programs. The article focused on early identification of eating disorders in order to avoid the medical complications that can occur when the disease lingers year after year.
The article continues on to discuss the way eating disorders are presented, treatment approaches and the potential financial challenges with long-term treatment. “Treatment has to be aggressive and effective,” Cornella-Carlson says, “We like to catch it early.”
Read the full article at Addiction Professional.